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In Wake of Hurricane Sandy, Free Webinar Explores Strategies for Unified Emergency Messaging

This free online seminar is sponsored by e2Campus, a provider of unified mass notification systems for sending time-sensitive information to large groups of people.

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Apogee Launches Apogee Voice™ – A Risk-Free Alternative to Expensive DAS

Apogee Voice™ Solves Cellular Reception Challenges, Deploys in Days

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LSU Athletic Director Apologizes For Airbrushed Crosses

The “Painted Posse” controversy has drawn an apology and a pledge from LSU.

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Little Lynn University Touted Civics Focus To Land Presidential Debate

Eager to raise its profile, tiny Lynn University touted its South Florida location and rounded up an impressive array of political heavyweights to help secure its long-shot bid to host Monday night's nationally televised presidential debate.

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North Lake College Rethinks Notifications After Failing To Warn Students About Drill

Gunshots rang out at North Lake College in Irving as part of a simulated school shooting Friday.

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Oklahoma State University Launches Web-Only Digital Network

OSU officially launched the site, called OState.TV, on Tuesday. The online network includes about 30 channels of content dealing with a range of areas of campus life, including arts and humanities, wellness and athletic events.

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Creating the Mobile Campus

A University Business virtual roundtable discussion, sponsored by Verizon

10 college and university CIOs from a diverse group of institutions around the country joined University Business on July 17 for an online roundtable discussion about bring-your-own-device (BYOD) environments, data security in the mobile age, the biggest challenges they face, and what it takes to create the mobile campus. 

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University Responses to Bomb Threats Undergo Scrutiny

Shortly after 2 a.m. on Sunday, John Cardoza, the chief of police on the University of Texas at Brownsville and Texas Southmost College, got word that someone called a national crisis hotline and declared his intention to bring a bomb onto the campus.

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Harvard Cheating Scandal: Communicating a Crisis

PR pro weighs in on university’s choice to release news of cheating investigation

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Harvard Cheating Scandal: Communicating a Crisis

PR pro weighs in on university’s choice to release news of cheating investigation

The recent buzz about cheating at Harvard—and the media storm that followed—may seem like bad PR, but it can actually serve as an example of just how to act when a crisis strikes.

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