Risk Management

U of Texas Regents To Review Policies On Inappropriate Relationships

The University of Texas System will review policies regarding inappropriate relationships between employees and students at all 15 campuses in the system, officials said Sunday.

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Rutgers-Newark, NJIT Move Classes And Close Buildings As Power Outage Widens

Rutgers-Newark and the New Jersey Institute of Technology are moving classes and evacuating buildings due to a widening power outage that is expected to last most of the day, campus officials said.

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UNC-CH Officials Deny Underreporting Sex Assaults

Officials at North Carolina's flagship public university Thursday disputed claims the school underreported sexual assaults in 2010 to keep from looking bad.

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U Of Alabama In Huntsville Not Cooperating In Amy Bishop Civil Lawsuit, Say Victims' Families

Attorneys for the University of Alabama in Huntsville argued today that estimates for millions of dollars in fees to retrieve records are reasonable in a lawsuit brought by the families of two UAH shooting victims.

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GRCC turns to public safety contractor to help improve emergency preparedness

Grand Rapids Community College is working with a public safety contractor to strengthen its emergency response plan, a process that’s been ongoing for months but has taken on a special significance in the wake of a mass school shooting in Connecticut.

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College: Help Needed To Defend Against Activists

Officials with the Vermont college that was targeted by animal rights activists over its decision to slaughter two oxen told a legislative committee that resources are needed for farms and other businesses to deal with potential online threats from activists.

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Ala. College Asks Court To Toss Suit Over Shooting

The University of South Alabama and its police chief want a judge to dismiss a lawsuit filed by the parents of a nude student who was shot to death by a campus police officer.

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