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6 Violent Crimes At U of Dayton 'Concern' Police

Dayton police are working with the University of Dayton officers to expand patrols on or near the university campus after six incidents of violent crimes against UD students in September.

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Report: Serious Crime Down, Arrests Up At U of South Alabama

The number of people arrested at the University of South Alabama rose in 2011, mostly because of increased enforcement of liquor and drug laws, according to statistics released by USA yesterday.

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Report Details Crime At UC Davis In 2011

The University of California, Davis, had its share of crime in 2011, according to the latest statistical report to the U.S. Department of Education.

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SMU President, Dallas County District Attorney Meet On University’s Handling Of Rape Cases

Southern Methodist University President R. Gerald Turner and Dallas County District Attorney Craig Watkins met Monday to discuss the university’s handling of sexual assault reports on campus — a process that some say is flawed.

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NOTIFIER Adds Advanced Detection Capabilities Via Very Early Warning Smoke Detection Gateway

New Networking Capabilities between NOTIFIER fire alarm and Smoke Aspiration Systems Unlock Vital Sensing Data to Speed Better Response

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Texas Southern University Suspends Famed Band After Report Of Hazing

Texas Southern University has suspended its famous marching band after university officials received a report of hazing among its members.

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SMU President Creates Sex Crimes Task Force To Review School’s Student Conduct System

Facing heightened scrutiny from concerned alumni and the Dallas County district attorney, Southern Methodist University announced that it will form a task force to evaluate how it handles sexual assault reports.

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Student Accused of Invasion of Privacy at Princeton

A Princeton University student has been charged with invasion of privacy after a fellow student accused him of taking sexually explicit photographs of him while he slept.

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A New Era in Lab Safety

Managing risk, creating a culture of safety, and reducing energy costs and climate impact

Over the last few years, high-profile laboratory incidents at major institutions have made front-page headlines. The latest resulting in the death of a graduate student at UCLA, and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and Department of Justice’s (DOJ’s) decision to pursue criminal charges against both UCLA and the individual principal investigator (PI) in charge of the lab. The UCLA tragedy and another high profile accident at Texas Tech University (which also resulted in casualties) have altered the way OSHA is approaching enforcement in research lab settings.

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