Risk Management

Insurance Coverage for Colleges and Universities

The Rutgers (N.J.) spying case and the Penn State abuse scandal, among others, highlight the liability risks of all types facing colleges and universities.

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Police Practice For Nightmare: Shooter On Cal State-Northridge Campus

It was coincidence that the "active shooter" drill at CSUN came just six days after 26 people, including 20 children, were shot dead at a Connecticut elementary school.

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Tuberculosis Case At UMBC

Officials at the University of Maryland Baltimore County have a sent a letter to students and faculty confirming that someone on campus has been diagnosed with tuberculosis.

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Legal Group's Director Questions Oklahoma State University's Handling Of Alleged Sexual Assaults

Oklahoma State University officials' claim that federal student privacy laws prevented them from notifying police about a series of possible sexual assaults is unfounded, the director of a nonprofit legal assistance group said.

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OSU President Calls For Investigation Into How Sex Assault Complaints Were Handled

Oklahoma State University President Burns Hargis is calling for an investigation into how sex assault complaints were handled after a 22-year-old student was charged with sexual battery.

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Wyo. Community Colleges Generally Safe, Stats Show

Major violent crimes, such as the killing last week of a Casper College instructor in his classroom, are a rare occurrence on the campuses of Wyoming's seven community colleges, according to crime statistics.

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Parents Sue UT Arlington Over Student's Death After Treatment At Campus Clinic

Two Tarrant County residents have filed a wrongful-death suit against the University of Texas at Arlington after their son died a week after he was treated at the school’s clinic.

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