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5 answers administrators need about how geographic information systems and indoor positioning systems can help keep campuses safe
Making decisions about whether everyone should know about geographic information systems and indoor positioning systems being used by safety officers
Do you know what to do if your university lands in the spotlight amid #MeToo allegations? What do you need to know now to effectively handle problems in the future?
Recent decisions by the highest courts of two states, California and Massachusetts, offer important guidance as to when a college or university can be held liable for money damages when […]
As a digest of Antioch College’s Sexual Offense Prevention Policy, “Consent 101” underscores the necessity of asking and giving assent to all levels of sexual behavior. Agreement cannot be conveyed through silence or body language, and that consent is neither negotiable nor optional.
College and university leaders report what they're doing and challenges in keeping campuses appearing fresh, and safe, in a survey on 2019 trends.
For higher ed, 2018 proved to be a good primer for flexibility and keeping postsecondary missions in focus. More changes to come in 2019.
Colleges shift sexual harassment training for students and staff, from mandatory task to community-building tool.
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