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by Jack Quinn, Suzanne Folsom and Rob Garretson viaUniversity Business

For the thousands of colleges and universities that were not ensnared by the Justice Department’s “Operation Varsity Blues” investigation, their collective sigh of relief could be premature. Read more>>

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By Xochitl Cervantes via University Business

A group of students from Notre Dame de Namur University in California went to the South Texas Family Residential Center in Dilley, Texas, to interpret for Spanish-speaking women and children who had crossed the border from Mexico, and were seeking asylum. Read more>>

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Claims management errors turn serious losses into catastrophic events. Our panel of risk managers from institutions across the country shared insights, lessons learned and best practices adopted after working through real claims to provide valuable insights to help others minimize risks involved in a complex claim. Read more>>

By David H. Harper and Nicole Somerville via University Business

With ongoing criminal investigations, potential litigation and more oversight from the government and other monitoring organizations, it’s a good time for all schools to pressure test various admissions-related areas, say guest columnists David H. Harper and Nicole Somerville. Read more>>

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Technology is vital to providing student-centered education. It goes beyond simplifying bureaucratic processes. The digitalization of education has had an enormous influence on student experiences and outcomes. So how can institutions effectively leverage technology to retain students? Read more>>

By Ajay Nair, president of Arcadia University via Philadelphia Inquirer

To be among the first Indian American university presidents is both a blessing and a disappointment. When I was named the 22nd president of Arcadia University, I and many of the communities to which I belong, felt great pride. However, in 2019, university leadership across this nation is still overwhelmingly white and male. Read more>>

Ned Ladd via University Business

By not letting our students wander through the academic disciplines, we may be doing them a disservice. We may be depriving them of opportunities to see the world in multiple ways and to value the perspectives of other disciplines and cultures, says guest columnist Ned Ladd, a professor of physics and astronomy at Bucknell University in Lewisburg, Pennsylvania. Read more>>

By Matthew Poslusny and Kristi Eaves-McLennan via University Business

Severe weather events can threaten any campus anytime. Does your campus have plans for shelter, messaging, operations and continued education? Read more>>

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East Carolina University on administrative leave…Dickinson State University president resigns to take the same post at Kentucky Wesleyan College. …New leaders for University of Saint Francis, Claremont Lincoln University and Purchase College Read more>>

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