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Joseph J. Mazza has cut repetitive motion workers’ comp claims in half by training in ergonomics.
Butler University’s Zach Finn is tackling the risk management talent shortage head-on.
Universities that want to stay eligible for federal grants better get their cyber-risk house in order.
Higher education needs to stop lying to itself.
A university risk management program establishes a student-run captive; and in the process succeeds in impressing incumbent risk management professionals.
The stubborn embrace of alcohol by fraternities remains a prime source of expensive and potentially avoidable higher education claims.
Necessary disruption in higher education has been obscured but may be imminent.
What a shame if a New Jersey high school student with her pick of Ivy League schools is punished in the Internet stockade.
Risk leaders should address big change head-on. Only then can ERM drive good institutional decisions.
The court considers whether an off-premises injury occurred within the course of employment.
Physical contact between students and teachers in one Minnesota school district tripled over the past five years.
2013 Teddy Award winner Miami-Dade County Public Schools is managing comorbid risk factors by getting employees excited about healthy living.
When FEMA reduced assistance, Scott Clark put together a new storm policy that protected his school district and saved money as well.
James Colorado Robertson used innovation, persistence and love of his alma mater to help create Louisiana State University’s risk management program.
Chauncey Fagler’s risk management successes stem from his conviction to create “the best consortium” for Florida colleges.
A teacher is injured when she slips and falls on ice on her way into work. Was it in the course and scope of employment?
In creating risk registers, risk managers should strive to keep their lists short and dynamic.
Using live animals as sports mascots requires a focus on risk mitigation.
The risk management burden is endless and ever-varying.