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Parents and school personnel work to protect children while at school, yet the effectiveness of this billion-dollar safety industry is coming into question.
The University of Pennsylvania, a 2018 Teddy Award winner, turned the University’s workers’ comp program around, giving it a unified identity and the structure it needed to succeed.
Because gun violence is unpredictable, risk managers need to keep on top of any exclusions their active shooter insurance might hold.
An educator of the next generation of risk managers, Jack Hampton, a 2018 Risk All Star winner, joined a declining risk management program. Then he made it thrive.
Creativity helped 2018 Risk All Star Dianne Howard find effective and affordable ways to protect her district, and the thousands of schoolchildren it serves.
How will college graduates be able to sell their skills? Maybe SNL’s Father Guido Sarducci had the answers all along.
This university risk director says the profession has come a long way, but risk managers can increase their value by getting more involved in business strategy and driving true ERM.
University risk managers need to move forward and champion changes in the academic model.
Financial pressures and societal changes are challenging university risk managers like never before.
Mount Ida College in Massachusetts just declared bankruptcy. Who’s next?
As a professor of business, Jack Hampton knows firsthand the positive impact education has on risk managers as they tackle growing risks.
A lack of clarity on the role of professors in higher education poses serious risks for students, professors and the institutions they populate.
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.