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  • Security and Crisis Management

    October 18, 2012

    WEBINAR: The General Counsel’s Role in Dealing With High-Profile Campus Incidents

    The general counsel’s office plays a central role in managing high-profile incidents on campus, both in ensuring institutional preparedness and guiding institutional response.

  • Security and Crisis Management

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    Communicating in Times of Crisis

    Navigating scandal or tragedy requires a lot of moving parts. Don't create your blueprint without scrolling through this checklist.

  • Security and Crisis Management

    From Our President: Thinking About Crises Before They Happen

    ACE President Molly Corbett Broad discusses the demands of leading a college or university and the need to prepare for crises.

  • Security and Crisis Management

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    Handling Hazing

    It's a problem nearly as old as higher education itself. A national expert weighs in on how to manage a hazing incident or, better yet, stop one before it starts.

  • Law and the Courts

    Legal Watch: Crisis on Campus: What You Need to Know for Compliance

    What does the law tell university leaders about how to handle a crisis?

  • Global Higher Education

    Legal Watch: Opening Doors to Haitian Students

    The recent earthquake disaster in Haiti provides an opportunity to rebuild the nation's higher education system by bringing qualified Haitian students to the United States.

  • Security and Crisis Management

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    Lessons from Crises

    Some crises can catch even insurance firms by surprise. These quick tips from the front lines of risk management can help you see around the corner.

  • Security and Crisis Management

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    Moving Forward Without Moving On: Crisis Recovery After Mass Tragedy

    Five years after its mass shooting, Virginia Tech is still healing. Campus leaders reveal how the university emerged stronger—and smarter—than ever.

  • Security and Crisis Management

    Myth: College Campuses Are Unsafe

    Tragedies on college and university campuses create headlines questioning the security of these institutions. However, many data contradict the perceptions these splashy sound bites engender.

  • Up Front: Spring 2010

    ACE and the College Board Collaborate on Access and Diversity; Faculty-Board Engagement Proves Effective; Behind the Scenes of Gender Equity: 2010; New Threat Assessment Guide for Campuses; Patching America’s Leaky Pipeline: Women in Sciences;...