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October 26 2021

Cybersecurity Guidance & Tips to Boost Your Digital Defenses…

Digital business operations are increasing, and with them the risk (and severity) of cybersecurity breaches. Sometimes these attacks are obvious (typo-riddled emails asking for bank information), while others are more covert (seemingly-legitimate text messages with dangerous hyperlinks). Protecting yourself –…

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October 20 2021

What Does Bullying Have to Do with DE&I?

Blog contributed by Olivia McGill. Bullying Prevention Month It’s Bullying Prevention Month, meaning educators, administrators, and students across the country are raising awareness of bullying prevention. In this post, we’ll take a look at what bullying has to do with…

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October 20 2021

Business Trips are Back – Let’s Review Travel Risk…

Business travel, regardless of destination or means of transportation, is an inherently risky undertaking. From the moment an employee leaves their office or home to embark upon a business trip, organizations must consider, weigh, and plan for potential risks based…

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October 14 2021

New Clemson Study: School Shooters and History of Social…

A Clemson University study recently published in the Journal of Social Psychology compared the attributes of 57 K-12 campus shootings, 24 college shootings, and 77 mass shootings that have happened since 2001. The goal was to determine if there was…

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October 13 2021

How Institutions Can Support Domestic Violence Awareness Month

In October, we observe Domestic Violence Awareness Month. According to the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence, Domestic Violence Awareness Month (DVAM) was launched nationwide in October 1987 as a way to connect and unite individuals and organizations working on domestic…

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October 11 2021

National Bullying Prevention Month 2021

The past year was anything but ordinary, and school looked very different for most kids. And unfortunately, thousands of students across the country were still affected by bullying every day. Even through remote learning at the height of the pandemic,…

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October 6 2021

World Mental Health Day Suggestions for Your Campus

World Mental Health Day Is October 10th College students are bringing a new generation of thoughtfulness to campuses with each returning year. Their empathy levels are higher than previous generations, feeling more responsibility to help those who are struggling.  They…

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October 5 2021

Why You Should Be Training Your Club Sports Athletes…

The mandated annual training requirement included in NCAA’s sexual assault policy means that nearly every college and university across the country has now instituted programs for their intercollegiate varsity athletes and athletic staff on sexual assault and hazing prevention.  But…

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September 29 2021

Alcohol Misuse Impacts Physical and Emotional Safety

For years, schools have been keenly aware of the impact that alcohol use has on personal safety. The research - particularly that used by insurance companies - has identified the connection between alcohol use and everything from minor injuries to…