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Using Social Media in Times of Crisis — Harmful or Helpful?

Ralph Metzner · August 11, 2014
Twitter and Facebook can provide immediate alerts and responses, but also yield misinformation and other potential concerns.
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CS Staff · August 19, 2014
The U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights is investigating the university for failing to comply with Title IX requirements when handling cases of sexual violence.

August 19, 2014
A mechanical key system serves as the foundation of a fully realized campus safety and security program, and therefore should not be overlooked when security upgrades are considered.

CS Staff · August 19, 2014
The Ohio State Board of Trustees will stick by the university’s decision to fire former marching band director Jonathan Waters, who was accused of failing to deal with a “sexualized” culture surrounding the band.

Dr. Nicholas Morell · August 18, 2014
Here’s how a rural-suburban high school was able to thwart an active shooter and active bomber attack.

CS Staff · August 15, 2014
Thomas Rambo will join the college’s campus safety team.

Samuel Shanes · August 14, 2014
Hospitals and universities can expand the use of their emergency alert technologies so they increase operational efficiencies.

CS Staff · August 14, 2014
The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Police Department officers believe adding more cameras to areas where students often hangout will help solve more crimes.

CS Staff · August 14, 2014
Albertsons Stadium officials will deploy walk-through metal detection; encourage use of see-through bags.

CS Staff · August 12, 2014
A former University of Massachusetts Amherst student is suing the school, claiming he wasn’t treated fairly when he was accused of sexual assault.

Robin Hattersley Gray · August 12, 2014
A University of Illinois College of Medicine security officer gave a man claiming to be a housekeeper unfettered access to campus on Sunday.