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Amy Rock, Executive Editor

Amy is Campus Safety’s Executive Editor. Prior to joining the editorial team in 2017, she worked in both events and digital marketing. Amy has many close relatives and friends who are teachers, motivating her to learn and share as much as she can about campus security. She has a minor in education and has worked with children in several capacities, further deepening her passion for keeping students safe.

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Read: Augusta University Nursing Student Killed at University of Georgia

Augusta University Nursing Student Killed at University of Georgia

Police say 22-year-old Laken Riley was killed Thursday while out for a run on the University of Georgia campus. A suspect is in custody.

Read: Ex-Plattsburgh Hospital Employee Who Made Threats Arrested with Loaded Gun

Ex-Plattsburgh Hospital Employee Who Made Threats Arrested with Loaded Gun

The suspect’s brother told police he had recently been fired from his job at Champlain Valley Physicians Hospital and made threats to kill former co-workers.

Read: Mesquite, Texas: Armed Student Shot by Police at Charter School

Mesquite, Texas: Armed Student Shot by Police at Charter School

Three police officers fired at the 16-year-old Pioneer Technology and Arts Academy student after he refused to put down his weapon.

Read: Boston: MIT Suspends Pro-Palestinian Student Group Over Protest

Boston: MIT Suspends Pro-Palestinian Student Group Over Protest

MIT President Sally Kornbluth said the pro-Palestinian student group was suspended for violating campus protest rules.

Read: Teacher Shortages by State and How Schools Are Trying to Fix the Problem

Teacher Shortages by State and How Schools Are Trying to Fix the Problem

Florida has the highest number of teacher vacancies while Utah has the lowest. Learn where your state falls and how officials are working to combat the teacher shortage.

Read: College Faculty Burnout: The Statistics and Solutions

College Faculty Burnout: The Statistics and Solutions

More than 50% of college faculty and staff have considered quitting due to burnout, increased workload, and stress.

Read: Atlanta: 4 Students Shot Outside Benjamin E. Mays High School

Atlanta: 4 Students Shot Outside Benjamin E. Mays High School

The shooting happened in the school’s lower parking lot shortly after dismissal Wednesday.

Read: A Gunshot Detection System Designed with School Safety in Mind

A Gunshot Detection System Designed with School Safety in Mind

Hear what sets apart Bosch’s gunshot detection system from others on the market and see a demo of how the technology works.

Read: Austin, Texas: 1 Killed, 5 Hurt When Car Crashes Into St. David’s ER

Austin, Texas: 1 Killed, 5 Hurt When Car Crashes Into St. David’s ER

Cell phone video from the scene shows people scrambling as the vehicle’s tires continue to spin, filling the room with smoke.

Read: 6 Years Later: The Heroes and Victims of the Parkland School Shooting

6 Years Later: The Heroes and Victims of the Parkland School Shooting

Feb. 14 marked six years since 17 people were killed at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. Here’s a reminder of acts of heroism seen that day.

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