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Read: Campus Safety Announces the 2020 Director of the Year Award Recipients

Campus Safety Announces the 2020 Director of the Year Award Recipients

The Directors of the Year were announced at the Campus Safety Online Summit.

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Read: Tell Us How COVID-19 Is Affecting Your Access Control and Lockdown Systems

Tell Us How COVID-19 Is Affecting Your Access Control and Lockdown Systems

Take Campus Safety’s 2020 Access Control and Lockdown Survey! Topics include new technology being adopted to stem the spread of COVID-19, how policies and procedures have been affected and more.

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Read: Exclusive Research: Emergency Notification Special Report

Exclusive Research: Emergency Notification Special Report

Get your copy of the 2020 Emergency Notification Special Report today and get the latest statistics on the industry trends.

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Read: Sonoma State to Stop Providing Hospital Beds for Coronavirus Patients

Sonoma State to Stop Providing Hospital Beds for Coronavirus Patients

Around 580 hospital beds were set up on the campus — an 84% increase over the county’s existing 707 beds in its six hospitals.

Read: College Students Throw ‘Corona Parties’ to Intentionally Spread Virus

College Students Throw ‘Corona Parties’ to Intentionally Spread Virus

The University of Washington also reported an uptick in cases among students living in frats, raising more concerns about reopening campuses in the fall.

Read: 10 Title IX Final Rule Changes That Affect K-12 Schools

10 Title IX Final Rule Changes That Affect K-12 Schools

With a required implementation date of Aug. 14, 2020, K-12 schools must quickly make changes to sexual harassment policies and procedures.

Read: University of Utah Restructures Public Safety Department

University of Utah Restructures Public Safety Department

In an effort to improve accountability, the University of Utah’s first-ever chief safety officer has reorganized its public safety infrastructure.

Read: Notre Dame Turns to Schneider Electric to Increase Energy Efficiency

Notre Dame Turns to Schneider Electric to Increase Energy Efficiency

A decade ago, the University of Notre Dame set a goal to cut its carbon footprint in half by 2030, something Schneider has helped them achieve.

Read: Top 10 Stories from June: Defund Police Debate Dominates

Top 10 Stories from June: Defund Police Debate Dominates

As campuses prepare for reopening in the fall, they must also consider the future of campus policing — a subject our readers showed the most interest in last month.

Read: Sneak Peek: See What Campus Safety Online Summit Sponsors Have to Offer

Sneak Peek: See What Campus Safety Online Summit Sponsors Have to Offer

Our sponsors’ personalized pages include useful downloads, educational videos, product demonstrations and a spot to enter for a chance to win raffle prizes!

Read: U.S. Colleges Asking Federal, State Governments to Block COVID-19 Lawsuits

U.S. Colleges Asking Federal, State Governments to Block COVID-19 Lawsuits

Because the liability exposures to college campuses are so significant, institutions are asking both the federal and state governments to pass legislation that would shield them from legal claims related to COVID-19.

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