Campus Compliance Blog

The Importance of a Robust HR Department on Campus

Posted by Josh Young on 1 August 2017 |

importance hr department campus Over the past decade, the role of human resources (HR) has shifted dramatically. While traditionally fixated on policies and paperwork, many of the more...

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The Case for Enhancing Cybersecurity Defenses

Posted by Josh Young on 26 July 2017 |

Cybersecurity budgets are not infinite, and most IT teams at institutes of higher learning must secure a rather porous, frequently-accessed network with very few resources. Sound strategy, in...

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Prescription Study Drugs: What Your Campus Needs to Know

Posted by Josh Young on 18 July 2017 |

"The immense pressure put on students by parents and educators has made taking speed a socially acceptable thing." prescription study drugs This statement was made by a...

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Why Staff Diversity Matters in Higher Education

Posted by Josh Young on 11 July 2017 |

staff diversity higher education For decades, institutes of higher learning have placed increased focus on promoting diversity on their campuses. And while there's still room to grow, tremendous...

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How is the Internet of Things IoT Affecting College Campuses?

Posted on 5 July 2017 |

iot Is your campus ready for the Internet of Things (IoT) -- the swarm of everyday devices (e.g., phones, watches, cars, buildings) that now interconnect with each...

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What Role Does Alcohol Play in Hazing Incidents?

Posted by Josh Young on 27 June 2017 |

hazing Last month, a grand jury filed criminal charges[http://www.cnn.com/2017/05/05/us/pennsylvania-frat-death-charges/] against 8 students relating to the death of a 19-year-old sophomore who died from injuries sustained during an alcohol-fueled hazing...

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The Difference Between Diversity and Inclusion

Posted by Josh Young on 13 June 2017 |

diversity inclusion difference ca A 2013 research initiative[https://www2.deloitte.com/content/dam/Deloitte/us/Documents/about-deloitte/us-inclusion-uncovering-talent-paper.pdf] undertaken by DeLoitte examined the tendency of workers to engage in "covering" behavior, meaning that these individuals would subvert their natural...

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How Can Your Faculty Better Fight Unconscious Biases?

Posted by Josh Young on 6 June 2017 |

how faculty fight biases

how faculty fight biases Unless you work in your school's psychology department, you may not be familiar with the "halo effect"[https://psychology.iresearchnet.com/social-psychology/social-cognition/halo-effect/] -- a term used to describe the tendency...

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How to Promote Positive Co-worker Communication

Posted by Josh Young on 31 May 2017 |

how to promote positive co worker communication

how to promote positive co worker communication This is a college blog right? So why are we talking about co-worker communication? It could be because according to the...

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6 Tips for Motivating Student Employees

Posted by Josh Young on 25 May 2017 |

motivating student employees

motivating student employees According to the most recent data made available by the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES)[https://nces.ed.gov/programs/coe/pdf/coe_ssa.pdf], 40 percent of full-time students and 76 percent of part-time students...

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