New Online Program to address Career Sabotaging in the Workplace

Workplace bullying is abusive conduct that is sabotaging and interferes with an employee’s work or prevents the employee from getting his or her work done. [&hellip

How should campus leaders address a sexual assault issue with the media?

At the 2015 American Council on Education’s 97th Annual Meeting, a panel of leaders discussed the issue of sexual assault on college campuses. The panelists [&hellip

Has the “Greek Life” experience gone wild?

Many prominent educators, politicians and business executives have matriculated at colleges and universities and been a part of the campus “Greek Life” experience. In fact, [&hellip

How can parents gain training on anti-hazing preventions?

Hazing continues to be an issue on school and college campuses. If it is to be eradicated, all constituents need to be involved and understand [&hellip

What can educational institutions do during National Hazing Prevention Week?

Hazing is an epidemic in our American culture. It crosses racial, ethnic, gender and class boundaries and occurs in every institution including schools, colleges, military, [&hellip

How should general counsel be used at colleges and universities?

At our colleges and universities, there is always the potential for legal issues regarding stakeholders on policies, programs, activities, etc. As we know there are [&hellip