Listen to United Educators (UE) risk management consultants discuss risks to watch in 2024 and how they project today's conditions into future risks.
In this episode, United Educators' (UE's) Melanie Bennett interviews Amy Piccola, a Partner at Saul Ewing, about the impact of ongoing athletics benefits changes.
United Educators' (UE's) Senior Risk Management Counsel Hillary Pettegrew discusses lessons learned from higher ed claims involving alleged sexual misconduct by employees against students.
This podcast episode addresses how all educational institutions can comply with federal and
state equal pay laws.
In this episode, United Educators' (UE's) Justin Kollinger and Catalyst Agency's Michelle Guobadia discuss hazing prevention in culturally-based fraternities, sororities, and other student organizations.
In this episode, UE's Melanie Bennett interviews Jamie Forbes about how Learning
Courage is helping schools prevent sexual abuse.
United Educators (UE) colleagues from the risk management department discuss lessons learned from slip and fall claims.
In this episode, United Educators' (UE's) Melanie Bennett interviews Louisiana State University’s Ashley McGowan about McGowan’s experience updating a contract review process.
In this episode, UE's Melanie Bennett interviews Marcy Huey and Rebecca Whitman about their experiences conducting youth protection program assessments.
This episode discusses new federal requirements imposed on empolyers by (1) the Pregnant Workers Fairness Act and (2) the PUMP Act.
Attorneys from United Educators' (UE's) Resolutions department discuss documentation practices and the role it can play in risk mitigation efforts.
In this podcast, Eric Hartman, University of Denver, and Liza Kabanova, United Educators (UE) Risk Management Consultant, discuss the value of securing doors campus-wide.
In this podcast, UE's Melanie Bennett interviews Amy Piccola, a Partner at Saul Ewing, about the impact of ongoing athletics benefits changes.
United Educators' (UE's) Justin Kollinger interviews Gian Franco Borio, a European attorney who specializes in study away and is a member of the Florence Bar. They discuss considerations for educational institutions that send students to Europe for study away programs.
UE's Hillary Pettegrew interviews Clare Sisisky, Executive Director of the Global Education Benchmark Group (GEBG), about things K-12 schools should take into account when traveling with students, either in the U.S. or overseas.
In this episode, UE's Melanie Bennett interviews Dr. Jennifer Hirsch and Dr. Shamus Khan, creators of the Sexual Assault Prevention And Community Equity (SPACE) toolkit.
Part two of a special two-part series of podcasts features expert Jody Shipper discussing the past, present, and future of Title IX on sexual harassment.
Part one of a special two-part series of podcasts features expert Janet Judge discussing the past, present, and future impact of Title IX on athletics.
Listen to appellate counsel and a UE Resolutions expert explain the U.S. Supreme Court's ruling in the case Houston Community College System v. Wilson.
UE's Melanie Bennett interviews Josh Richards and Jesse Krohn from Saul Ewing Arnstein & Lehr, discuss the Department of Justice's new website accessibility guidelines.
In this episode, Nakeschi Watkins, Director of Risk Management and Insurance at Cornell University, and Paula Hope Griffin, Children and Youth Safety Program Administrator at Cornell University, discuss volunteer management for the protection of minors from sexual misconduct. This session overviews their policies and procedures regarding screening, training and reporting requirements for volunteers working with minors.
Moderated by Hoda Hussein, Risk Management Consultant, United Educators.
In this episode, UE's Melanie Bennett interviews Dr. Shamus Khan, co-author of the book Sexual Citizens and Jamie Forbes, CEO of Learning Courage.
In this podcast, two of UE's Risk Researchers discuss lessons learned from discrimination and wrongful termination claims.
In this episode, Justin Kollinger, UE Risk Management Consultant, is joined by Dr. Pietro Sasso, faculty member at Stephen F. Austin State University and faculty research fellow at the Timothy J. Piazza Center for Fraternity and Sorority Research and Reform at Penn State University. They discuss alcohol misuse and abuse patterns among students, how those patterns may change for at-risk students as we emerge from the pandemic, and how risk managers can support their colleagues in student affairs. This podcast will be of interest to administrators, risk management professionals, student affairs professionals, and faculty and staff working to manage student alcohol misuse.