Geer, David
June 2011
University Business;Jun2011, Vol. 14 Issue 6, p31
The article offers information on managing various risks in U.S. university campuses. It says that to prevent campus violence, university staff, faculty, and students alike should be vigilant in identifying early signs of degrading mental health of fellow staff and students and must report these symptoms for early intervention. Furthermore, to prevent campus bullying and harassment, faculty and staff should be trained to recognize behavioral traits of those who are prone to bullying.


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