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Responding to Student Death

1:00:33 minutes
May 2011

About This Roundtable

Approximately 9,000 college students die each year in the U.S. A poorly executed reaction to a student's death can increase emotional turmoil, damage your institution’s reputation, fuel litigation, and divide your campus. Learn strategies for handling different types of student death — self-inflicted, criminal, and natural causes — so that institutions can promote healing for and trust from students, staff, and next of kin.

General Counsel, Administrators, and Compliance Officers should listen.

Moderated by Alyssa Keehan, Risk Management Director, United Educators.

About This Roundtable

Approximately 9,000 college students die each year in the U.S. A poorly executed reaction to a student's death can increase emotional turmoil, damage your institution’s reputation, fuel litigation, and divide your campus. Learn strategies for handling different types of student death — self-inflicted, criminal, and natural causes — so that institutions can promote healing for and trust from students, staff, and next of kin.

General Counsel, Administrators, and Compliance Officers should listen.

Moderated by Alyssa Keehan, Risk Management Director, United Educators.