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Understanding the coronavirus risk landscape at your higher education institution

The extent of the coronavirus outbreak and its impact on higher education are top of mind for institutions of all sizes and profiles. Institutions should be considering risks across many key areas, including student safety, international campuses, study abroad programs, research activities, supply chain, campus operations, business continuity and more. While there are still many unknown answers, this webinar provided insight into the questions you should be asking and the steps your institution should be taking to ensure you are preparing effectively.

Key takeaways from the webinar:

  • Key risk areas to consider related to coronavirus and the potential impact to your institution
  • Questions to ask to gain a better understanding of your institution’s preparedness
  • Considerations for a holistic approach to address areas of critical concern for your campus community, such as health and wellness, crisis response and business continuity

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