This Gallagher Higher Education Think Tank study examines the impact of natural disasters on college and university campuses.
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A professor from a top community college took a group of students to Greece for a three-week abroad program. Given the political environment at the time of the visit, events unfolded that were not anticipated by the group.
In 2009, Avjet Corporation, a long-time client of AIS, played a crucial role in the release of two American journalists imprisoned in North Korea and supplied air transportation to former President Bill Clinton who travelled to North Korea to assist in their release.
The Gallagher Higher Education Think Tank Study - Road to Implementation examines the significance of colleges and universities implementing a comprehensive enterprise risk management (ERM) program to help them better manage their risk with a “road map” strategy.
The 2008 Gallagher Higher Education Think Tank study evaluates the risk considerations and management issues that surface when evaluating and implementing different types of experiential learning opportunities. Particular attention was paid to both risks and rewards for all parties involved.
Gallagher Higher Education Think Tank Study: College and University International Education Programs
Given the rapid growth of American students studying abroad, many colleges and universities are sending more than 40% of their students abroad. The Gallagher Higher Education Think Tank Study - College and University International Education Programs offers a comprehensive document for higher education institutions to use in managing their risks of international education programs.
Typically, our newsletters focus on a singular topic, and provide in-depth information on the subject matter. In this issue we discuss a variety topics providing a more broad brush perspective on each subject. Our intent is to provide educational material that can be shared internally if needed.
Hand and wrist pain affects millions of people each year. However, many are quick to associate their pain and discomfort to carpal tunnel syndrome. Hand and wrist pain is quite prominent in the medical transcription services field.