May 2011 | 0 Comments  Average 5 out of 5

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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 the institution's reputation, fuel litigation, and divide the campus. This roundtable discusses strategies for handling different types of student death—self-inflicted, criminal, and natural causes—so that institutions can promote healing and trust by students, staff, and next of kin.

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