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    Responding to the Coronavirus Outbreak

    Regardless of whether your K-12 school, college, or university has students, faculty, or staff traveling abroad, you are probably deeply concerned about the recent outbreak of the coronavirus. To understand more about the new strain of the virus (COVID-19) and what steps your institution can take to manage the risk both domestically and abroad, read this article.
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    Coronavirus FAQs: What Educational Institutions Need to Know

    Coronavirus FAQs: What Educational Institutions Need to Know

    United Educators (UE) understands that the coronavirus (COVID-19) is causing unprecedented challenges for schools, colleges, and universities. As schools face both short- and long-term challenges related to students being away from school, staff adapting to online instruction, and revered traditions unable to continue, we’re here to help. Here are UE’s answers to some of the most common member questions about managing the risks associated with COVID-19.


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    Eating Contests: Managing the Risk While Preserving the Fun

    Campus eating contests range from hot dogs to chicken wings to pies and are often fundraising vehicles for student organizations. While these contents are fun, they can be dangerous without proper preparation and oversight. This blog provides suggestions on risk management steps institutions can take to reduce the risks associated with eating contests on campus.
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