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U of Alabama Asks Employees to Sign Confidentiality Agreement

10/8/21
By: Inside Higher ED

Hours after news of the agreement was published in a local newspaper, legal counsel told employees in the system office that it was investigating a “breach of confidentiality.”

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Ex-University System of Georgia Regent Dean Alford pleads guilty to racketeering

10/8/21
By: Online Athens/ Athens Banner-Herald

ATLANTA — A former member of the University System of Georgia Board of Regents pleaded guilty to racketeering Thursday and was sentenced to eight years in prison.

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San Jose State University President Mary Papazian To Resign Amid Fallout From Scandal

10/7/21
By: KPIX 5 CBS SF Bay Area

SAN JOSE (CBS SF) – San Jose State University president Dr. Mary Papazian announced she would resign at the end of the semester, amid ongoing fallout involving a sexual misconduct scandal in the school’s athletic department.

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Tennessee audit finds Chattanooga failed to provide oversight called for in 2019 audit

10/5/21
By: New Channel 9abc

CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. — The Tennessee Comptroller on Tuesday released a new audit of Chattanooga State that found it is still not providing proper oversight.

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Multiyear fraud scheme by former employees uncovered at Tuskegee University

10/1/21
By: WSFA12 News

TUSKEGEE, Ala. (WSFA) - Several employees with Tuskegee University are no longer with the school after a multiyear fraud scheme was uncovered during an internal investigation.

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Audit finds UND out of compliance with some state regulations

10/1/21
By: Yahoo News

An audit from the state Auditor's Office recommends UND take steps to better keep track of employee information, among other issues.

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Case In Point: Lessons for the proactive manager

9/30/21
By: Auburn University

Last month, we offered our suggestions for the best way to use Case in Point when it hits your inbox each month. We believe Case in Point does a good job of helping you become aware of the risks within higher education, but simply having that knowledge is not enough to protect your organization. With that in mind, we turn our attention to the topic of developing a proactive risk management culture within your organization.

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After Investigation Finds ‘Mismanagement’ UT Austin Suspends PI, Repays NSF $1.3M

9/27/21
By: JDSUPRA

A University of Texas at Austin principal investigator (PI) who, in the words of the National Science Foundation Office of Inspector General (OIG), “generally mismanaged funds” from four NSF awards, was suspended for a year without pay, among other sanctions, but he apparently kept his job, RRC has learned.

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Audit: Durham police officers routinely disregard policies on bodycam videos

9/20/21
By: WRAL.com

DURHAM, N.C. — A majority of Durham police officers don't follow the department's policies for uploading and categorizing videos recorded on their body-worn cameras, a city audit has found.

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Fraudulent enrollment hits California community colleges hard due to online learning

9/19/21
By: The American River Current

American River College and other Los Rios colleges have been affected by a surge of suspected fraud enrollment, which has also affected other colleges throughout the state according to the Los Rios Community College District. 

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