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Former Student's Multi-Million-Dollar Lawsuit Against ISU Goes to Trial

3/2/19
By: Idaho State Journal

POCATELLO - The story of a former Idaho State University graduate student's federal lawsuit against the school that made international headlines when first revealed in 2015 quietly went to trial this week without a jury.

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Suburban Man Charged With ID Theft Stemming From 2015 UChicago Data Breach

3/1/19
By: NBC Chicago

A Naperville man was charged this week with stealing the identity of a west suburban couple after their personal information was compromised during a 2015 data breach at the University of Chicago, police said.

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Ex-Employees Charged with Defrauding More Than $380,000 from Utah Valley University

3/1/19
By: The Salt Lake Tribune

A husband and wife who worked at Utah Valley University for more than 15 years have been charged with taking more than $380,000 from the college through multiple alleged schemes that funneled money into their business accounts.

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Auburn University Case in Point Newsletter - February 2019

2/28/19
By: uburn University Office of Audit, Compliance & Privacy

The Auburn University internal audit function publishes a monthly newsletter, called Case in Point, to highlight current trends and issues in higher education, including events related to fraud & ethics, information security & technology, compliance/regulatory & legal, and campus life & safety. 

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Data Breach Affects 326,000 UConn Health Center Patients

2/28/19
By: Meriden Record-Journal

A data breach at the University of Connecticut Health Center has potentially compromised information for approximately 326,000 individuals, the facility said in a recent letter to patients. 

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Education Dept. Cuts Off Student-Aid Funds for Argosy U.

2/27/19
By: The Chronicle of Higher Education

As Argosy University's financial problems worsened, the troubled institution took millions in taxpayer dollars that were supposed to be disbursed to students, and instead used the money to pay its staff and vendors, according to the Education Department.

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KU Wants $1 Million in Restitution From Convicted Men in College Basketball Corruption Trial

2/27/19
By: KUsports

The University of Kansas wants the three men convicted of fraud in the college basketball corruption trial to pay more than $1 million worth of restitution to the university, according to a document filed in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York on Tuesday.

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Ex-Missouri University Professor Accused of Stealing Student's Invention, Making Millions

2/27/19
By: NBC News

A former Missouri university professor is being sued for allegedly stealing a pharmaceutical student's research and then selling the invention for more than $1.5 million.

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Florida Keys Community College Provides Notice of Data Security Incident

2/17/19
By: PR Newswire (press release)

KEY WEST, Fla., Feb. 27, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Florida Keys Community College (the "College") is taking action after discovering that it became the target of a phishing email campaign that compromised several employee email account credentials. 

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Audit: Iowa State's Department of Psychology Shortcomings Risk 'Noncompliance with Laws'

2/17/19
By: The Gazette

AMES - Iowa State University's Department of Psychology is negotiating new contracts and shoring up old practices after an audit found numerous failings that risk "noncompliance with laws and regulations, financial loss, and reputational damage" that jeopardize student and patient health and safety.

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