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Dartmouth suspends Greek organizations following student death

University Business

According to past reporting by The Dartmouth, Jang, a member of Beta, attended a joint social event with the two Greek organizations on Saturday evening. The post Dartmouth suspends Greek organizations following student death appeared first on University Business. Authorities recovered Jang’s body from the Connecticut River on July 7.

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Greek Organizations Suspended at UMD

Insight Into Diversity

In a letter to Greek organizations, the university expressed concern and prohibited current members from contacting new or prospective members. The move has sparked controversy and frustration among Greek organizations, with some expressing dismay over the lack of explanation and opportunity for defense.

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Amazon Program Offers Free AI Tools to Public Sector Organizations

Campus Technology

Amazon Web Services has announced a $50 million fund that will give public sector organizations a chance to tap into its portfolio of cloud-based AI tools.

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Data breaches cost higher education and training organizations $3.7M on average in 2023

Higher Ed Dive

In an annual report, IBM assessed the cost of cyberattacks by studying 553 impacted organizations across 17 sectors.

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Columbia University suspends two pro-Palestinian student organizations

Higher Ed Dive

The Ivy League institution said it’s cutting off funding for the groups, which it accused of repeatedly flouting policies on hosting events.

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Florida 2023: Mourning and Organizing

Academe Blog

BY MIKE BUDD “Don’t Mourn — Organize!” Joe Hill, union organizer, executed 1915 There’s a lot to mourn in Florida (and elsewhere) right now, not only but especially in our colleges and universities.

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MOVEit attack victim count surpasses 1,000 organizations

Higher Ed Dive

At least 173 colleges and universities have been swept up so far in the mass hack, according to one group.