Winter Weather Preparedness and Safety Tips

December 3, 2019

Although winter comes as no surprise, the snow and freezing rain can cause major disruption to services we take for granted such as roads, public transit, grocery stores and emergency services. Winter storms in North Carolina can range from a … Continued

Bennington Presented with NCAIP Individual Excellence Award

November 11, 2019

On November 2, 2019, while attending the 78th Annual Convention of the North Carolina Association of Insurance Professionals, Robin Bennington, Risk Manager with Campus Safety and Risk Management, was presented with the Individual Excellence Award.

Recognizing Online Scams

October 3, 2019

Ever had someone offer a check as payment for services or employment, but requested some of the money be wired back after depositing? This is a scam that could cost thousands of dollars.

Excessive Heat Watch: Jul. 19-22

July 19, 2019

The combination of temperatures in the upper 90s along with dew points in the mid-70s will result in heat index values of 108 to 113 degrees each afternoon and evening this weekend.

When a Hurricane Hits

October 18, 2018

Carolina dodged the worst of Hurricane Florence, the storm that hovered over the southeastern part of the state for days, causing torrential flooding and leaving millions without power. But that doesn’t mean that the University wasn’t impacted by the storm.