With all the risks of a small city, institutions of higher education pose real risk assessment challenges, demanding a solid framework.
Risk management programs are cropping up on campuses across the country to meet growing industry needs.
The Spencer/RIMS Risk Management Challenge helps students bridge the gap between classroom lessons and real-world implementation.
New technology and legislation have made protecting student data a priority and obligation.
In order to avoid legal trouble, internship programs must be carefully structured.
By replacing traditional processes with more efficient technology, school districts can better mitigate operational risks.
Graduates are finding that jobs in other sectors of the insurance industry can lead to a solid risk management career.
As risk management evolves, so too must the curriculum to teach the risk managers of the future.
A rundown of the top ten U.S. risk management colleges ranked by the number of students who graduated last year.
Mentoring helps less-experienced industry employees advance their careers, and the newest generation is uniquely positioned to benefit.
How the Spencer Educational Foundation is helping to train the next generation of risk managers.
Though bigger doesn’t always mean better, the schools on this list have managed to attract many students to their successful risk management and insurance programs. And for the sake of the industry’s future, companies should hope that this trend continues.
A whole host of schools are offering unique curriculum and programs for those students who will shape the future of the discipline.
Why one successful risk manager left his dream job in the private sector to join academia and teach the next generation of risk managers.
A rundown of biggest U.S. risk management academies during 2009-10.