In this podcast, Steve Holland, CRM, ARM, REM, Chief Risk Officer for the University of Arizona, discusses the challenges faced by the university as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. He shares the size and complexity of the UA system, which involves significant academic teaching and research programs in agriculture, medicine and biological sciences, optical sciences, and astronomy at several Arizona and satellite campuses overseas. Holland discusses securing students’ personal belongings, housing decisions made for those who remain on campus, and the expected financial impact of the pandemic on the university. Learn about UA’s antibody test, which is being offered to about 250,000 first responders in the state and how the university’s emergency response plan (which included pandemic response) functioned. Please join us for an informative podcast to get a glimpse into the world of higher education risk management.
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