After a deadly incident on campus, college leaders must figure out how to help members of the campus community move beyond their fear and distress, and at the same time learn from the incident. “Is there any way we could have prevented this?” officials ask themselves. They also ask, “How can we make our campus a comfortable place for learning again?” Read about the search for answers at the University of Alabama at Huntsville, Umpqua Community College, and other afflicted campuses in this 32-page guide.
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