Managing Campuses During the Coronavirus Outbreak
With college campuses shutting down across the country, FutureU hosts Jeff Selingo and Michael B. Horn explore what happened at Tulane University in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. Scott Cowen, who led Tulane University at that time, discusses how the Katrina experience influenced campus leaders everywhere, Cowen said.
"Everyone began to look at risk management much more broadly than they every had before, thinking if there was a hurricane, what would we do? If there was a shooter what would we do? If there was a bomb in a building what would we do...? However, I doubt anyone had on their risk matrix a pandemic."
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This podcast is created and produced by higher education experts Jeff Selingo and Michael Horn. Selingo, a FutureEd senior fellow and former editor of The Chronicle of Higher Education, is special advisor and professor of practice at Arizona State University, and a visiting scholar at Georgia Tech’s Center for 21st Century Universities. Horn is chief strategy officer for the Entangled Group, an education investment firm, and a senior partner at Entangled Solutions, an education consulting company. Selingo and Horn can be contacted here. Future U is supported by the Academy for Innovative Higher Education Leadership, a partnership between Arizona State University and Georgetown University, and by Entangled Solutions.