URMIA's Peer Review Program
URMIA Matters
by URMIA - Higher Education Risk Management & Insurance
1M ago
In this episode of URMIA Matters, Julie Groves, Director of Risk Services at Wake Forest University interviews Robin Oldfield, Associate Vice President of Audit, Risk, and Compliance and the Chief Risk Officer at the University of Dayton and Sue Liden, URMIA's Education Manager and former Director of Risk Services at Pacific Lutheran University. Together, they spend a few minutes discussing URMIA's Peer Review Program and how interested campuses can learn more and initiate a peer review. Then, hear from Robin who has been both a client and a consultant of an URMIA peer review and shares her ex ..read more
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Social Inflation
URMIA Matters
by Host: Julie Groves with guests Kim Nimmo, Sarah Braughler, and Stef Zielezienski
2M ago
In this episode of URMIA Matters, Julie Groves, Director of Risk Services at Wake Forest University interviews Kim Nimmo, Director of Risk Management at Lehigh University, Sarah Braughler, Vice President of Risk Management at United Educators, and Stef Zielezienski, Executive Vice President and Chief Legal Officer at APCIA, about social inflation and its impact on risk management in higher education. Together they explore the phenomenon of social inflation, which is the rising costs insurance companies face due to factors such as increasing jury awards, broader definitions of liability, and ot ..read more
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Disability Inclusiveness
URMIA Matters
by Host: Julie Groves with guests Jeff Chasen and Courtney Davis Curtis
3M ago
In the podcast episode “Disability Inclusiveness” of Season 5 of URMIA Matters, Julie Groves, hosts a discussion on diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging, both in the association and on campus. The guests are Jeff Chasen and Courtney Davis Curtis, a past president of URMIA. Curtis explains how the addition of DEIB objective to the URMIA strategic plan started and Chasen discusses strategies, such as leveraging internal resources, fostering community partnerships, and framing inclusion as a best business practice. The conversation highlights the value of making inclusivity a core part of ..read more
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Get Involved with Volunteering
URMIA Matters
by Guest Host: Sandy Mitchell with guests Amanda Franklin and Elliot Young
4M ago
URMIA Matters Podcast Season 5, Episode 4:  Guest Host: Sandy Mitchell with guests Amanda Franklin and Elliot Young In this episode of URMIA Matters, Sandy Mitchell, URMIA’s president-elect and Director of Insurance at MIT, interviews Amanda Franklin, Director of Risk Management at Wheaton College, and Elliot Young, Assistant Vice President and University Risk and Compliance Officer at Kansas State University, about their extensive experience volunteering with URMIA. Amanda shares her involvement in volunteering for strategic goal task forces, newcomer welcomes sessions at the annual con ..read more
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2024 Presidential Update
URMIA Matters
by Host: Julie Groves with guest Craig McAllister
5M ago
In this episode of URMIA Matters, Julie Groves, URMIA's immediate past president and Director of Risk Services at Wake Forest University, interviews Craig McAllister, current URMIA president and Assistant Vice President, Risk Management at the University of Miami, in his inaugural presidential podcast. Craig shares his insights into some of URMIA’s recent successes in expanding professional development offerings, accomplishing the association’s strategic goals, and increasing URMIA’s already-established DEIB support. Also, Craig shares his hopes and goals for the future of URMIA during his yea ..read more
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URMIA Member Benefits
URMIA Matters
by Guest Host: Teresa Ransdell with guests Flo Hoskinson, Mellany Patrong, and Steve Stoeger-Moore
5M ago
In this episode of URMIA Matters, Teresa Ransdell, URMIA’s Director of Membership and Marketing, speaks to Flo Hoskinson, Risk Manager at Oregon Health and Science University, Mellany Patrong, Director of Enterprise Risk Management at Texas Southern University, and Steve Stoeger-Moore, President of Districts Mutual Insurance and Risk Management Services, about the wide array of Member Benefits that URMIA has to offer its members. They share their favorite member benefits including URMIA’s Resource Guide, the Risk Inventory, Community Conversations, and the amazing connections they’ve made at b ..read more
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Preparing for Change in Title IX
URMIA Matters
by Host: Julie Groves with guest Pat Mathis
6M ago
In this episode of URMIA Matters, Julie Groves interviews Pat Mathis, Co-founder and Managing Member- Title IX Solutions, LLC, about the upcoming changes in the Title IX regulations. Pat explains what the new regulations mean for colleges and universities, and how they affect the responsibilities of students, faculty, and staff. Pat also shares some practical tips and best practices for Title IX coordinators and risk managers to prepare for the new regulations, such as reviewing policies, training staff, and communicating with stakeholders. Julie and Pat also discuss some of the challenges and ..read more
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Presidential Podcast IV
URMIA Matters
by Guest Host: Jenny Whittington with guest Julie Groves.
7M ago
In this episode of URMIA Matters, Jenny Whittington interviews immediate past president, Julie Groves in the final podcast of Julie’s presidential podcast series. Jenny and Julie share highlights from Julie’s year as president, including the 54th Annual Conference in Baltimore, speaking engagements at other associations, and the five strategic goals for this year. Jenny asks Julie about her favorite moments during her presidency, any unexpected challenges she encountered, and what is next for Julie as the immediate past president. You don’t want to miss this last episode in Julie’s Presidentia ..read more
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Season 4, Episode 24: Presidential Podcast IV
URMIA Matters
by Guest Host: Jenny Whittington with guest Julie Groves.
7M ago
In this episode of URMIA Matters, Jenny Whittington interviews immediate past president, Julie Groves in the final podcast of Julie’s presidential podcast series. Jenny and Julie share highlights from Julie’s year as president, including the 54th Annual Conference in Baltimore, speaking engagements at other associations, and the five strategic goals for this year. Jenny asks Julie about her favorite moments during her presidency, any unexpected challenges she encountered, and what is next for Julie as the immediate past president. You don’t want to miss this last episode in Julie’s Presidentia ..read more
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Meet the Keynote- Derrick Johnson
URMIA Matters
by Guest Host: Julie Groves with guests Rachel Pluviose and Derrick Johnson
9M ago
In this episode of URMIA Matters, host Julie Groves, Director of Risk Services at Wake Forest University, and guest Rachel Pluviose, Senior Director of Risk Management and insurance at Johns Hopkins University, talk to Derrick Johnson, the President and CEO of the NAACP, about his upcoming session in Baltimore at URMIA’s Annual Conference. Rachel and Derrick also discuss the importance of diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) at colleges and universities, and how the recent Supreme Court decision on affirmative action affects institutions of higher education. Derrick shares his insights on th ..read more
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