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"The 2020-21 academic year was a challenging period for our Department and for our community as they continued to persevere with the University’s core academic missions in mind through the COVID-19 pandemic. Despite the obstacles the pandemic presented, our Department was able to accomplish many goals - some of which are highlighted in the upcoming pages - and grow together as a unit." - Fountain L. Walker, Vice President, Global Campus Safety

Organizational Update

From changing its name amid a pandemic to establishing an Inclusion, Diversity, Belonging, and Equity (IDBE) Committee, read about some big steps for Campus Safety in the Organizational Update section.

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Campus Safety Operations

Our Campus Safety Operations team ensured that the University could continue in-person operations over the last 18 months. Read about how they did it, and more, in the Campus Safety Operations section.

Global Resiliency and Security

Global Resiliency and Security continued to help manage the University's response to the COVID-19 pandemic while preparing the University for future challenges. Read more in the Global Resiliency and Security section.

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Global Card Services and Security Systems

Security technology is vital in assisting our team as they providing safety and security for our community members. Read about more updates in these areas in the Global Card Services and Security Systems section.

Office of the Vice President

The Office of the Vice President focused on further enabling team members by managing projects, ensuring compliance, maintaining accreditation, and developing community engagement opportunities. Read more in the Office of the Vice President section.

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