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Tuesday, October 13 • 10:55am - 12:10pm
Working with Faculty on Risk Management

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Academic shared governance, as a leadership system, differs from the corporate structure for which ERM is designed. The permanence of tenure, faculty control of external grants, faculty power over many academic decisions with non-academic implications and a culture in which faculty members may not view themselves as employees, all represent a challenge for risk managers trying to support the mission of the university or college. This joint presentation by a faculty member and a risk manager will give URMIA members a chance to consider how deeper understanding of shared governance can help them build a successful partnership with the faculty to manage risk.

As a result of participating in this session, attendees will:
 Understand the problem of trying to apply a conventional top-down ERM process in the context of academic governance.
 Learn how to get faculty members on board by tapping into their concerns and curiosity about their professional risk responsibilities.
 Hear and exchange specific tips on how to engage faculty members as partners in managing campus risk.

Speakers
avatar for James R. Mulholland

James R. Mulholland

Director of Compensation and Assistant Treasurer, Grinnell College
James R. Mulholland, CPA, CEBS has directed the compensation and benefits program for the past 20+ years at Grinnell College and has worked with risk management in the areas of business insurance and other safety programs for 15 years.
avatar for Paula V. Smith

Paula V. Smith

Professor, Grinnell College
Paula Vene Smith is a professor at Grinnell College who served as dean of the college and vice president for academic affairs from 2008-2013. As founding director of the Purposeful Risk Engagement Project (PREP) she has published widely on risk in higher education, including the book Engaging Risk: A Guide for College Leaders, forthcoming from Rowman & Littlefield in fall 2015.


Tuesday October 13, 2015 10:55am - 12:10pm
Minneapolis Ballroom C Hilton Minneapolis