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School Safety Today: Understanding the Role of Lockdown Drills

  Lockdown drills: they may be an increasing trend in education systems across the country, but there is a debate on the merits of these drills versus the impact they have on students, Read more

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How is Oath Pizza Building a Feel-Good Pizza Brand?
December 6, 2022

Statista states there are more than 75,000 pizza restaurants in the United States. That’s a lot of slices served every year! For a business to stand out in the pizza market, it must find ways to melt hearts with more than cheese, sauce, and dough. Personal pizza lover, Barbara Castiglia of Modern Restaurant Management […]

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Automation Alley: Gateway for Advanced Manufacturing Across the Globe
December 6, 2022

In October 2022, the White House launched its official National Strategy for Advanced Manufacturing. This comprehensive strategy creates a vision for U.S. leadership in Advanced Manufacturing to grow the economy, create high-quality jobs, enhance sustainability, and strengthen supply chains. And when the U.S. leads, others will follow. Therefore, it is critical to find innovators […]

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Crypto Company Bankruptcy Saga Shows Exchanges Should Stop “Operating As Banks”
December 6, 2022

After a nuclear explosion of a collapse, FTX is now crypto history. However, the ramifications of its $32 billion bankruptcy and alleged fraud go beyond its four walls and SBF’s potential prison time. In both related and unrelated fashion, FTX is now the first of several companies to join the crypto company bankruptcy saga. Other […]

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School Safety Today: Understanding the Role of Lockdown Drills
December 2, 2021

Lockdown drills: they may be an increasing trend in education systems across the country, but there is a debate on the merits of these drills versus the impact they have on students, teachers, and staff. Which causes more harm, the threat of a shooting occurring, or the stress imposed by participating in lockdown drills? […]

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Why Safety Technology Won’t Work without People Buying In
September 1, 2020

Chris Pollock gets technology, and he understands people. With education and experience in both computer engineering and pastoral care, Pollock understands man and machine and their idiosyncrasies. For Pollock, people and technology often aren’t as far apart as one might think. The key is using both for what they’re best at. “When you do […]

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