Winter storm preparedness checklist for higher education

Proactive steps institutions can take to strengthen resilience against winter storms

Leaders in higher education must proactively prepare for inclement weather to ensure the well-being of students, faculty, and staff, and the continuity of essential services.

Our "Winter storm preparedness checklist for higher education" offers actionable guidance to help institutions minimize disruptions and facilitate a swift response and recovery before, during, and after winter storms. 

Download this checklist to receive:

  • 12 essential items for higher education institutions to address in their winter storm preparedness plans
  • Specific actions and best practices to protect campus communities and maintain academic and administrative functions
  • A comprehensive framework for proactive mitigation, emergency response coordination, and post-event assessment

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The Agenda

Take a peek at our agenda for this live event, and we hope to see you there!

Wednesday, June 1 | 12-4:30pm CT

Palmer House Hilton in Chicago, IL




Welcome Remarks:

Teresa Anderson


Keynote: Resilience During COVID: From Fighting Crime to Protecting Employees

Chief Brendan Deenihan


Trends and Strategies for Managing Risks with a Hybrid Workforce

George Siegle




Panel Session: Operational Resilience in an Ever-Changing Risk Landscape

Teresa Anderson | George Siegle Chf. Brendan Deenihan | Thomas Henkey


Closing Remarks:

Teresa Anderson

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