Attorney John Graff details the timeline of the spread of the coronavirus. What steps should colleges take to protect students? What can students expect next? John explains what sets this illness apart from others and separates the facts from the fear.
John Graff is a nationally recognized higher education attorney with extensive experience advising colleges and universities on matters unique to higher education, including Title IX compliance, investigations and litigation; advice and audit representation in United States Department of Education Clery Act compliance reviews; and all matters related to student affairs operations. Connect with John: 617.348.4356; firstname.lastname@example.org; on Twitter: @jtgraff
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American Colleges Seek to Develop Coronavirus Response, Abroad and at Home