Post in the Media: Campus safety, tennis triumphs and more

Check out a recap of the latest headlines to hit the news:
Staying safe on campus
An article on campus safety published in Diverse Issues in Higher Education’s October print issue featured the insights of David Jannetty, Academic Program Manager for Post’s Emergency Management and Homeland Security program. Jannetty discussed Post’s threat assessment team as well as the university’s relationship with the local first responder community. Jannetty cited the increased number of mass shootings and the ‘red flags’ that are often missed as reason to ramp up security on college campuses.

Arial view of a campus.
Serving up success on the court
The success of the Post women’s tennis team was highlighted in a story by the Waterbury Republican-American. The article highlighted the contributions the team has had from their three international students, including freshman Madison Young of New Zealand, who is 9-5 in singles matches this season. The Eagles are 11-4 as a team and begin their conference tournament this weekend.

Malcolm Baldrige award recipients honored
This year’s award winners in the Annual Malcolm Baldrige Chamber Awards Evening, sponsored by the Waterbury Regional Chamber, were highlighted in the Waterbury Republican-American. Among this year’s award recipients was Donald C. McPartland, a curriculum consultant for Post’s Legal Studies program. McPartland, an attorney and partner with a Waterbury-based law firm, won the Leadership Award. 

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