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2016 Conference Sponsors


2016 Conference Sponsors

Social Sentinel Social SentinelSocial Sentinel helps safety and security officials better protect their communities by alerting officials to threats shared publicly via social media.

The Social Sentinel® service aggregates data via key phrases, hashtags, geofences, our proprietary Local+™ algorithm, and other unique methods of working with meta-data in real-time to help officials identify and mitigate threats, reduce crime, and bring actionable intelligence to evolving situations.

PaperClip CommunicationsPaperClip-logo-black-1 (1)PaperClip Communications serves as a leading educational specialist, providing live professional development events and print and digital media for thousands of institutions worldwide. We offer everything you need through 125+ webinars annually, brochures, binders, newsletters, programming and leadership tools, newswires and more! We have been committed to serving as your training partner for more than 20 years.

2016 Conference Exhibitors

Hogan Marren Babbo & Rose, Ltd.

firmimageHMBR is a Chicago based law firm that was founded in 1993. We value excellence and experience over size, focusing on practice areas, including: Health Care, Education, Labor & Employment, Business, Litigation and Real Estate.  HMBR has been consistently recognized as one of the nation’s top health care firms in Chambers’ USA Guide.

2016 Conference Partners

acpaACPA – College Student Educators International
ACPA supports and fosters college student learning through the generation and dissemination of knowledge, which informs policies, practices and programs for student affairs professionals and the higher education community.


AsjaAssociation for Student Conduct Administration (ASCA)
Association for Student Conduct Administration (ASCA) is an organization of professional educators, many of whom hold responsibility for administering standards of student conduct within colleges and universities. The membership of ASCA believes that a primary purpose for the enforcement of such standards is to maintain and strengthen the ethical climate and to promote the academic integrity of our institutions. Clearly articulated and consistently administered standards of conduct form the basis for behavioral expectations within an academic community. The enforcement of such standards should be accomplished in a manner that protects the rights, health and safety of members of that community so that they may pursue their educational goals without undue interference.

National Center for Campus Public Safety  (NCCPS)
The National Center for Campus Public Safety was chartered by Congress in 2013, with bipartisan support, in the wake of recent school tragedies. The National Center will connect many campus safety entities – from campus police chiefs and security directors, to professional associations, advocacy organizations and community leaders – with one another. We will improve and expand resources to those charged with providing a safe environment for our students, faculty, teachers and staff at our nation’s schools. The National Center will fill a void by providing comprehensive, centralized resources and technical assistance and training specific to campus public safety. We will also highlight and promote best and innovative practices specific to campus public safety challenges. We look forward to connecting and working with you all in the near future.

University Risk Management and Insurance Association
URMIA_logoThe mission of the University Risk Management and Insurance Association is to promote the advancement and application of effective risk management principles and practices in institutions of higher education. The University Risk Management and Insurance Association is the preeminent source of innovative and effective solutions to the challenges facing institutions of higher education in the pursuit of their academic, social and economic goals.

University of Vermont Partners

College of Education and Social Services
Division of Student & Campus Life
Continuing and Distance Education
Office of General Counsel