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Tuesday, September 23 • 10:55am - 12:10pm
(CE) CREATING RESILIENT UNIVERSITIES: Advancing Enterprise Risk Management & Organizational Resilience on Campus

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Achieving organizational resilience requires an interdisciplinary and integrated systems approach to risk management, emergency management and business continuity and general operations of your campus. At the core a resilient organization must be able to achieve its core objectives in the face of adversity. Effectively reducing the size, frequency and duration of crises (vulnerability), while improving the ability and speed of the organization to manage crises effectively (adaptive capacity). To effectively manage risk and crises, organizations need to recognize and evolve in response to the complex system within which the university functions and the external forces that impact it.
Learning Objectives:
 Understand the core differences and strengths/weaknesses of
enterprise risk management (ERM) and Organization Resilience
(OR) models and philosophies.
 Learn ways to integrate ERM and OR to help achieve
programmatic and institutional directives.
 Review simple tools and resources to help start or advance the
process of building a more resilient university.


Deb Donning

Risk Manager, University of Oregon
Deb Donning has been the risk manager for the University of Oregon since February 2012, joining the office earlier as assistant risk manager. Prior to working in the office of risk management, Ms. Donning was the chief of staff in the office of the general counsel and has worked for the University of Oregon for over twenty years. She is a member of University Risk Management and Insurance Association (URMIA), Public Risk Management Association... Read More →

Andre Le Duc

Chief Resilience Officer and Associate Vice President, University of Oregon
André Le Duc’s professional career and academic research is focused on the development of community and organizational resilience. Mr. Le Duc is Associate Vice President of Safety and Risk Services (SRS) – Chief Resilience Officer at the University of Oregon. The SRS portfolio provides leadership, expertise, and guidance on a variety of topics related to risk management, law enforcement, occupational health and safety, fire and life... Read More →

Tuesday September 23, 2014 10:55am - 12:10pm
Bluegrass 1 & 2