Final Report of the War Zones Task Force
In the course of meeting their professional obligations and conducting their research, many faculty of the School of ___________ travel frequently. On occasion, such travel may take them to places where personal safety and security are potentially at issue. The University leaves to the judgment of individual faculty decisions about where best to pursue their research and scholarship. It is recommended, however, that faculty members contemplating travel take advantage of available resources to monitor travel and safety conditions in other countries. The State Department maintains a helpful website and posts travel and safety advisories and warnings at travel.state.gov/.
Faculty who administer study abroad programs for students should confer with the Dean's office about official guidelines and recommended procedures to ensure the safe participation of students.
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