The European Union's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) goes into effect toward the end of this month. Do you have questions about how that might relate to your Maxient system? See our Q&A on the topic GDPR

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Within the last few days, many public colleges and universities in Texas received an open records request from the Houston Chronicle seeking a broad set of student conduct case data. After a few campuses contacted our staff with questions about gathering numbers, Maxient's support team promptly assembled guidance to help all of our clients quickly and accurately respond to the requests using Maxient's built-in analytics. No additional cost and no fuss. Just another example of

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Every year the Maxient staff travel to Florida for the Association of Student Conduct Administrator's Annual Conference.  This year, the last year the conference will be at St. Pete Beach, we are bringing our largest ever contingent.  With so many staff on-site, we look forward to providing individualized support for the hundreds of Maxient clients who will be in attendance.  Stop by our booth to grab an available staff member or schedule a time in

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Maxient is proud to serve as a corporate sponsor of this month's South Dakota College Personnel Association Annual Conference.  The event will take place from February 6-8 in Lead, SD, and brings together student affairs professionals and graduate students from across the state.  We wish all of our friends at SDCPA a great

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Maxient is proud to co-sponsor "Asking the Right Questions and Answering Yours: A Day of Conversations around Title IX Investigations", to be held on Wednesday, October 17, 2012 at Pacific Lutheran University in Tacoma, Washington. This day long drive-in workshop will be facilitated by Dr. Lee Bird of Oklahoma State University and Mary Beth Mackin of University of Wisconsin - Whitewater.  More information, including a schedule and online registration, is available

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This morning's edition of The Lamron, the student newspaper of SUNY Geneseo, features a great article about what using Maxient has meant for their school's conduct process.  Less paper waste, better data tracking, and an easier means of communicating with their students are just some of the advantages cited that they've realized since Geneseo began using Maxient in August 2011.  Check out the full article

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As higher ed business decisions become increasingly data driven, schools need analytic capabilities they can rely upon.  In this article from The Daily Gamecock, staff from the University of South Carolina's Division of Student Affairs talk quantitatively about the increase in incidents on their campus.  Proof of that increase helped their Office of Student Conduct make a successful case for an additional $100,000 from the Board of Trustees to hire two new staff members. "With

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Maxient clients UNC Charlotte and Rutgers University were recently featured in a story on Charlotte's NPR affiliate WFAE 90.7 FM.  The focus was the challenge facing colleges and universities with the shifting definition of what constitutes a direct threat.  The audio and transcript are available

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Maxient is proud to lend a hand to our colleagues Drs. Don Gehring, Carolyn Palmer, and John Wesley Lowery as they advance research in the area of alcohol sanctioning.  Below you will find information on the study they're conducting and how you and your campus can help.  If you're interested, be sure to tell Dr. Lowery that you're a Maxient client.  To make things easier, we'll enable a special data gathering report within your Maxient

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