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Read: Oregon State University Hires New Police Chief

Oregon State University Hires New Police Chief

Shanon Anderson will start her tenure as OSU’s associate vice president for public safety and chief of police on January 1.

Read: U.S. Begins Shipment of Coronavirus Vaccine

U.S. Begins Shipment of Coronavirus Vaccine

Campuses and communities are now faced with addressing the logistics, security and privacy challenges associated with the vaccine rollout, as well as a hesitancy by some to be vaccinated.

Read: Researchers Say Dozens of GE Medical Devices Could Expose Patient Data

Researchers Say Dozens of GE Medical Devices Could Expose Patient Data

The vulnerable devices are used for CT scans, MRIs, mammograms, ultrasounds and positron emission tomography.

Read: 2020 Fall/Winter Campus Safety Online Summit Focuses on COVID Response, Threat Assessments, Civil Unrest and More

2020 Fall/Winter Campus Safety Online Summit Focuses on COVID Response, Threat Assessments, Civil Unrest and More

Miss any of last December’s Campus Safety Online Summit? The sessions are still available at no charge.

Read: California Announces Statewide Expansion of COVID-19 Notification App

California Announces Statewide Expansion of COVID-19 Notification App

Californians can opt in to receive COVID-19 notifications from CA Notify, informing them if they have been exposed to someone who has tested positive for the virus.

Read: Ejected Texas High School Football Player Attacks Ref

Ejected Texas High School Football Player Attacks Ref

Incident prompts Edinburg CISD to forfeit participation in post-season football playoffs.

Read: Ransomware Attack Forces Baltimore County Schools to Close

Ransomware Attack Forces Baltimore County Schools to Close

Critics say multiple red flags preceded the ransomware attack on the school district.

Read: Advisory Panel: Healthcare Workers, Nursing Home Residents Should Be Vaccinated First

Advisory Panel: Healthcare Workers, Nursing Home Residents Should Be Vaccinated First

If the FDA approves Pfizer’s and Moderna’s vaccines, about 20 million people will be able to receive the first round of shots by the end of the year.

Read: Some New York City Schools to Reopen

Some New York City Schools to Reopen

However, most middle schools and high schools in New York City will continue with distance learning until further notice.

Read: UCSD Expands Access to Coronavirus Contact Tracing App

UCSD Expands Access to Coronavirus Contact Tracing App

Campus officials say the contact tracing app helped keep COVID-19 cases below 50 in the first month of classes.

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