Coronavirus

Read: Colleges Prepare for Possible Cancellation of In-Person Classes Until 2021

Colleges Prepare for Possible Cancellation of In-Person Classes Until 2021

Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health researchers said the U.S. may have to continue some forms of social distancing through 2022.

Read: Marshall County High School Gets Over $600K for Security Upgrades

Marshall County High School Gets Over $600K for Security Upgrades

The money will be used for a security camera system and exterior door improvements after a student gunman killed two and injured 18 others in 2018.

Read: Survey: COVID-19 Will Have a Lasting Impact on Remote Work Trends

Survey: COVID-19 Will Have a Lasting Impact on Remote Work Trends

Many organizations forced into remote work by the coronavirus will continue with the trend in the post-pandemic economy.

Read: 10 Tips for Title IX Coordinators in the Era of COVID-19

10 Tips for Title IX Coordinators in the Era of COVID-19

Law firm Husch Blackwell provides tips for continuing Title IX investigations while colleges and universities are largely shut down due to coronavirus.

Read: George Washington University Dorms to Temporarily House Medical Staff

George Washington University Dorms to Temporarily House Medical Staff

Healthcare workers fighting COVID-19 will have the option to stay at GW rather than return home and possibly expose their families to the virus.

Read: How to Protect Your Home Network from Cyberattacks

How to Protect Your Home Network from Cyberattacks

With so many campus employees and students working and studying from home during the COVID-19 crisis, home network protection is critical. Here’s how you can stay safe while working and studying online while social distancing.

Read: Promised Stockpile of 39 Million Masks Is Non-Existent

Promised Stockpile of 39 Million Masks Is Non-Existent

Dubious brokers and suppliers have flooded the market with questionable PPE offers and claims.

Read: Floridians Voice Frustration with Late Shutdown as Coronavirus Cases Rise

Floridians Voice Frustration with Late Shutdown as Coronavirus Cases Rise

At least 38 coronavirus cases across the country have been linked to one Florida festival, creating criticism of the governor’s delayed state shutdown.

Read: Allied Universal Hiring 30,000 Security Professionals Nationwide

Allied Universal Hiring 30,000 Security Professionals Nationwide

Allied Universal is offering regular and temporary, full-time and part-time opportunities.

Read: Fairfield University Responds to Community Needs Amid Health Crisis

Fairfield University Responds to Community Needs Amid Health Crisis

Nine Columbus House facilities located throughout New Haven County will benefit from approximately $60,000 worth of food items. Fairfield University has also continued preparing and delivering meals to Prospect House in Bridgeport every Friday and Sunday, and will have sandwiches delivered weekly to the COVID-19 unit at Bridgeport Hospital.

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