Month: September 2021

Board of Directors votes to require NSHE employees to be vaccinated against COVID-19 by December 1 | Education

UPDATE (Sep 30) – The board on Thursday approved an emergency policy change that requires every NSHE employee to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 by December 1. The original story… Read more »

Most graduate programs at the University of California at Berkeley will not require the GRE this year

The Sather Gate at the University of California at Berkeley. The university announced that all … [+] but 13 of its graduate programs will not use the GRE to make… Read more »

The rise of one-time password interception bots – krebs on security

In February, KrebsOnSecurity wrote about a new cybercrime service that helped attackers intercept one-time passwords (OTPs) that many websites require as a second factor of authentication in addition to passwords…. Read more »

Navient becomes the last student loan manager to leave the federal student loan administration system

WASHINGTON, DC – SEPTEMBER 27: US President Joe Biden delivers remarks in South Court … [+] White House Auditorium on September 27, 2021 in Washington, DC. (Photo by Anna Moneymaker… Read more »

Walmart aims to help customers manage their healthcare simply with a single, unified system

Walmart continues to expand its healthcare partnerships. Retail giant partners with health records systems company Epic to integrate all of Walmart’s health and wellness business lines – across channels. By… Read more »

Why govt. websites solicit a donation from PM-CARES if it is not a government. funds, demands the opposition

A day after it emerged that the Center had told the Delhi High Court that the PM-CARES Fund was not an “Indian government fund”, opposition parties called for greater transparency… Read more »

County Director of Henrico, an Immigrant Himself, Seeks to Provide a Welcoming and Safe Environment for His Fellow Immigrants | Education

While a program was in place before the pandemic, Ramirez said a more robust program is currently being developed. The cohorts will learn how the justice system, recreation and parks,… Read more »

Last day to register for GATE 2022: Official website crash, aspirants cannot apply online at

New Delhi, September 24: The registration and application process for GATE 2022 ends today, September 24. The official website for applying for the 2022 Engineering Graduate Aptitude Test is not… Read more »

“The Fascist Side of the Internet” Hacked: Proud Boys and QAnon Websites Fall Victims of Anonymous

The hacktivist collective Anonymous has leaked more than 150 gigabytes of private data after it hacked web registration company Epik, a popular domain host for far-right groups. Popular far-right platforms… Read more »

Coveo Launches New Training Portal, Developer Toolkits, and Low-Code and Pro-Code Tools

Coveo, a leader in relevance platforms that transform search, recommendation and personalization within digital experiences, announced a range of new tools and a new learning community at Relevance 360 ​​to… Read more »

Melbourne construction sites closed after protest against vaccine mandate

A trade unionist addresses construction workers protesting work-related coronavirus disease (COVID-19) restrictions at the Construction, Forestry, Maritime, Mining and Energy Union (CFMEU) headquarters in Melbourne, Australia , September 20, 2021…. Read more »

Union County Board of Elections Announces First In-Person Voting Locations for 2021 General Election – Union County, New Jersey

Any Union County voter can use any of these locations for an early in-person vote. Six sites are confirmed and a seventh site will be added. Union County, NJ –… Read more »

Two sites available in Union County for Hurricane Ida recovery assistance – Union County, New Jersey

All residents of Union County affected by the storm are encouraged to visit one of these sites for in-person assistance. Union County, NJ – The Union County Board of Commissioners… Read more »

TN Department of Education Relaunches COVID Dashboard After Delay, Increasing Cases in Schools | WJHL

NASHVILLE, Tennessee (WKRN) – The Tennessee Department of Education has relaunched its COVID-19 data dashboard giving parents a clearer picture of what’s going on in their child’s school. The portal… Read more »

Governor Wolf, heads of state visit local immunization clinic; Emphasize the importance of getting vaccinated and ending COVID-19

Reading, PA – Governor Tom Wolf, state leaders and community partners visited a local vaccination clinic to encourage eligible Pennsylvanians to do their part to end the COVID-19 pandemic by… Read more »

Yik Yak, a toxic social network that shut down four years ago, is sort of making a comeback

Maybe not a good thing. Screenshot by CNET Yik Yak, a controversial social media app focused on anonymous local posts, announced his return August 16. But the app, which fell… Read more »

UNHCR AGC Panama | Thematic Notes | 2021: Education – Gateway to a sustainable future for forcibly displaced people – Trinidad and Tobago

Education as a protective mechanism can Keep children safe from exploitation and child abuse. Avoid the recruitment of children and youth by gangs or other criminal organizations. Reduce the risks… Read more »