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Webinar Scheduled

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A Webinar about evening degree-completion programs offered at Bridgewater State University will be held Tuesday, Dec. 4 at 6:30 p.m. The virtual program brings the convenience of the information session to a computer, tablet or mobile device. Delivered via the Web through a video and audio presentation, the Webinar will cover the university's bachelor's degree completion programs offered in the evening, facts and figures about Bridgewater, the admissions process for evening students, transfer tips and tricks and more.

Path to Diplomacy

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This week, the U.S. departments of state and education are sponsoring International Education Week. Among the programs planned at the university was a presentation by BSU Diplomat-in-Residence Kathleen Reddy-Smith, who spoke to a local women's group about the challenges of a career in foreign service.

Native American Speaker Shares Culture

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Larry Spotted Crow Mann, a cultural eductator for and member of the Nipmuc tribe of Massachusetts, shared with the campus community his tribe's history and culture, which includes quite a bit of music.

Mr. Mann is drum keeper of the Quabbin Lake Singers, a group that shares the culture and music of the Nipmuc people at schools, colleges, powwows and other events throughout the United States and Canada. He's also appeared in movies about Native Americans, including "We Shall Remain," produced by PBS.

Professor's social work paper published

Tue, 2012-11-13 17:01 -- rmatheson

An article by Associate Professor Emily Douglas (social work) was published in the Journal of Public Child Welfare (Vol. 6, issue 5). The paper, "Child Welfare Workers' Training, Knowledge, and Practice Concerns Regarding Child Maltreatment Fatalities: An Exploratory, Multi-State Analysis" centers on child welfare professionals as agents of prevention for maltreatment fatalities. It presents results from studying 426 child welfare workers and reveals deficits in knowledge of parent and household risk factors, among other things.

Professor on anthropology panel

Tue, 2012-11-13 16:47 -- rmatheson

Dr. Curtiss Hoffman (anthropology) attended the annual meeting of the New England Antiquities Research Association, where he participated in a panel discussion, "Across Before Columbus, 20 Years Later," which centered on new evidence of trans-oceanic contact with Native Americans before the Columbus voyage. Additionally, the professor conducted a tour of the Robbins Museum and the Middleborough Little League site for conference attendees.

Art professor in exhibit

Tue, 2012-11-13 16:19 -- rmatheson

The works of Professor Mary Dondero (art) were included in the art exhibit, "Nature Vive and Nature Morte," displayed at the Trustman Art Gallery at Simmons College from Oct. 9 - Nov. 8. The other artists with works on display were: Constanze Kirmse, Mary O'Malley and Brenda Star. Prof. Dondero presented two bodies of work, flower photographs and ink paintings. For more information on Prof. Dondero's art and the rest of the exhibit visit: visit:http://www.simmons.edu/trustman/exhibits/230.php.

Fundraiser Helps Children in Nepal

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One day, Jigyasha Singh, an international student from Nepal, was watching CNN. What she saw amazed her: onscreen was Pushpa Basnet, founder of the Early Childhood Development Center (ECDC), which takes care of the children of incarcerated parents of Nepal. She’s been named one of the network's “heroes” for 2012.

Student Profile: Elena Smith

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The Belizean unions strike of 2005 brings back mixed memories for a graduate student, Elena Smith, who played a key role in the national uprising. She remembers police stationed outside her home, being shot at with rubber bullets, but also the virtue in fighting for educators.

“It was a dangerous time, but it was something we needed to do as teachers and as citizens,” said Ms. Smith.

Time to ‘Step Up’

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On Monday, Nov. 5, in the Moakley Center auditorium, Noube Rateau, '10, owner of Noube Productions, is presenting “Step up,” a documentary about the increase in broken homes and cases of father abandonment in today's society.
 
This is Mr. Rateau’s eighth film. As with his previous documentaries, Mr. Rateau seeks to highlight an important social issue in hopes it will educate the public and inspire change. The film focuses on the long-lasting problems for children who grow up without fathers.

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