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Rows of computers in the new cyber range.
NBC10 Boston Highlights New Cybersecurity Center
BSU President Frederick W. Clark Jr., '83, and Steve Zuromski, '04, G'09, vice president of information technology and chief information officer, gave NBC10 Boston a behind-the-scenes look at BSU's forthcoming cyber range. "We're going to have the best cybersecurity program in New England," Clark said.
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Newspaper Spotlights BSU's Efforts to Reduce Food Insecurity
The Sun Chronicle highlighted Bridgewater State's multi-faceted approach to preventing hunger. The university runs a food pantry and accepts SNAP benefits, among other steps.
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Administrator Discusses Efforts to Support Second-Year Students
Dr. Michael Young, senior associate provost and chief data officer, spoke with Public News Service about efforts to support second-year students. BSU is one of just 11 institutions nationwide selected by the John N. Gardner Institute for Excellence in Undergraduate Education to participate in a new program to reimagine the critical first two years of college education when students create the foundation for success.
Steve Zuromski sits at the front of a ballroom.
IT Leader Comments on Casino Cyber Attack
Steve Zuromski, '04, G'09, vice president of information technology and chief information officer, spoke with MassLive about a recent cyber attack on MGM Resorts International.
Jeanean Davis-Street speaks while standing behind a podium.
Dean Speaks About Continued Impact of COVID on Workforce
The Sun Chronicle interviewed Dr. Jeanean Davis-Street, dean of the Ricciardi College of Business, about work policies and employee-employer dynamics. 
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Psychology Professor Discusses Technology and Social Media Use
Dr. Elizabeth Englander, a psychology professor and executive director of the Massachusetts Aggression Reduction Center, spoke with NBC 10 Boston and The Sun Chronicle about children's use of technology and social media.
Two Cabo Verdean basketball players drive towards the hoop.
Cabo Verde Basketball Team Practices at BSU
The Cabo Verde men's national basketball team spent several days at BSU as the team prepares for the FIBA World Cup in Japan. The Enterprise covered a practice and scrimmage held in the Tinsley Center and open to the public.
Fred Clark speaks at a podium with renderings of a cyber range behind him.
President Co-Writes Cybersecurity Column
BSU President Frederick W. Clark Jr., '83, co-wrote a column for Commonwealth Magazine about efforts to "cultivate a cybersecurity ecosystem focused on educating Massachusetts’ next generation of frontline cybersecurity experts to protect vulnerable institutions."
Lisa Battaglino stands in front of a red backdrop.
Trustee Serves on State Rural School Commission
The Boston Herald quoted Dr. Lisa Battaglino, a current BSU trustee and retired dean, in a story about challenges facing rural school districts. Battaglino serves on the state’s Commission on the Fiscal Health of Rural School Districts.
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Professor’s Writings about Movies Featured in Media
Dr. Michele Meek, an assistant professor of communication studies, wrote an article for Ms. magazine about director Michelle Danner and her film Miranda’s Victim. The film tells the story of the victim in the case that led to the requirement that police read a suspect their rights upon arrest (the Miranda warning). Meek also recorded an episode of the Academic Minute podcast about her book, Consent Culture and Teen Films: Adolescent Sexuality in US Movies.
Mandela fellows pose for a group photo while wearing formal outfits and holding a fellowship banner.
Mandela Washington Fellowship Covered by Media
Massachusetts media covered two aspects of the Mandela Washington Fellowship for Young African Leaders at BSU. WCVB reported on the fellows’ community service with Dress a Girl Around the World. The Sun Chronicle highlighted a session in which the group learned about an inmate reentry program.
Joseph Seggio stands in front of a red and white backdrop.
Faculty, Student Research Spotlighted
The Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences wrote about research conducted by biological sciences Professor Joseph Seggio and several students about exposure to bright light at night. Dr. Seggio collaborated with Julie Michaud, Caitlin Waring, Fernanda Medeiros Contini, Meredith Burns, Janessa Quintana, Hannah Deane and Holly Concepcion (all now alumni), and current student John Price on the project.

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