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Dr. Brian Frederick speaks at a podium.
Professor Discusses Upcoming Election
Dr. Brian Frederick, a political science professor, spoke with The Enterprise about the upcoming election. Read his comments on presidential campaign contributions and down-ballot uncontested races
A student looks out a window.
Bridgewater Newspaper Covers New Mental Health Service
Togetherall, BSU's new 24-hour peer-to-peer mental health community, is now available. Read more about the online service in the Bridgewater Independent.
Dr. Jeanne Ingle
Education Professors' Research Featured in National Podcast
Dr. Jeanne Carey Ingle, an associate professor in the Department of Elementary and Early Childhood Education, spoke with The Academic Minute about research on teaching during the pandemic. Ingle worked with several other faculty members on the project. Listen to the podcast.
A page from the Massachusetts Chronicles book.
Massachusetts Chronicles Highlighted in Old Colony Memorial
The Massachusetts Chronicles is a new book and approach for learning state history developed in conjunction with Plymouth 400, Bridgewater State University and other partners. A class set of the book of newspaper-style articles is being distributed to schools across the state thanks to the generosity of philanthropists Bruce and Patricia Bartlett. Read more in the Old Colony Memorial.
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Alumnus' Startup Featured in The Boston Globe
Kenyan immigrant Stephen Wahome, '13, who earned a business degree from BSU, co-founded an outsourcing startup that aims to connect software developers in Africa with clients in the United States. Read more in The Boston Globe.
Tracy Charbonnier
Staffer Highlights Tips for Remote Learning in WBZ Story
Tracy Charbonnier, an education technology expert, spoke with WBZ about what parents need to know for remote learning. Read more and watch the video.
A screen shot of a senior college class taking place online
Virtual Senior College Highlighted in The Enterprise
During the pandemic, BSU's Senior College has successfully transitioned to online classes. Read more in The Enterprise.
Dr. Jeanne Ingle at her dining room table
Professor Offers Tips for Teaching During Pandemic
Dr. Jeanne Carey Ingle, an assistant professor in the Department of Elementary and Early Childhood Education, offers a positive outlook and tips on teaching online during the pandemic. Read more in eSchoolNews
Elizabeth Englander gives a speech.
Professor Discusses Returning to Classrooms on Boston 25 News
Dr. Elizabeth Englander, a professor in the Department of Psychology and executive director of the Massachusetts Aggression Reduction Center, discusses how parents and teachers can support students when they return to classrooms after pandemic-related closures. Watch the interview with Boston 25 News.
Michael Kryzanek gives a speech.
The Boston Globe Cites Emeritus Professor's Base Renaming Idea
Dr. Michael Kryzanek, a professor emeritus in the Department of Political Science, thinks one of the U.S. military bases named for a Confederate general should instead honor Army Lt. John Fox, a Black man who heroically died while fighting in World War II. Read more in The Boston Globe.
Dr. Joyce Rain Anderson
English Professor Discusses Use of Native American Names and Symbols
Dr. Joyce Rain Anderson, a professor in the Department of English, told WBZ organizations and teams should stop using Native American names and symbols. Watch the story.
Dr. Michele Meek
Communication Studies Professor Writes Piece for Ms. Magazine
Dr. Michele Meek, an assistant professor, weighed in on race and gender inequities in the film industry. Read her piece in Ms.