Some students at Fall River's Durfee High School take classes at BSU through Massachusetts' early college program. Read more in The Herald News.
Faculty Member Comments on Labor Shortage
Dr. Todd Harris, an associate professor of management and marketing, spoke with The Enterprise and the Taunton Daily Gazette about the causes of the labor shortage and what companies should do in response. Read more.
Professor Discusses School Mask Policies
Dr. Melissa Winchell, an associate professor in the Department of Secondary Education & Professional Programs, spoke with The Sun Chronicle about masks, mental health and finding reliable COVID-19 information. Read more.
Political Science Professor Comments on Size of U.S. House
Dr. Brian Frederick spoke about whether the number of representatives in the U.S. House should be higher. Read more in Bloomberg News and FiveThirtyEight.
Biological Sciences Research Highlighted
The Enterprise wrote about Dr. Caitlin Fisher-Reid, an associate professor of biological sciences, and her project to capture images of wildlife on campus. Read more.
The Patriot Ledger published a story about Brian DelloRusso, '21, who proposed to his girlfriend just before the ceremony. Also, view many photos from Saturday's celebration of 2021 graduates in The Enterprise.
Social Work Professor Discusses Mass Incarceration
In an interview with Ms. magazine, Judith Willison, an associate professor of social work, said social workers must understand social justice issues and human rights violations and work to reduce mass incarceration. Read more.
Emeritus Professor Pens Gardening Book
The Boston Globe highlighted Dr. Thomas Mickey’s new book, All About Flowers: James Vick's Nineteenth-Century Seed Company. Mickey taught communication studies at BSU. Read more.
Burnell Hall Renovation Featured in The Enterprise
The Enterprise covered the recently announced major renovation of Burnell Hall. Read more.
Education Professors Discuss Future of Remote Learning
Drs. Melissa Winchell and Anne Hird of the Department of Secondary Education & Professional Programs spoke to The Sun Chronicle about how online education may look after the COVID-19 pandemic. Read more.
Dance student, professor quoted in The Boston Globe
Kaylee Lambert, '22, and Dr. Jody Weber spoke about virtual connections taking place in the dance community during the COVID-19 pandemic. Read more.
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