Globe Editorial Praises BSU Cybersecurity Initiative
In an editorial about the need for school districts to be better protected from cyber attacks, The Boston Globe cited BSU's cybersecurity initiative as a "promising" program that will provide cybersecurity training and threat monitoring.
Psychology Professor Speaks About Bullying
WBZ interviewed Dr. Elizabeth Englander, a psychology professor and executive director of the Massachusetts Aggression Reduction Center, as part of an article about bullying.
Alumnus Named President of Avidia Bank
The Community Advocate featured Robert Cozzone, ’94, who studied management at BSU and was recently named president and CEO of Avidia Bank.
Aviation Faculty Member Discusses Turbulence
Loren Herren, an assistant professor of aviation science, spoke with Boston 25 News about worsening turbulence.
Professor Reflects on Racial Justice Progress
Dr. T. Kevin McGowan, an associate professor of elementary and early childhood education, spoke with The Sun Chronicle about efforts on campus and in the community to foster racial and social justice. More work is needed, he told the newspaper.
Students Meet Editor of Qatar Newspaper
Students on a study tour to the Middle East toured The Peninsula, a newspaper in Qatar. The paper published a recap of their visit, which including a meeting with the editor in chief, Dr. Khalid Al-Shafi.
Biological Sciences Instructor Investigates Fish Strandings
Part-time biological sciences faculty member Carol “Krill” Carson, who founded the New England Coastal Wildlife Association, spoke to The Cape Cod Times about increasing instances of the giant fish Mola mola becoming stranded on Cape Cod beaches.
BSU Visit to Cape Verde Featured in Column
BSU President Frederick W. Clark Jr., '83, visited Cape Verde along with colleagues from the university, City of Brockton and state legislature. Brockton Chief Financial Officer Troy Clarkson, G'17, wrote a column about the trip for The Falmouth Enterprise.
Alumnus's Commitment to BSU Covered in Local Newspaper
The Fifty Plus Advocate, a newspaper serving central and eastern areas of Massachusetts, profiled Louis Ricciardi, '81, including his longstanding commitment to Bridgewater State.
Professors Discuss the 2022 Election
Dr. Brian Frederick, a political science professor, spoke about the race for Plymouth County district attorney with GBH News and The Boston Globe. Dr. Michael Kryzanek, an emeritus political science professor, discussed the role of religion in political campaigns with the National Catholic Register and candidates' decisions to release or withhold tax returns with WBUR.
Cybersecurity Efforts Highlighted on the Radio
South Shore radio station WATD covered efforts to expand cybersecurity offerings and build new facilities at BSU.
A Q and A with Dana Mohler-Faria
The Mashpee Enterprise interviewed Dr. Dana Mohler-Faria, a former BSU president, about his time leading the university.