Continuing Studies Events

BSU Attleboro Information Session

BSU Attleboro information session

Restart your educational journey by completing your BS in Management at our BSU Attleboro location, conveniently located just minutes from downtown Attleboro. Learn about our Management degree program, the Admissions and credit transfer process at this informative session. 

No application fee: We are waiving our application fee for attendees at our information session.

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BSU Cape Cod Ask the Professor lecture series

Join us for this special speaker series. Each event will kick off with a lecture, and then you will have an opportunity to ask questions and get to know our faculty in an informal setting.

FREE and open to the public.
Held at BSU Cape Cod
1175 Route 28
South Yarmouth, MA 02664


RSVP is helpful, but not required.

Bitcoin: Demystified!
Ward Heilman, PhD, Professor, Mathematics and Computer Science
Date: Thursday, October 18, 6-7 pm

In this lecture Bitcoin will be demystified. Participants will learn about Bitcoin and the interplay of clever computer science, social engineering and cryptography creates a method to implement this cryptocurrency using distributed consensus and decentralization.

The 25 Issues that Shape American Politics
Michael Kryzanek, PhD, Professor Emeritus of Political Science
Date: Monday, October 29, 6-7 pm

This lecture will provide an overview of the 25 issues affecting American politics and policy today. These key issues reflect the ideas, principles, concerns, fears, morals, and hopes of the American people.

Genealogy Myths and Legends
Michael Brophy, MBA, Part-Time Faculty, Management Science
Date: Thursday, November 1, 6-7 pm

This lecture explains and debunks some of the popular fiction about Genealogy and Family History. Such as can you can do your whole family history on the internet?  Well researched proof will be presented to explain these myths.

Cyber Bullying and Digital Behaviors
Meghan McCoy, EdD, Manager of Programs, Massachusetts Aggression Reduction Center (MARC), Bridgewater State University
Date: Thursday, November 8, 6-7 pm

Participants will gain an understanding of the most common forms of social cruelty kids are engaging in online and off. Practical strategies for preventing bullying will be provided and participants will leave with a deeper understanding and higher level of confidence in dealing with issues that arise.

African American Woman and the Second Great Migration
Presenter: Lisa Krissoff Boehm, PhD, Dean College of Graduate Studies
Date: Thursday, November 15, 6-7 pm

Dr. Krissoff Boehm's presentation will draw on the conclusions of her book, Making a Way out of No Way: African American Women and the Second Great Migration. Over ten years, Boehm interviewed women who migrated from the rural South to the urban North in the Second Great Migration. Learn how these women met great challenges that confronted them and what lessons they learned along the way.