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Faculty Life & Development

As a student-centered university focused primarily on excellence in teaching, Bridgewater State is committed to the professional development of its full-time and part-time faculty and librarians. This commitment is provided to them through all stages of their careers and across all disciplines and in all relevant areas of professional attainment, including teaching, scholarship and work/life balance.

Through faculty development, we aim to establish and sustain a community of teacher-scholars and a university culture that values, promotes, and rewards meaningful professional growth.

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The Office of Teaching and Learning (OTL) provides exceptional support to faculty and librarians for innovation in teaching and learning through workshops, grants and consultations with individuals and departments. 
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The Center for the Advancement of Research and Scholarship (CARS) promotes individual, collaborative and interdisciplinary scholarship through grants and engaging activities.
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The Faculty Advocacy Network (FAN) provides one-on-one collaborative and group support to Bridgewater State University faculty at all phases of their careers. 

Bridgewater Review

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Volume 39, Issue 1 (2020)

The Bridgewater Review is published twice a year by the faculty and librarians of Bridgewater State University.

In this issue: Felice Bryant and Country Music Songwriting in the 1950s; Shuji Isawa and Bridgewater State Normal School, 1875-1878; Scholar-activist Anthropology in Nepal: Radical Women Artists on the Liberation Front; and more.

Featured News

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Faculty Focus
Professor Matt Bell holds up book he edited and contributed to
Taking Another Look

English professor reflects on the varied aspects of ‘The Boys in the Band’

Faculty Focus
Professor of Sociology Kimbery Fox
Fulbright Future
Sociology Professor to study in Sweden

Contact Us

Academic Affairs

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131 Summer Street
Bridgewater, MA 02325