News & Events

Apr
20
Art professor discusses his sculpture on display in Providence

BSU Art professor Rob Lorenson discusses his sculpture "Textured Gear" which is on display along the Providence River in Rhode Island. Read more in Providence Monthly.

Apr
19
BSU adding equestrian as varsity sport

The BSU women's equestrian program is moving from a club sport to the varsity level.  Read more in The Enterprise.

Apr
18
BSU staff member runs Boston Marathon to benefit inner city kids

Dr. Ed Cabellon, Director of Administration for Student Affairs and Enrollment Management, ran his second Boston marathon raising money for Tenacity Inc. Read more in the Bridgewater Independent.

Apr
4
History professor participates in archaeological discovery

Dr. Michael Ierardi, BSU professor of history and part of a team of scholars working with the Lechaion Harbor and Settlement Land Project, is studying the rare discovery of 1,500-year-old bronze coins in the harbor of the ancient Greek city of Corinth. Read more in articles by Newsweek and LiveScience.

Jan
26
BSU staff member showcases World War posters

Orson Kingsley, BSU Head of Archives and Special Collections, discusses his exhibit "The Art of Propaganda: Posters of World War I and II." Read more at The Sun Chronicle.

Feb
21
Psychology professor interviewed in wake of Florida school shooting

Dr. Elizabeth Englander, BSU professor of psychology and founding director of the Massachusetts Aggression Reduction Center, spoke to Radio Boston about what communities can do to prevent school shootings. Listen to the interview.

Feb
12
BSU professor weighs in on highest credit score

Professor Madhavi Venkatesan provides advice about aiming for the highest credit score. Read more at WalletHub.

Jan
3
Economics professor provides expert advice

Professor Madhavi Venkatesan is a featured expert in WalletHub's article on cash back credit cards.

Read more at WalletHub.

Dec
11
BSU staff member, Mary Waldron, spearheaded annual Operation Wreaths for Veterans

Mary Waldron, Director of BSU Institute for Policy Analysis and Regional Engagement (IPARE), and Operation Wreaths for Veterans largest crowd of volunteers laid 1500 wreaths at the graves of veterans in Brockton's Melrose Cemetery. See coverage by WCVB Channel 5.

Nov
9
BSU student re-elected Brockton City Councilor

BSU student Jack Lally, who was 18 when elected to his first term, was overwhelmingly re-elected for a second term as City Councilor. Read more in The Enterprise.

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