By Heather Harris Michonski | October 31, 2019
This time of year, bats are commonly used to scare up Halloween fun, but Bridgewater State University biology instructor Maria Armour insists these mammals are not to be feared.
“Bats are not scary, blood-sucking, rabies-infested animals, the total opposite is true, they are a very unique order of animals,” she said.
Armour would know, she’s been intrigued by them ever since studying the morphology of bat wings while pursuing her master’s degree in 2001 in New York City.
By Heather Harris Michonski | October 23, 2019
When it comes to undergraduate research programs, Bridgewater State University can now say it offers one of the best in the country.
This exciting news comes from the Council on Undergraduate Research (CUR) who recently made the announcement and will present its 2019 Campus-Wide Award for Undergraduate Research Accomplishments (AURA) to Bridgewater State University on January 24, 2020 at the CUR Executive Board reception during the annual meeting of the Association of American Colleges and Universities in Washington, DC.
By Heather Harris Michonski | July 24, 2019
Veterans and military members already know Bridgewater State University is leading the way when it comes to supporting them and their educational goals. Now the news is spreading.
By Heather Harris Michonski | June 28, 2019
Soldier, Bridgewater State student, Hollywood actor, it’s fair to say that Gregory Schwabe, ’09, has led an unconventional life.
Opting for the road less traveled has brought Schwabe success and interactions with both world leaders and entertainment heavyweights.
During his military career, he served as the chief of the counterintelligence analysis section of United States Forces Korea. For several years, he worked alongside world officials as a counterintelligence agent fighting terrorism.