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Student drops off test at BSU COVID testing site
Covid Myth Busters

The pandemic’s end may be in sight, but safety protocols remain necessary

Dr. Melissa Winchell
Taking Action
Education professor’s work addresses both the pandemic and racial issues
Dr. Andrea Cayson,  Dr. Heather Pacheco-Guffrey and Dr. Melissa Winchell
Survey Says...

A team of BSU faculty members conduct one of the first surveys in the country of K-12 teachers and the impact of COVID-19

Donald Larson, ’11, Richard Stang, ’20, and Erica English, ’21
Answering the Call
With anxiety and desperation on the increase as a result of COVID-19, these Bears are providing support working local helplines
Globe sculpture in front of Boyden Hall with U.S. flag
Serving the Vulnerable
Senior’s graduation postponed while he helps veterans and others in time of crisis
Sean Peters, G’18
Always Responsive
Alumnus discusses what it's like to be on the front lines
Laura Knapik, ’15
Supporting Role
Alumna’s organization stepped up when Maine’s medical workers themselves needed help
 Ludmila Silva, ’20
Shelter in the Storm
Social work graduate helped Father Bill’s clients through height of pandemic
Chris Laguerre, ’17
Playing His Part
Chris Laguerre, ’17, worked in a Boston hospital during the spring peak of the pandemic
Jean B. Mercredy, ’22
Student Perspective: Jean B. Mercredy, ’22
While no one can say when the COVID-19 pandemic will ease, Jean B. Mercredy is already looking forward to that day.
We've Got this printed on the fabric used for masks
Safety by Design

Employee creating face masks for campus’ essential workers

Students in posed photos studying abroad and on spring break
A True Homecoming

University helps students overseas return to U.S. amid pandemic

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