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Nelson Mandela Service

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As world leaders gather in Soweto today to memorialize Nelson Mandela and his many commitments to racial harmony, social justice, human rights and peace, the Bridgewater State University Community will gather at 12:30 p.m. in Boyden Hall's Horace Mann Auditorium to honor his life and legacy. As part of the program, the audience will view a short video tribute to his life and hear from several prominent South African members of the campus community. The public is invited to attend.

Training the Trainer

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The Massachusetts Aggression Reduction Center at Bridgewater State University will hold a conference entitled "Training the Trainer, Bullying & Cyberbullying Prevention," on Thursday, Dec. 12. MARC director and founder, Dr. Elizabeth K. Englander, will present the professional development program designed for K-12 faculty and staff in the Rondileau Campus Center at BSU from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. The cost is $150 per person and includes lunch and take-away materials. For more information, call 508.531.1784 or visit www.MARCcenter.org.

Safe Bet

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It’s always a safe bet for any student to partake of the full slate of offerings during his or her college years. For one alumna, her time at Bridgewater allowed her to develop a host of skills, in and out of the classroom, that helped her career, making her today one of the leading players in guiding casino gaming in Massachusetts.

“What really helped me is the discipline that comes with being a student-athlete,” said Gayle Cameron, ’78, one of the state’s gaming commissioners, a panel charged with awarding three gaming licenses.

Gathering Spot

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Want to keep up with Bridgewater State University on the social sphere? University News has unveiled an updated, user-friendly social media mash-up page for both external and internal audiences, including prospective students, current students, alumni, faculty and staff. The new social media mash-up centralizes active accounts from across campus.

High Achievers

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In school, as in life, it pays to shoot for the moon.

For Jeremy Foote, ’14, that moon happens to be a little farther away than the one you think of first. His is one of the moons in a ring around Saturn. And getting a NASA space grant to study one of those rings this semester, has been like playing in the big leagues.

“For me, NASA is the NFL or the MLB of the scientific community, and what person would not want that chance,” said the BSU senior.

Building a Nation

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Akec Khoc Aciew, ambassador to the United States from the Republic of South Sudan, the world’s newest nation, visited campus and told the audience assembled in the Rondileau Campus Center about his people’s long road to freedom. “My country, in its efforts to achieve independence, suffered many hardships but there is euphoria today among the people of South Sudan who finally enjoy freedom and democracy,” he said.

Key Grants Received

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The university is the recipient of three state grants that will help fund several key initiatives.

The awards include: a $196,527 individual grant and a $508,667 consortium grant, both from the Vision Project Performance Incentive Fund. The latter amount is to be shared with Bristol, Cape Cod, and Massasoit Community Colleges. Additionally, BSU received $173,969 from the State University Internship Incentive program.

BSU Week in Review - 11/18 - 11/24

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This week’s edition features Tent City, Thanksgiving in Flynn Dining Commons (Tilly), A Visit to the State House, and the English Department’s Visiting Author Series with Andre Dubus III. (Videos and photos by students Travis Garlick, Brian Zayas, Erin O'Leary, Nick Allende; edited by Yvana Osborne and Nick Allende, University News).  

Lobster Tales

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Students in the first-year seminar course, “Lobster Tales,” got a close-up glimpse into the fishing industry during a class trip to New Bedford. Dr. Eduardo Perez, assistant professor of sociology, traveled with his students to Oceans Fleet Fisheries, the nation’s largest producer of fresh North Atlantic sea scallops, to tie classroom learning into real-life experiences. From this outing, the university is now working toward partnering with Oceans Fleet for upcoming internship opportunities.

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