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‘War and Peace’

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Padraig O'Malley, the John Joseph Moakley Distinguished Professor of Peace and Reconciliation at the University of Massachusetts-Boston, came to campus to deliver his talk, “War & Peace: Illusions We Comfort Ourselves With.” The address was part of the first John Quincy Adams Foreign Affairs Distinguished Speaker series.

Asian Perspectives

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The Association for Asian Studies brought to campus its New England Regional Conference 2013.

Spread over the better part of two days, the event brought together scholars from across the United States. Institutions represented included BSU, Harvard, Yale and many others.

Second Sight

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Tyler Holloway, ’14, with the help of his mentor, physics Professor Ed Deveney, has built an optical trap. The project is something usually undertaken by graduate students, however, he and his mentor believe optics are a growing and important field. So last summer, Tyler built BSU’s first-ever optical trap as part of an ATP research project.

Managing Well

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The Careers in Management Panel Program brought to campus executives from State Street Bank, Ocean Spray, AccuRounds and Enterprise Rent-A-Car. Each discussed his or her management career with an eye toward helping students find the right path in their chosen field.

Water World

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Dr. Diana Fox, professor of anthropology, screened her new documentary, Earth, Water, Woman: Community and Sustainability in Trinidad and Tobago, for a campus audience. The film tells the inspiring story of how Trinidad’s Akilah Jaramogi and her family restored a forest ecosystem bringing clean water to their village.

Opportunity Knocking

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 The Internship & Job Fair was held, bringing more than 60 organizations to campus. Participating companies included MediTech, Nestle Waters North America, New York Life Financial Services, Old Colony Elder Services and the Peace Corps. (Photos by Steve Rowell, '17, University Advancement)

A Touch of ‘Downton’

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Dr. Tom Mickey, retired professor of communication studies and a master gardener, read from and discussed his new book, America’s Romance with the English Garden (Ohio University Press). A book signing completed the evening. (Photo by Michelle Hacunda, '12, University Advancement)

East meets West

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The legacy of Shuji Isawa, class of 1877 at what was then Bridgewater State Normal School, who later returned to his native Japan where he is considered the father of teacher education, was celebrated in a series of events held recently at BSU.

The three programs – a theatrical performance, a lecture, and a concert – brought together a range of talent from Japan and the United States.

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