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Bones and More

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Anthropology students gathered in the Rondileau Campus Center for the department’s 8th annual Undergraduate Research Symposium to share some of their scholarly work.

As usual, the student presentations covered a wide variety of topics. This year was no different. Trains, bones, a Patriot’s Place bar, Cambodia, digging an ancient hearth, and Australian Aborigine art were the subjects presented.

Sweet Read

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Dr. Matthew Batt visited the BSU campus to read from his recently published memoir, Sugarhouse: Turning the Neighborhood Crackhouse into Home Sweet Home.

A Very Good Year

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The accomplishments and dedication of dozens of faculty, librarians and staff members were honored at the ninth annual Awards for Academic Excellence. Recognized were those who have completed significant scholarly publications and creative work, as well as 2013’s major academic award recipients. This year’s awardees were:

Talk on US Diplomacy

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"U.S. Diplomacy in the 21st Century: A Special Look at the Middle East" will be discussed by retired U.S. Ambassador Margaret Scobey at the fourth presentation of the John Quincy Adams Foreign Affairs Distinguished Speaker Series. Her talk will be Wednesday, April 24, starting at 3:30 p.m. in Maxwell Library's Heritage Room. Ambassador Scobey served as U.S. Ambassador to Egypt from 2008-11 and was present during the fall of Mubarak. She also served as ambassador to Syria, political counselor of Baghdad, and deputy chief of mission in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, as well as many other assignments.

Excellence in the Classroom

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In what has become an annual tradition, President Dana Mohler-Faria and members of the cabinet paid a surprise visit to the classrooms of two faculty members to present each with one of the institution’s top honors.

Dr. Ward Heilman, professor of mathematics, is the 2013 recipient of the President's Award for Distinguished Teaching.

Dr. Kathleen Laquale, professor in the Department of Movement Arts, Health Promotion and Leisure Studies, is the 2013 recipient of the President's Award for Distinguished Teaching.

Marathon Tragedy Hits Home

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Megan Gomes, ’13, and her parents had been standing near the finish line of the Boston Marathon most of the day waiting to cheer on a family friend who was running in honor of Megan’s late brother, Kevin. The psychology major even took a photo of the spot: It was across the street from the Boston Public Library, along a line of flags.
 
That spot has since become famous, or infamous: It is where the first of two bombs exploded at 2:50 p.m. Monday.
 

Music Ensemble in Concert

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The Textures Chamber Music Ensemble will present a concert entitled "Seeing Double" on Thursday, April 18, from 8 to 10 p.m. in Boyden Hall's Horace Mann Auditorium. The event is open to the campus community and public free of charge. Student musicians will perform lively music by French composers Faure and Ravel as well as scenes from the much-loved musical, "The Secret Garden."

'Northern Sovereignties'

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"Northern Sovereignties" is the title of the Canadian Studies 2013 Spring Symposium, which will be held Thursday, April 18, starting at 9:45 a.m. in Maxwell Library's Heritage Room. The campus community and public is eligible to attend the morning-long symposium, which will focus on the plight of Arctic and subarctic First Nations, new areas of debate between Canada and the United States, and new possibilities for Quebec's future. Invited speakers are Dr. Marianne Stenbaek of McGill University, Dr. Adam Lajeunesse of the University of Calgary, Dr.

Author, Architect Featured

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Dr. Suad Amiry, author and architect, will present a talk entitled "Sharon and My Mother-in-Law: A Palestinian Architect Turned 'Hakawati' or Storyteller" on Tuesday, April 16 in Maxwell Library's Heritage Room. The event, which starts at 12:30 is open to the campus community and general public. Dr. Amiry is the founder of Riwaq, the Center for the Preservation of Cultural Heritage in the West Bank. She is the author of Nothing to Lose by Your Life, Menopausal Palestine and the soon-to-be-released Golda Slept Here. Following her talk, Dr.

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Awards for Excellence recognizes ‘highest achievement’
Apr 24
Mike Verlezza, ’13, earns Fulbright student award to study healthcare in Canada
Apr 23
Head monk, Ven Mongkol Kuapool, seated left, of the Thai Temple in Raynham, with his fellow monks
Apr 22
May 5

The College of Graduate Studies will hold an information session Monday, May 5 at 5:30...

May 14

Bridgewater State University will hold its Ninth Annual Graduate Commencement Convocation...

May 17

Bridgewater State University will hold its 173rd Spring Commencement Convocation on Saturday,...

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