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Posture Presentation

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As part of its Fall 2012 Guest Lecture Series, the Children's Physical Developmental Clinic is featuring a lecture "Posture and its Effect on Balance and Sport," on Saturday, Oct. 20 from 8 to 9 a.m. in Room 120 of the Center for Science & Mathematics. Terry Giove, PTR, director of rehabilitation at Hallmark Health System in Melrose, will be the speaker. For more information, visit http://www.bridgew.edu/CPDC/guest.cfm.

Gymnastics for All

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The Children's Physical Developmental Clinic is welcoming Dr. Karen Richardson, assistant professor of Movement Arts, Health Promotion and Leisure Studies at Bridgewater State University, as its featured speaker in its Fall 2012 Guest Lecture Series. Dr. Richardson will present "Gymnastics for All: A Child-Centered Approach" on Saturday, Oct. 27 from 8 to 9 a.m. in  Room 120 of the Center for Science & Mathematics. For more information, visit http://www.bridgew.edu/CPDC/guest.cfm.

Spring in their Step

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Dr. Nancy Moses has been teaching dance at BSU for 28 years. Yet, this fall marks the first full semester she and her students have a place to call their own, with the opening of BSU’s new and improved dance studio.

Back on Stage

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Mallory Walker, ’09, literally danced back to her alma mater Thursday night. Featured in a dance concert by Sokolow Now!, Ms. Walker had the chance to return to the footlights of BSU’s Campus Center stage as a professional.

“It’s like coming back home,” the North Attleboro native said.

Real Service

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Five students and five faculty and staff volunteered at Rosie’s Place in Boston as part of the Community Service Center’s Fridays of Service program. The BSU crew prepared and served lunch at the shelter, which since 1974 has provided a sanctuary for women and children experiencing poverty and homelessness.

“It is important to connect with others from all different backgrounds, experiences and means," said one of the volunteers. "It centers you with compassion, humbles you with knowledge and education, and certainly makes you grateful and appreciative.

All Signed Up!

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Students learned BSU has an involvement opportunity for just about everyone at the university’s annual Involvement Fair, which introduces students to the many campus clubs and organizations seeking new members.

Hundreds of students throughout the day in the campus center’s large ballroom traveled from table to table, speaking with representatives from fraternities and sororities, student government, intramural sports, and community service programs, among others. Some students signed up on the spot.

Counselors at Large

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Twelve graduate students in the counselor education graduate program presented at the Massachusetts School Counselors Association’s spring conference. Their research centered on issues and topics impacting preK-12 education.

Grad student presents MSW research

Wed, 2012-09-19 11:35 -- rmatheson

Patricia J Serino, who is enrolled in the master's of social work program, recently presented her research poster, "Client-Centered Care Planning," at BSU’s Graduate Research Symposium, the Massachusetts Gerontology Association's annual meeting, and at the National Research on Child and Family Practice and Policy conference, also held at BSU, which Ms. Serino also helped plan and organize. At the Mass Gerontology Meeting (which was themed "The Invisible Faces of Ageism"), the Woburn resident earned for her work one of the event’s top prizes.

Professor publishes paper on hockey

Wed, 2012-09-19 11:33 -- rmatheson

The Spanish language journal of international history, ISTOR, translated and published an article about the history of hockey by Professor Andrew Holman. Dr. Holman is a respected authority on the subject, as well as director of BSU's Canadian Studies Program, and his article, "Una bandera de tendones: el hockey sobre heilo y la historia de Canada," is featured in the journal's spring 2012 issue.

Time for Reflection

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Eid al-fitr, a celebration held throughout the world to observe the end of Ramadan, the month-long fasting that takes place annually among followers of Islam, was held last night in the Dunn Conference Center.

"Ramadan is a time for spiritual reflection as well as fasting among Muslims," said Dr. Jabbar Al-Obaidi, professor of communication studies and director of the university's Center for Middle East Studies, in opening the program.

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