In the News

  • The Honorable John J. Binienda Center for Civic Engagement Established with Donation

    Media outlets covered the renaming of Worcester State University’s Center for Service Learning and Civic Engagement in honor of the late Rep. John J. Binienda: Go Local Worcester Telegram & Gazette Worcester Business Journal MassLive.com […]

     
  • Time of Transition

    WORCESTER MAGAZINE – ​Worcester State University’s efforts to make the LGBTQ community welcome were featured in a September 11 Worcester Magazine piece on how area colleges are responding to their needs:

     
 

Around Campus

  • Faculty Art Exhibit Opens September 18

    Faculty Art Exhibit Opens September 18

    Emerging and established artists will exhibit a range of artistic styles at the 2014 Faculty Arts Exhibition at the Mary Cosgrove Dolphin Gallery. The exhibit opens September 18, with a free reception from 5 – […]

     
  • Ribbon-Cutting Celebrates Opening of New Residence and Dining Hall

    Ribbon-Cutting Celebrates Opening of New Residence and Dining Hall

    About 150 Worcester State students, officials and community members celebrated the official opening of the campus’s 150,000 square-foot Sheehan Hall, which houses 400 students and features a new fresh-food “Pulse on Dining” restaurant-style dining hall […]

     
 

Noteworthy

  • Amaryllis Siniossoglou

    Amaryllis Siniossoglou, Professor, VPA is participating with a color relief print to the Plate to Plate exhibition at the Newport Museum. Opening Reception: Friday, September 26, 2-14, 5:00 – 7:00pm.    

     
  • Stephanie Chalupka

    Stephanie Chalupka

    Dr Stephanie Chalupka (Nursing) was the keynote speaker at the chartering ceremony and inaugural induction ceremony of the Chi Theta Chapter of Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing at MCPHS University on August 1, 2014.

     
 

Announcements

  • Campus Advisory on Alleged Sexual Assault

    Last evening (September 24) a student reported an alleged armed sexual assault that happened on campus earlier in the week. An investigation is underway and is ongoing. The investigation is being undertaken jointly by Worcester […]

     
  • May Street and Chandler Magnet Schools Accept Book Donations

    May Street and Chandler Magnet Schools Accept Book Donations

    Since the spring of 2014, more than 500 books have been donated to the May Street and Chandler Magnet Elementary Schools, as part of a partnership between Worcester State University and the two schools. These […]

     
 

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