In the News

  • Traffic study in the works for Worcester State U. area

    TELEGRAM & GAZETTE – Carl Herrin, Assistant to the President for International, Community, and Government Affairs, is quoted in a Telegram and Gazette article about a proposed city traffic study of the Chandler/May Street area.

  • Worcester Education Collaborative celebrates progress, girds for challenges

    TELEGRAM & GAZETTE – The Latino Education Institute at Worcester State University was mentioned in a Page 1 story in the Telegram and Gazette for its partnership with the Worcester Education Collaborative. The two organizations have been working to raise awareness about the disproportionate impact of suspensions on students of color, who live in poverty, or have special needs.


Around Campus

  • Expert to Speak on Ebola and Global Public Health

    Expert to Speak on Ebola and Global Public Health

    On Monday, November 24, 2014 from 12:30 to 2:30 p.m. in the Blue Lounge of the Student Center, Dr. Marape Marape will speak about public fear, global health institutions, the tracking of and response to […]

  • Worcester State University Raises Awareness on Hunger Crisis

    Worcester State University Raises Awareness on Hunger Crisis

    The message was clear: One in every six Americans struggles with hunger, in a nation where the most affordable foods are often the unhealthiest, and many end up turning to food banks for a decent […]



  • Heather Treseler

    Dr. Heather Treseler (English) has an essay, “The Subjective Correlative: the Poet as Pedagogue,” featured in the newest issue of The Worcester Review, Volume 35, Michael Harper, Sacred Geometries, guest-edited by Anthony Walton and Elizabeth […]

  • Stephen Morreale and Hye-Sun Kim

    At the Executive Office of Public Safety and the Massachusetts Department of Correction’s annual Excellence Award ceremony, the WSU Criminal Justice Department was presented with the Innovations in Public Safety Partnership Award. Several faculty members, […]



  • Our Town Completely Sells Out

    Our Town Completely Sells Out

    The Visual and Performing Art Department’s production of Our Town ​​completely sold out for its four performances Nov. 13-16. This innovative, immersive production, which had the audience on stage with the actors, drew enthusiastic responses […]

  • Stay Alert with WSU’s RAVE System

    Stay Alert with WSU’s RAVE System

    Update your cell phone and other information today via the WSU Alert System or via the MyWSU portal in order to to receive real-time text, email and social media notifications for campus closures, delays, and emergencies.  With the […]


Beyond the Traditional Classroom

  • (from left to right) Carol B.  Donnelly, Mary Margaret Ladd Mara, Raynold M. Lewis

    State Recognizes Alumna and Chandler Magnet Educator for Teaching Excellence

    At a State House ceremony today, the State Universities of Massachusetts honored eight of the Commonwealth’s outstanding pre-K-12 educators who graduated from the system’s teacher preparation programs. Mary-Margaret Ladd Mara, who teaches pre-kindergarten at the […]

  • Eyes Wide Open on Sustainability and Food Issues

    Eyes Wide Open on Sustainability and Food Issues

    The Worcester State community was out in full force last week for the 7th annual Sustainability and Food Day Fair. From teach-in talks such as “Food Policy Matters!” and “Antarctica, I’m Melting!,” to vendors such […]


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