In the News

  • Time of Transition

    ​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:
    http://worcestermag.com/2014/09/11/time-transition/27145

     
  • Experts say report about Worcester drivers misses mark

    Worcester State University mathematician Richard Bisk, who teaches a class in using mathematics to model real-world situations, noted that the Allstate rankings are based on the location of accidents — not where the driver lives.

     
 

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

  • 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.

     
  • Honee Hess

    Worcester Center for Crafts Executive Director Honee Hess is the recipient of the 33rd ArtsWorcester Award, which recognizes those who have made “exceptional contributions” to the artistic and cultural life of Worcester, according to the […]

     
 

Announcements

  • Planting the Seed Foundation Seeks Back-to-School Items

    Planting the Seed Foundation Seeks Back-to-School Items

    Planting the Seed Foundation is seeking back-to-school donations to benefit area needy school children. Worcester State University alumni helped establish the foundation.

     
  • Grand Opening of Sheehan Hall

    Grand Opening of Sheehan Hall

    Mark your calendar so you can help the campus celebrate the opening of the Sheehan Residence Hall, with its six stories, 400 student beds and the dramatic glass-fronted 600-seat dining hall overlooking Coughlin Field. Date:  […]

     
 

Beyond the Traditional Classroom

 

Our News

  • Joseph P. Kennedy II to Deliver Presidential Lecture

    Joseph P. Kennedy II to Deliver Presidential Lecture

    Joseph P. Kennedy II, founder of Citizens Energy Corporation, will deliver the Worcester State University Presidential Lecture on Wed., Oct. 1 at 4 p.m. in the Sullivan Auditorium. Free and open to the public, the […]

     
  • Conference on Denial To Bring Together Natural and Social Scientists

    Conference on Denial To Bring Together Natural and Social Scientists

    Four academic centers and institutions have teamed up to organize a conference on “Manufacturing Denial and the Assault on Scholarship and Truth,” to be held on Friday and Saturday, October 24-25, 2014, at Worcester State […]