Featured: In the News

  • ELL spells ‘success’ for English-learning students

    TELEGRAM TOWNS — In conjunction with African Community Education and Latino Education Institute, the schools chose more than 50 English-language learners from seventh and eighth grades to participate in the program, held at Worcester State University and taught by teachers specially trained in

     
  • The magnetic pull of smartphones

    The magnetic pull of smartphones

    TELEGRAM & GAZETTE — Worcester State University psychology professor Champika K. Soysa, Department of Psychology, co-author of “Social Capital, Self-Esteem, Popularity, Need for Accessibility to Friends, and Stress Predict Cyber Technology Use,” studied the fascination people have with their smartphones.

     
 

Around Campus:

  • Urban Studies and Mathematics Departments Host Girls Inc. Eureka Program

    Urban Studies and Mathematics Departments Host Girls Inc. Eureka Program

    In late July, the Urban Studies and Mathematics Departments at Worcester State University hosted more than 60 young women from the Girls Inc. Eureka Program.  A five-year program for teenage girls, the Eureka Program “focuses […]

     
  • SpencerBANK Donates $5,000 to Worcester State Foundation

    SpencerBANK Donates $5,000 to Worcester State Foundation

    SpencerBANK donated $5,000 as part of a 3-year, $15,000 pledge to the Worcester State Foundation. This donation will go toward the Foundation’s annual scholarship program and will be used to assist students overcome financial barriers.

     
 

Featured: Noteworthy

  • Stephanie Chalupka

    Dr. Stephanie Chalupka is co-author of the Op-Ed Highlighting the Health Benefits of Reducing Greenhouse Gas Emissions published on Atlantic-community.org Atlantic-community.org is the first online foreign policy think tank, and is primarily focused on issues […]

     
  • Dept. of Communication Sciences & Disorders Program with WAM Recognized as National Model

    The Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders docent program with the Worcester Art Museum has been recognized as a national model by the American Speech-Language Hearing Association, which has accepted a poster on the project […]

     
 

Featured: 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:  […]

     
 

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