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WSU Students Featured in Zarah Magazine Story
September 17, 2014
A group of Worcester State students who spent ten days in Morocco were featured over the summer in an Arabic magazine, Zarah. 


Presidential Student Ambassadors Foster Partnerships in U.K. and Ireland
September 16, 2014
Two Presidential Student Ambassadors (PSAs) are helping Worcester State University administrators foster partnerships with Letterkenny Institute of Technology (LYIT) in Ireland and with the University of Worcester in England.


Homecoming Festivities See Updates Due to Construction
September 15, 2014
Join the fall fun at Homecoming on October 17 and 18, 2014! Check out the updates to the Homecoming layout, this year's scheduled events and more! 


Ribbon-Cutting Celebrates Opening of New Residence and Dining Hall
September 12, 2014
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 restaurant-style dining hall.


Joseph P. Kennedy II to Deliver Presidential Lecture
September 9, 2014
Joseph P. Kennedy II, founder of Citizens Energy Corporation, will deliver the Worcester State University Presidential Lecture on Wednesday, October 1, 2014 at 4 p.m. in the Sullivan Auditorium.


Seeing an Interconnected World in South Korea
September 3, 2014
Spencer Perry’s positive attitude helped him overcome cultural differences and language gaps during his study away experience in Seoul, South Korea. The experience of a lifetime has made him more adventurous, outgoing, and empathetic.


Conference on Denial To Bring Together Natural and Social Scientists
August 26, 2014
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 University and Clark University in Worcester.

Building Academic and Social Communities
August 13, 2014
At WSU, we want students to adjust and thrive, whether they just arrived on campus or are preparing to take 300- and 400-level courses. Living-learning communities are one way we do this for resident students.


Urban Studies & Math Departments Host Girls Inc. Program
August 7, 2014
The Urban Studies and Mathematics Departments at WSU hosted more than 60 young women from the Girls Inc. Eureka Program, a five-year program for teenage girls, focusing on STEM, leadership, health and fitness, college-readiness, and career-readiness.


WSU Alumna Follows Music City Dreams
August 4, 2014
Erin Ollis '14, made her first vocal debut as a fifth-grader at the Mayo Elementary School and is now making her dream of country music stardom a reality. Erin and her band will sing at this year's Homecoming festivities!

Project Sends Sociology Students to Tanzania
July 14, 2014
"I'd always wanted to go to Africa," said sociology major Rebekkah Lizzotte '15. "So when my professors told us about a study abroad opportunity in Tanzania, I jumped at it."


Awards, Accolades, and Honors
Worcester State students, faculty and staff do wonderful things every day! See recent noteworthy accomplishments here. 

Your Alma Mater in the News
Our alma mater was featured in various new articles this month!
Faculty Art Exhibit Now Open
September 18, 2014
Emerging and established artists exhibit a range of artistic styles at the 2014 Faculty Arts Exhibition.


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