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Green Careers Fair


Name: Catherine Popp

Email: cpopp@worcester.edu



Wednesday, March 6, 2019, 10:00 AM-3:30 PM

Explore environmental careers and visit employers who will exhibit their programs and discuss internship and job opportunities. Meet representatives from Mass Audubon, USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service, MassHire Central Career Center, Massachusetts Water Works Association, Central Massachusetts Regional Planning Commission, Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection, and more. Open to ALL Majors.

Green Careers Fair
10:00 - 2:00
Sheehan Hall Lobby

Resume & Job Search Workshop
12:30 - 2:30
Sheehan Hall Multipurpose Room

Green Careers Panel
2:30 - 3:30
Sheehan Hall Multipurpose Room

Sponsored by the Department of Earth, Environment and Physics (DEEP) and Career Services. For more information, contact Catherine Popp at: cpopp@worcester.edu or 508-929-8583.

Share Your Scholarly Research and Creative Work!

Name: Henry Theriault
Email: htheriault@worcester.edu

If you have a project you have been working with a professor on, are doing a capstone project, or have some other exciting research, creative, or civic engagement project, then these are two great opportunities this spring to showcase your work. The WSU Celebration of Scholarship and Creativity is scheduled for April 17, 2019. The WSU Celebration is open to both graduate and undergraduate students. The registration deadline for the WSU Celebration is 3 pm on March 1, 2019.

For more information or to submit your application to present at the Celebration of Scholarship and Creativity, go to https://www.worcester.edu/SP-Celebration-of-Scholarship-and-Creativity/.

Art Exhibit

Name: Lyn Branscomb
Email: lbranscomb@worcester.edu

Pop-up Art Exhibit - March 5-8
Spring hasn't popped up yet, but art is popping up on March 5 - 8 in the Gallery, in the Ghosh Science and Tech Bldg. See student drawings the Life Studio course with Cathy Wilcox-Titus and a variety of media from VP300 with Stacey Parker.

The Gallery opens March 5 - 8 from 11 a.m. - 5 p.m.

The Swinging 60s

Name: Lyn Branscomb
Email: lbranscomb@worcester.edu


WSU Chorale Delivers on the Swinging 60s - March 7
Accompanied by the Bobby Gadoury Trio, the WSU Chorale offers up tunes from the 60s, including Aretha and the Beatles to the Stones and the Supremes. It's an evening of Rock, Motown and Soul. The event takes place on March 7 at 7 p.m. at El Basha at 256 Park Ave. Worcester. Tickets are $10. Food and beverage can be purchased separately at El Basha. For information contact isimpson@worcester.edu. Connect with VPA on social media - Facebook @VPAatWorcesterState, Twitter and Instagram @WSUVPA.
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2019 Global Action Fair

Name: Vicki Gruzynski

Email: vgruzynski@worcester.edu

2019 Global Action Fair
Tuesday, March 19, 2019, from 9:30 am - 3:30 pm
Blue Lounge in the Student Center

The Global Action Fair is a day to connect WSU community members with global issues, resources, and social justice opportunities on campus, in Worcester, and around the world. This year's theme, "Global Connections and Disconnections" invites participants to consider the many ways in which humans around the world are connected and disconnected or even unconnected, interconnected, reconnected, or missed connected.

Stop by between classes for snacks, music, 5 minute teach-ins, create your own spice blends, and much more!


The Princeton Review Undergraduate Student Survey

Name: Julie, Kazarian

Email: julie.kazarian@worcester.edu

Greetings WSU Students!


The Princeton Review requests your direct feedback about your experience at Worcester State University. Your insights on academics, fellow students, social life, sports, clubs, school traditions, professor/student interaction, dorms, food (you’re getting the picture here) provide invaluable guidance for college bound students searching for their best fit schools.


Take our online student opinion survey here.


It takes only a few minutes to complete. All college students completing the survey have a chance to win one of one hundred $50.00 Amazon gift cards.[1]

Your anonymous feedback drives the narrative, rankings and ratings inherent to many of The Princeton Review’s college admissions titles and website.

Thanks for the time and for sharing your unique perspective on your college experience!


The Princeton Review

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New York, NY 10017

StudentSurvey@review.com