What's Happening At Woo U!

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The virtual 2020 Celebration of Scholarship and Creativity is now going on.

As you might know, every year, for one day in April, Worcester State University's campus comes alive with student research and creative activity. Presentations, exhibitions, performances, and posters showcase the wonderful talents of Worcester State students as they share the amazing research and creative work they have done under the guidance of our devoted faculty members.

Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, we were not able to have our regular in-person program. So, the conference went online. Everyone in the Worcester State community can share in the impressive achievements of our graduate and undergraduate students. This year, from biotechnology to sociology, from history to occupational therapy, and everything in between, the projects are fascinating. To see the different projects online, go to

https://worcester.swivle.cloud/

and use the password

worcester20

Please enjoy this welcome celebration of student achievement.

If you have any questions, please contact me at htheriault@worcester.edu.

Be Well at Home!

Did you know you have FREE access to a wide variety of classes, activities, contests and other engagements? Visit wsulancers.com/virtualrecwellness for access to LIVE Zumba and DDPYoga classes, and great recorded Yoga classes and quick "Yoga Breaks." No equipment at home? No problem, we have everyone covered. Check out the page, follow us on social media too. Be Well!

Worcester State University Library Services for Summer Session

Taking classes this summer? Working on research? Library staff are available to assist you throughout the Summer I and Summer II sessions! The Ask a Librarian page (http://libguides.worcester.edu/askus) provides all the ways you can contact Library Staff, including chat from Monday through Friday from 10 AM to 4 PM.

Liaison librarians are available throughout the summer to meet with students virtually to work on research projects! Not sure which librarian is your department's liaison? Check here: http://libguides.worcester.edu/faculty/liaisons

Many of the library's resources are accessible online through our library website: https://www.worcester.edu/Library. If you are unable to access an article or electronic book, please send an email to libaccessrpt@worcester.edu.

To learn more about additional Library services during COVID-19, visit http://libguides.worcester.edu/library_resources_services_during_COVID-19.

$5,000 Scholarships for Student Entrepreneurship Ambassadors

All majors encouraged to apply! Join a group of student ambassadors on a journey of inspiration, innovation, and impact. Members of the Student Entrepreneurship Ambassadors Program develop an entrepreneurial mindset and leadership abilities through experiences and skills-based training. Plus, their access to a supportive network helps them bring their ideas to life.

Each Student ?Entrepreneurship Ambassador is eligible to receive a $2,500 scholarship in year one and in year two of the program. In the third year of the program, participants complete an internship or project for a partner company. Participants with a vetted venture idea may be eligible for startup seed fund grants of up to $1000 in year three of the program.

For more information or to apply, visit: https://www.worcester.edu/Center-for-Entrepreneurship/

WSU Chorale Presents "Back to the 90s" with the Bobby Gadoury Trio

Name: Andrea Binnick
Email: abinnick@worcester.edu

The Worcester State University Chorale Presents "Back to the 90s" with the Bobby Gadoury Trio

The Worcester State University Chorale will showcase a variety of 90s song favorites at 7 p.m. on Thursday, March 5 at El Basha, 256 Park Avenue in Worcester. Tickets are $10 and tend to go fast for this fun night! Contact Amanda at a_buma@hotmail.com to purchase tickets. Any tickets not sold prior to the event will be available at the door. Food and drink will also be available. A listing of WSU chorale performers and their respective 90s hit selections is as follows:

Shayne MacKenna - "Daniel" by Elton John
Ireland Weber - "You Get What You Give" by New Radicals
Amanda MacPhee - "Foolish Games" by Jewel
Anna Morticelli - "Heart Shaped Box" by Nirvana
Caitlin Ulmer - "More Than Words" by Extreme
Alex Gardner - "It's All Coming Back to Me" by Celine Dion
Haley Brann - "Zombie" by Cranberries
Alexis Ramos - "Kiss Me" by Sixpence None the Richer
Jenn Jerome - "Killing Me Softly" by the Fugees
Ruchama Hilaire - "End of the Road" by Boyz II Men
Luke Collins - "Closing Time" by Semisonic
Renee Mercier - "Adia" by Sarah MacLachlan
Eric Nerkowski - "If I Can't Love Her," from Beauty and the Beast
Julia Fetherolf - "Hold On," by Wilson Phillips
Brittany Caracciolo - "Just a Girl," by No Doubt
Ellie and Matt Weagle - "Don't Know Much," as sung by Ronstadt and Neville
Nicole Dougherty - "Angel" by Sarah MacLachlan
Mallory Breen - "I'll Stand By You" by The Pretenders

Summer Internships and Volunteer Ops

The Worcester Voter Registration Initiative is looking for student interns and volunteers to work on the census and voter registration. Trainings begin June 8. For more information, contact Kenneth Amoah: kamoah@umass.edu.

Invitation to participate in an anonymous survey related to COVID-19

Dear students, you are invited to participate in a research study titled "Education, Adjustment, and Well-Being During Times of Social Distancing". Our goal is to assess the impact and changes brought upon social distancing due to the COVID-19 pandemic in students and teachers.


To participate, you will only need to answer one brief 10-minute anonymous survey; Please copy and paste the link below in your browser.


https://arcsapps.umassmed.edu/redcap/surveys/?s=XPJCM3DXTD


We would appreciate it if you could also forward this link to your fellow students, even outside of WSU! If you would like more information or have questions, contact the study's Principal Investigator Jaime F. Vallejos at jvallejos@worcester.edu