Monthly Archives: March 2011

Organizing: Just set up the right “Buckets?”

by Cori Parrish, Conference and Events Services Office This post is offered in conjunction with the common reading group activities of the Conference and Events Services Office, the Campus Center Office, and the Office of Student Involvement and Leadership this … Continue reading

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Online Relationships: The Real Deal?

by Cindy Kane, Director of Student Involvement and Leadership (Cross-posted for the Office of Student Involvement and Leadership blog and the BSU Student Affairs Professional Development blog, as part of the BSU Social Media Week “BlogFest.”  Today’s theme: technology) I’ll … Continue reading

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CPR: 30 years later?

by Cindy Kane, Director of Student Involvement and Leadership The last time I had CPR related training was when I was about twelve years old and decided to take one of those babysitting courses that was offered by a local … Continue reading

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Saving hearts and saving lives

by Mike Froio, BSU Police Professionals from the Student Affairs division participated in a training opportunity about BSU’s Public Access Defribrillation Program.  This informational post describes a bit about the program. The Bridgewater State University Police Department has started a … Continue reading

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I Am All Ears

by Brian M. Salvaggio, Assistant Vice President, Student Affairs How are we doing when it comes to listening to others?   I would say not so well.  As a society we are quick to give out opinion and not truly hear … Continue reading

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Bullying and College Students

by Eileen Estudante, Lead Teacher: BSU Children’s Center Do you remember what it was like when you were a child in school, and everyone was afraid of the classroom bully?  Thanks to the well dynamic and engaging presentation of Meghan … Continue reading

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