Partnership between colleges provides pathway to Counterterrorism Master’s

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📷 Lorraine U. Martinelle photo: Nichols College President Susan West Engelkemeyer and Worcester State University President Barry Maloney signed a partnership agreement on Tuesday. The pact focuses on expediting the earning of a master’s degree in counterterrorism. Grad students to benefit from expedited program By Lorraine U. Martinelle Special to The […]

MassDiGI’s Summer Innovation Program Video Games Open House

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🎮 “Line Slider: Paint the World” features Bip, a mischievous character who wants to cover the town in paint. WORCESTER — The public is invited to put their game skills to the test during MassDiGI’s Summer Innovation Program (SIP) Open House. The event, featuring student-created games, provides an opportunity to play the games […]

Nichols, Worcester State to Announce 4+1 Counterterrorism Master’s Program

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DUDLEY — Nichols College President Susan West Engelkemeyer will join Worcester State University President Barry M. Maloney next week to announce a Worcester State-to-Nichols College 4 + 1 program that will enable Worcester State criminal justice majors who wish to pursue a master’s degree in counterterrorism to do so in five […]

William S. Josselyn, 85

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SOUTHBRIDGE — William S. Josselyn, 85, of Southbridge died Wednesday, August 1, at St. Vincent’s Hospital in Worcester after an illness. He is survived by his daughter Regina Marie Jason of Southbridge, and his son William Scott Josselyn of San Diego, his grandchildren Misty Keedy and her husband Philip Keedy, Nicole […]

Mary E. (Trainor) Lee, 86

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THOMPSON, CONN./WEBSTER — Mary E. (Trainor) Lee, 86, passed away Tuesday, July 31, at Matulaitis Nursing Center in Putnam. Her husband of 58 years, Edward C. Lee, Jr. died February 22, 2013. Mary leaves behind 3 sons; Greg Lee and his wife Maureen of Thompson, Bill Lee of Webster and Jay […]