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Bridgewater State University

. It was the next step toward establishing educational institutions for specific purposes. Bridgewater Normal School trained its students in elementary-school subjects; expansion subjects above the elementary level including mathematics, philosophy, and literature; and pedagogy, including philosophy of teaching and discipline based on child psychology, and as much practical experience under constant supervision as possible at the model school. 1924 fire An early-morning fire on Wednesday December 10, 1924, destroyed three of the college's buildings, over half of the campus: Arthur C. Boyden, ''The History of Bridgewater Normal School'', Bridgewater, Massachusetts: Bridgewater Normal Alumni Association, 1933, Early years Corwin was born in Norwell, Massachusetts in 1967, where he attended Norwell High School ( Norwell High School (Massachusetts)), then went on to spend his freshman year of college at the Eastern Nazarene College, in Quincy, Massachusetts. Later he attended Bridgewater State University in Bridgewater, Massachusetts. Animal Planet website: Biography of Jeff Corwin Jeff has bachelor of science degrees in biology and anthropology. He conducted his graduate studies at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, obtaining a master (Master's degree) of science in wildlife and fisheries (fishery) conservation (Habitat conservation) and doing work on bats and snakes. In 1999, Bridgewater awarded Corwin an honorary doctorate in public education. children alma_mater Bridgewater State College (Bridgewater State University) Boston University title1 Member of the Massachusetts Senate from the 1st Bristol and Plymouth District On February 18, 2009, WNAC launched an hour-long lifestyle and entertainment magazine-type program called ''The Rhode Show'' that aired weekday mornings at 8AM. A new secondary set for the show was built with a fully functional kitchen. The show was previously hosted by the weekday morning news anchor teams (Vince DeMentri & Elizabeth Hopkins from February 2009 - March 2010, Patrick Little & Elizabeth Hopkins from March 2010 - November 2010, and Patrick Little & Danielle North from November 2010 - December 2011). A third host for a period of one year was found annually through open audition in a contest titled ''The Rhode Show Search for a Star''. In 2008, Boston-area radio deejay Shawn Tempesta won the contest out of over 140 people. In 2009, Cranston (Cranston, Rhode Island) comedian Ben Hague beat out over 100 other hopefuls. Bridgewater State University graduate Michaela Johnson of East Providence (East Providence, Rhode Island) won the honor in 2010. During the week, ''The Rhode Show'' was streamed live on WNAC's website. The main channel re-aired the show weekday afternoons at 1PM with WNAC-DT2 (MyRITV) (WNAC-DT2) doing the same at 4PM. On February 18, 2009, WNAC launched an hour-long lifestyle and entertainment magazine-type program called ''The Rhode Show'' that aired weekday mornings at 8AM. A new secondary set for the show was built with a fully functional kitchen. The show was previously hosted by the weekday morning news anchor teams (Vince DeMentri & Elizabeth Hopkins from February 2009 - March 2010, Patrick Little & Elizabeth Hopkins from March 2010 - November 2010, and Patrick Little & Danielle North from November 2010 - December 2011). A third host for a period of one year was found annually through open audition in a contest titled ''The Rhode Show Search for a Star''. In 2008, Boston-area radio deejay Shawn Tempesta won the contest out of over 140 people. In 2009, Cranston (Cranston, Rhode Island) comedian Ben Hague beat out over 100 other hopefuls. Bridgewater State University graduate Michaela Johnson of East Providence (East Providence, Rhode Island) won the honor in 2010. During the week, ''The Rhode Show'' was streamed live on WNAC's website. The main channel re-aired the show weekday afternoons at 1PM with WNAC-DT2 (MyRITV) (WNAC-DT2) doing the same at 4PM. group2 Four-year and above list2 Bridgewater State University • Fitchburg State University • Framingham State University • Massachusetts College of Art and Design • Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts • Massachusetts Maritime Academy • Salem State University • University of Massachusetts Amherst • University of Massachusetts Boston • University of Massachusetts Dartmouth • University of Massachusetts Lowell • University of Massachusetts Medical School • Westfield State University • Worcester State University - Bridgewater State University Bears Bridgewater (Bridgewater, Massachusetts) Massachusetts State Collegiate Athletic Conference -


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