Opportunities and Events
The Big Question Student Fellows
The Big Question Student Fellows are a team of highly motivated students who volunteer their time to lead discussions at various events during the academic year, including post-Convo conversations. They play an important supporting role for the Faculty
The Big Question Topic Submissions
Each academic year, the Big Question theme is selected by the Academic Citizenship Steering Committee from all the suggestions gathered from faculty, staff, students and community members. If you would like to submit your topic suggestion for the following
The Big Question Faculty Fellows
The Essential Role of the Faculty Fellows:
- Faculty Fellows are responsible for organizing and facilitating at least one discussion in extra-curricular venues like convo, post-convo or post-film discussions. You can even organize new smaller
The Big Question Paper Competition
Attention Bridgewater Students!
What: Chance to win $250 and have your work published!
When: Deadline April 20, 2013
How: Write a fantastic paper and submit to the paper competition!
As you begin to consider final paper topics for your classes this
The Big Question and Academic Citizenship
The purpose of the Big Question Project is to encourage the campus community to practice skills related to civil discourse and public reasoning by coordinating public conversations around a broad interdisciplinary theme each academic year. By linking these