Board of Governors scholars honored at annual awards banquet

Board of Governors scholars honored at annual awards banquet


BU's Board of Governors scholarship program recently honored its 51 graduating scholars during its annual awards banquet, hosted by the Multicultural Center. The tuition scholarship targets students who excel academically including students of various races majoring in liberal arts science, technology, engineering and mathematics.

Recipients participate in a structured program dedicated to the enhancement of retention and graduation rates.

2013 BOG Scholar Graduates

    Tyler Allmond, Whitney Barksdale, Ralph Beishline, Susan Brehm, Laura Brehm, Colton Brouse, Jasmine Brown, Rachel Bushinski, Jazmin Carrasco, Raymond Carter, Ryan Cellini, Shyree Clark, Leslie Cope, Deja Davis, Jestina Drysdale, Amro Elansari., Dagaen Golomb, Sarah Gorr, Evelynn Guzman, Heather Hamilton, Eona Harrison, Caprese Harmon, Jaimie Hoffman, Johanna Hyacinthe, Latoya Jamison, Hanna Jarsocrak, Fred Johnson, Terrance Jones Jr., Kimberly Lebron, Shamirra Lloyd, Samantha Morton, Jimmy Muwombi, George Naef, Lindsey Nako, Elizabeth Ola, Tamika Oliver, Ryan Oravec, Gabriel Ortiz, Kenneth Pallis, Ryan Poticher, Caitlin Prokopchak, Tykirra Robinson, Jasmin Rockemore, Jasmin Rosario, Michelle Sherman, Michael St. John, Briana Thomas, Eli Tome, Christopher Wise, Kristin Witmer and Meredith Woy.

A spirited trip to Baltimore

Board of Governors Scholars BU's Office of Diversity and Retention in collaboration with the Office of Multicultural Affairs hosted a trip to Baltimore in April 6, where students and staff enjoyed an elegant afternoon on the famous Spirit of Baltimore — which offers a two-hour cruise hosting parties, birthdays and other events.

The cruise details food, entertainment and a tour of the Inner Harbor.

Afterwards, students had the opportunity to roam some of Baltimore’s finest sites and malls. Students reported having an excellent time and really enjoying themselves. Bloomsburg yet again makes it easy to “be you” at “BU.” #AcademicExcellence