It's time to begin your climb

Some see an uphill climb as a sign of struggle. Here, we see it as a sign of strength. People who can see past the easy path know how to get the job done. They answer “you can’t” with “watch me.” They work harder. Make more with what they have. And take every challenge as a new way forward.

Bloomsburg sees this and unleashes it. We see hustle as business sense. Persistence as rigor. Grit as mental toughness. Heart as emotional intelligence. Work ethic as a prerequisite for success. If you’ve got a forward focus and the spirit to back it up, BU is your place. Your onward and upward await!

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Alex Findura named to 2020 Allstate AFCA Good Works Team

Husky named to Allstate AFCA Good Works Team®

As a time-honored tradition for the past 29 years, Allstate and the American Football Coaches Association are recognizing 22 student-athletes and an honorary coach named to the 2020 Allstate AFCA Good Works Team® for stepping up to help those in need. Huskies senior defensive lineman Alex Findura is one of those select student-athletes named to the team.

Alumnus works in the fight against COVID-19

Supplying the front lines in the fight against COVID-19

Alex Annan’s first job out of college has not only been the perfect fit for the Bloomsburg University supply chain management graduate, it’s positioned him to be among the key players in the country’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic. And that’s exactly where he wants to be.

Mindy Andino leads a lecture for graduate students

Interim vice provost among 26 new HACU fellows

Mindy Andino has been named a Fellow for the Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities (HACU). Andino, an associate professor of teaching and learning, is one of 26 fellows from across the country selected for HACU’s second cohort of its Leadership Academy/ La Academia de Liderazgo.

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Maryan G. McCormick Serenity Garden

BU dedicates the Maryan G. McCormick Serenity Garden

Members of the Bloomsburg University community have a new place on campus to retreat to for refuge from a busy day. The Dr. Maryan G. McCormick Serenity Garden was dedicated on Sunday in a virtual event. The Serenity Garden, located near the Haas Center for the Arts, was a gift from McCormick’s two sons, David and Douglas, and their families.

Child Life practicum adjusts to COVID-19

Child life practicum delivers amid COVID-19 pandemic

COVID-19 nearly canceled this summer’s field-based practicum for BU’s child life specialist program. Instead, the 28 students made history by going virtual with their 120-hour experience with Camp Victory in Millville and the Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children in London. It was a first of its kind virtual child life practicum, according to Michael Patte, professor of teaching and learning and child life specialist.

New university partnership to be explored

New partnership to be explored by State System

A new partnership between Bloomsburg, Lock Haven, and Mansfield universities has the potential to alter the face of higher education in eastern and north central PA for years. As part of the ongoing State System redesign plans, the schools will explore ways to collaborate and build on existing strengths, create greater efficiencies, and expand affordable, high-quality educational opportunities for students throughout the region.

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