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Bloomsburg University to begin spring semester with one week online

Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania's Spring 2022 semester will begin on Monday, Jan. 24, with the first week of classes to be delivered online. The University will continue all classes the week of...

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Nine faculty named TALE Teaching Excellence Fellows

Nine Bloomsburg University faculty achieved the status of the TALE Teaching Excellence Academy Fellows this January. The Academy is dedicated to supporting fellows (re)design a course based upon the...

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Building Big and Giving Back

Hard work has been a part of Dan Klingerman’s life since he was 10 years old and started helping his grandfather John Klingerman in the family’s feed mill. He remembers his dad Dick Klingerman and uncle Dave Klingerman showing him the various aspects of the business, while “Uncle Dave” farmed throughout the Bloomsburg area.

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Klose-ing in on the perfect fit

Keara Klose '14 has utilized the transferrable skills earned with her English degree to find her way to her perfect fit and help other Huskies realize their potential.

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Showing students the ropes necessary to make the climb

Chief Scott Fogel has made it a point to provide as authentic an experience as possible for each aspiring officer by melding hands-on experiences with their academic coursework and helping the student make an informed decision about their career path.

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Students named to Dean's List

For the fall 2021 semester, 2,076 BU students earned Dean's List distinction. A full-time student whose semester GPA is 3.5 or higher in 12 or more semester hours of course work for which a grade or grades are received are named to the Dean's List.

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Fall 2022 - Spring 2023 Housing Selection for Returning Students

The Office of Residence Life will hold housing selection processes for Fall 2022 - Spring 2023 during the Spring 2022 semester.

Health communication class examines ways to spur behavioral change

Xanax addiction, impacts of vaping, and microaggression were among the topics explored by Bloomsburg University communication studies students this fall as part of their class on examining communication in health contexts.

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Social work students hold successful toy drive for local children’s hospital

There will be some added holiday cheer for Geisinger’s Janet Weis Children’s Hospital this season courtesy of Bloomsburg University’s Social Work Club, which collected more than 85 toys this fall through its annual toy drive.

Bloomsburg University hosts diversity conference

Bloomsburg University hosted the 19th Annual High School Diversity conference on Nov. 10. Approximately 65 students and 15 educators from eight regional schools joined BU students, staff, faculty, and...

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