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Commonwealth University students travel to Belize to research politics, culture, economy

Fourteen Commonwealth University students, from the Mansfield and Lock Haven locations, recently returned from studying abroad in the Central American country of Belize. The students were part of a faculty-led, short-term study abroad program that has been introducing students to Belize since 2014.

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Challenging the status quo in education

Aqueelah Ellzy '98 always knew she wanted to be a teacher. The only thing in question was her route to get there. "I always knew," recalled Ellzy. "From first grade, I played 'school' in the summers...

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Kendris Publishes Textbook for Counselors

Fran Kendris, associate professor of teaching and learning, has authored a textbook, Small Group Counseling: A Primer for School Counselors , published by Kendall Hunt. Kendris has adopted the text in...

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Commonwealth awarded grant to accelerate special ed teacher certification

Commonwealth University's special education program was awarded a $100,000 grant from the Pennsylvania Department of Education (PDE) to accelerate programming for PK-12 Special Education Teacher...

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Passing Along the Best in Teacher Preparation

Molly McCafferty ‘18 grew up with Bloom alumni as teachers. Now, she continues that tradition as an elementary teacher and a volunteer, encouraging and supporting her fellow Huskies as they work...

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Recruiting the Huskies that Make a Difference

Seaford Area School District Director of Human Resources, Jason Cameron knows the value of a Bloom grad in the classroom, and he's been working to bring more Huskies to his district. After visiting...

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Regional Partners Awarded Grant Awards Totaling Nearly $4 Million to Support Student Mental Health

Student mental health programs in central Pennsylvania are getting a boost from the collaborative efforts amongst the Central Susquehanna Intermediate Unit (CSIU) Geisinger, Susquehanna Valley United...

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Commonwealth University-Bloomsburg announces Fall '22 Dean's List

Commonwealth University-Bloomsburg congratulates the more than 1,870 students who were named to the Fall 2022 Dean's List. To qualify for Dean's List, a student must earn a grade point average of 3.5...

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Coming back to "CATCH" fellow Huskies

Dr. Elizabeth Robison '88M was already an elementary level educator when she had her first experience with the career community at Bloomsburg University. As a teacher All Saints in Pottsville, Robison...

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College of Education and Human Services Receives National Recognition  

The College of Education and Human Studies at Bloomsburg, part of Commonwealth University, received national recognition from the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP) when it...

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