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Coaching students through life's transitions
To Ebony Taylor ‘12/'13M, Bloom felt like home the first time she was on campus, especially after she bumped into a former school classmate from the boarding school she had attended. It all just felt...
Nurse anesthesia graduates achieve perfection
Members of the Bloomsburg University nurse anesthesia program Class of 2022 achieved perfection in its national certification exam (NCE), measuring the knowledge, skills, and abilities necessary for...
Nurse anesthesia students win competition
BU students win Pennsylvania Association of Nurse Anesthetists Spring Symposium competition
College Student Affairs students attend NASPA
Each year the Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education (NASPA) holds its annual conference offering professional development, education, and networking events for thousands of attendees who...
Fall 2021 commencement ceremonies held
More than 460 earn degrees at fall commencement ceremonies.
MBA student comes full circle with JrNYLC experience
Entering her first year of graduate school, the soon-to-be Master of Business Administration student knew an opportunity with the nation’s largest provider of educational travel experiences would be valuable.
Graduate students participate in real-world project
Three BU students pursuing Master of Science degrees in instructional technology: Zachary Hulayev, John Wardigo, and Francesca Fortunato, worked during the Spring 2021 semester with Curbell Plastics, Inc., one of the nation’s top suppliers of plastic sheet, rod, tube, tapes, and fabricated parts, to develop a learning module about performance plastics.
Alum named outstanding new professional by PCPA
Bryson Purcell ’17/19M, a graduate of Bloomsburg University’s College Student Affairs master’s program, was recently announced as the winner of the Outstanding New Professional award from the...
Accounting intern navigates COVID-19 hurdles to land job offer
COVID-19 may have interrupted Andrew Horst’s last semester of college and subsequent graduation plans but didn’t deter his path to a full-time job, which he landed directly from his summer internship...
Information technology research takes centerstage at virtual symposium
One looked into looked into how American Disabilities Act regulations are applied digitally, while the other examined the diversity and inclusivity of IT and business job descriptions posted online...