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Biology students present research at Tri Beta convention
BLOOMSBURG—Commonwealth University-Bloomsburg's Abby Hare-Harris, chapter advisor for the Tri Beta Biological Honor Society, took several students to the 2022 National Convention in Oklahoma City, in...
Alumna takes accelerated plan to medical school
This month, Oriana Balascio fresh off earning her master’s degree in biology begins the next leg of her journey to becoming an osteopathic physician — a path kickstarted from an Honors class presentation in her freshman year at Bloomsburg University.
Ocean Life: Bloomsburg grad interns with marine research academy
Article originally appeared in the Juniata Sentinel, a weekly newspaper in Mifflintown, Juniata County, on March 9, 2022.
Faculty from northeast integrating universities collaborate on Tree Swallow nesting research
The two biology professors first met as part of a faculty discussion from the three universities interested in natural history. They soon found out they were both working on Tree Swallow research.
Three Bloomsburg University chemistry students pass national accreditation exam
Three Bloomsburg University students in the B.S. Chemistry – Biochemistry option passed the national American Society for Biochemistry and Biochemistry Molecular Biology (ASBMB) Accreditation Exam...
Local pre-med student up for State System award
As a student at Benton High School, Kyle Maustellar was filled was doubt. In the back of his mind, he wanted to pursue a career in medicine but was he “good enough” to be able to handle the workload...
Biology student dives into coral restoration project
Caitlyn Collins has reached new depths in her study of marine biology. Quite literally. The second-year biology (M.S.) graduate student spent part of her summer research work at the Roatan Institute...
Biology intern gets hands-on herpetological experience
Alyssa Williams, a biology major focused on ecology, conservation and field biology, interned this summer at Refreshing Mountain’s Wildlife Center in Stevens. She cared for reptiles and amphibians at...
Dual major researches social implications of flooding
Sweetie Patel’s studies of environmental biology and anthropology have been the inspiration for her summer research through Bloomsburg University’s URSCA (Undergraduate Research, Scholarly, Creative...
URSCA Project- Kayla Sompel
The inspiration of becoming a pediatric oncologist and hematologist led Kayla Sompel to spend her summer conducting research as a part of URSCA (Undergraduate Research, Scholarly, Creative Activity) -...