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Hispanic Heritage Month: Luz Mejia
Luz Mejia is a digital forensics and cybersecurity major from Hazelton and of Dominican descent. In addition, she’s an honors student who’s pursuing a minor in criminal justice. Mejia gets involved on...
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...
Two alumni team up to earn three U.S. patents
Bloomsburg University graduates recently had three patents approved for methods to make in-house eDiscovery hosting more secure.
BU named National Center for Academic Excellence in Cyber Defense
BU's digital forensics and cyber security program has been designated as a National Center of Academic Excellence in Cyber Defense (CAE-CD) through the academic year 2027 by the National Security...
Turning grit into growth
David Pany '13 is a senior manager at Mandiant, leading investigations into cybercrime against American companies while assisting his team on their climb up the professional ladder. Some of the staff he supports are, of course, fellow Huskies.
BU selected for U.S. Cyber Command Academic Engagement Network
Bloomsburg University and its Department of Mathematics and Digital Sciences has been selected by the U.S. Cyber Command (CYBERCOM) as one of 84 colleges and universities to be part of its newest...
Students take part in unique internship program with PA Department of Corrections
The idea for the internship program came from PA’s Secretary of Corrections, John Wetzel ’98, a member of BU’s Council of Trustees.
BU's digital forensics degree program ranked fourth-best in the country by Study.com
Digital forensics degree program has been ranked fourth-best in the country
VMware welcomes Husky partnership
The notion that a student from a state university such as BU would never be noticed by as prominent a company has changed. Through a shift in VMware’s recruitment strategy and utilization of his network, Digital Forensics/ITM major Charles Pearsall ‘20 became one of the first two BU Huskies to intern with the Palo Alto company. He has since been hired full-time.
Not A Number: Alumni Couple Turns Struggle into Support
Hakeem Thomas and Coleen Schlager found each other on a dating site in the spring of 2013. They soon realized they had enrolled at the same university. That university was Bloomsburg.