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Bloomsburg University enters into agreements with Farleigh Dickinson and Temple University pharmacy schools
The agreements will allow qualified students to earn both an undergraduate degree and a Doctor of Pharmacy degree in seven years, saving a full year of time and costs.
Rising junior Julia Burcin was approved to serve as the student representative on the university’s Council of Trustees (COT). The vote to approve Burcin is part of the new Act 50 law and came last week at Pennsylvania’s State System of Higher Education Board of Governors meeting.
Bloomsburg University enters into admissions agreement with Farleigh Dickinson University School of Pharmacy
BU and the Farleigh Dickinson University (FDU) School of Pharmacy and Health Sciences have entered into an agreement to allow qualified students to earn both an undergraduate degree and a Doctor of Pharmacy degree in seven years, saving a full year of time and costs.
Bloomsburg University and the Temple University School of Pharmacy have entered into an agreement to guarantee admission for up to six qualified students per year to the PharmD program at Temple.
The measure expands academic opportunities at six public institutions.
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.
The internship program not only offers Geisinger the chance to see which students may be a good fit for the program, but it allows Huskies to have an edge when it comes time to move from student to professional. For Ken Roszel '81/'94M, it is a win-win. Not only does he get to guide students as their supervisor, but he also gets to stay in close contact with his alma mater and assist other Huskies in their first career move