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World Series dream reached by Bloomsburg University graduate

Professional athletes, broadcasters and writers all want to make it to the championship of the sport they're involved with for a living. Tim Kelly '18 achieved that goal this year.

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Beyond the Fountain dialogue focuses on next steps

Dr. Rev. Jamie Washington led an interactive discussion focused on the next stage of diversity and inclusion work on Monday night for the Sixth Beyond the Fountain dialogue. The event, sponsored by...

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A link in the chain: Alum coaches students on their climb into manufacturing

As a December '82 grad, Rich Wisniewski was a member of the last class of Bloomsburg State College. That may have been why he was lost in the shuffle of alumni outreach for the first few decades after...

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Students attend research conference

Four Commonwealth University students presented their work at the Council of Public Liberal Arts Colleges (COPLAC) Northeast Regional Undergraduate Research, Scholarly and Creative Activity Conference on Oct. 28 and 29 at Eastern Connecticut State University. 

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The Commission for Gender and Sexuality awards scholarships

The Commission for Gender and Sexuality at Bloomsburg, a Commonwealth University, awards two scholarships each year to provide financial support to students in the LGBTQIA+ community. The first...

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Bashar W. Hanna appointed by Gov. Wolf to PA Tuition Account Program Advisory Board

Dr. Bashar W. Hanna, president of Commonwealth University has been appointed to serve on Pennsylvania's Tuition Account Program (TAP) Advisory Board by Gov. Tom Wolf. Hanna's appointment runs from...

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Campus police host trunk or treat   

The Bloomsburg University Police Department partnered with the Victims / Witness Program and the Columbia County District Attorney’s Office to host a Trunk or Treat on campus for the children of...

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Lock Haven ROTC, Bloomsburg languages and cultures department receive Project GO grant

The Army ROTC program at the Lock Haven campus of Commonwealth University, in conjunction with Bloomsburg's Languages and Cultures Department, recently received a Project Global Officer (Project GO)...

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Bloom Students "Get it": CPA firm helps Huskies with the experience necessary to make the climb

John M. Nonnemacher, CPA for Snyder and Clemente, has been hosting accounting interns for nearly as long as he’s been an accountant. In that time, Bloom grads have been a good fit, possessing the...

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ZIPD Business Conference to feature interview and hiring expert

Bloomsburg, a Commonwealth University, will host the Zeigler Institute for Professional Development (ZIPD) Business Conference Wednesday, Nov. 2, through Friday, Nov. 4. The ZIPD conference provides...

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