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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.

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BU to offer COVID vaccine incentive scholarships

Bloomsburg University will welcome students back to campus in August and is preparing for a 100 percent in-person learning environment. BU Provost Diana Rogers-Adkinson is leading a task force focused...

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Hiring Local for Work that is Global: BU and Crayola maintain close partnership

As a recruiter, Jerant has experience with many schools and has always loved the relationship with Bloomsburg, citing the support they receive when coming to campus and the fact that the students she sees at BU campus expos, conferences, and information sessions are prepared and eager to learn.

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Students receive scholarships from Pennsylvania CPA Foundation

Three Bloomsburg University students were awarded scholarships by the Pennsylvania CPA Foundation.

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High School Art Competition

Department of Art and Art History sponsors art exhibit for high school students; offers cash and scholarship awards

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Master of Social Work degree now offered at Bloomsburg University

New MSW degree program to begin in August

2021-22 Housing Assignments Now Available

Get ready to start living the Husky Life!

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COST Research Day winners announced

College of Science and Technology Research Day winners announced in virtual event

College of Education Earns CAEP Accreditation

The College of Education granted accreditation by the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation

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Frederick Douglass Institute recognizes competition winners

The Frederick Douglass Institute for Academic Excellence recognized six students for their work in the Creative Expressions Competition.