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College of Education Earns CAEP Accreditation

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


Frederick Douglass Institute recognizes competition winners

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

Data science opening doors to real-world impact

Excited about self-driving cars and voice recognition? How about researching behavior using social media? Data science focuses on just that and more ... Sound interesting? It really is!

Math major weighs grad options, job opportunity

Chase Sakitis’ childhood passion has led to — not one but three — post-graduation options. The graduating Bloomsburg University mathematics major will have a choice between a master’s program in...


Alumna among the new generation of women in politics

Bloomsburg University is holding a month-long “Chucks and Pearls” lecture series as part of its Women’s History Month celebration.

BUPD earns accreditation

The Bloomsburg University Police Department has earned accreditation from the Pennsylvania Chiefs of Police Association.


Geography students’ data mining helps with Florida forest conservation

A remote sensing geography class from Bloomsburg University played a key role in the conservation of a 14-acre southern Florida forest home to protected wildlife that’s been fending off urban and commercial development for the past 60 years.

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.


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 also 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.

Helping Huskies Fit Right In

Crystal Skotedis ‘03 began her career journey at BU as an undeclared student and full-time accountant for a local grocery store in 1997.  Now, she helps other Huskies fit right in with the regional accounting firm, Boyer & Ritter, aggressively recruiting and transitioning new Husky grads to the firm