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Fall 2021 commencement ceremonies held

More than 460 earn degrees at fall commencement ceremonies.

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Council of Trustees hold quarterly meeting

Trustees Approve College Configuration, Announce Major Gift and Recognize Emeritus Retirees

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Radio and media legend makes $5.3 million gift to Bloomsburg University

Gift will create the Kerby Confer Media Center for students.

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Bloomsburg University names top honor graduates for Fall 2021

Bloomsburg University named its top honors graduates in each college for the Fall 2021 semester. They will be recognized at the university’s fall commencement in-person ceremonies on Friday, Dec. 10...

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BU faculty receive national credential in teaching excellence

More than 60 faculty members were recognized for earning a nationally recognized teaching credential co-endorsed by the Association of College and University Educators (ACUE) and the American Council on Education (ACE).

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First World graduates ready for the big stage

It's one step closer for these soon-to-be Class of 2021 graduates as they were recently honored during the First World Graduation Ceremony, hosted by Bloomsburg University’s Office of Multicultural Affairs.

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Leading the pack as part of the team

Joseph Catanzaro ‘88 Came to Bloomsburg University by way of Huskies Baseball and found a niche in economics and financial planning. Now, he helps other student-athletes find theirs as an alumni presenter for the College of Liberal Arts and one of the many coordinators for  the Baseball Professional Engagement Night.

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Huskies supply the ranks at DHL

Caitlin LaVon, College Recruiting Program Manager for DHL Supply Chain, has been recruiting on college campuses for six years and has hired her share of Huskies. 

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BU students help seniors with technology

Students from the Zeigler College of Business recently held a free two-hour technology training session for senior citizens.

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Leading part of the pack to Baker Tilly

Though the Zeigler Institute of Professional Development (ZIPD) did not exist when she was a student, Melissa Wolf knew she wanted to help fellow Huskies the minute she received her invitation.

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