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Nine faculty named TALE Teaching Excellence Fellows
Nine Bloomsburg University faculty achieved the status of the TALE Teaching Excellence Academy Fellows this January. The Academy is dedicated to supporting fellows (re)design a course based upon the...
Health communication class examines ways to spur behavioral change
Xanax addiction, impacts of vaping, and microaggression were among the topics explored by Bloomsburg University communication studies students this fall as part of their class on examining communication in health contexts.
Student nurses to complete clinicals through new computer simulation software
Bloomsburg University nursing students now have a new tool to assist them progress through their academic course work, despite not being onsite in a hospital for clinicals due to the COVID-19 pandemic...
France abroad uncovers added degree options
Carolyn Benner, a dual major in international business and administration, studied abroad this fall at ICN Business School in Nancy, France, taking business classes and immersing herself in a variety...
Wetlands class heads south for spring break
Cynthia Venn’s wetlands class began its spring break in Orlando, then to Everglades City for an airboat ride through the mangroves. After, continuing their trip down to the Everglades (a.k.a. Shark...
Student writings featured in international publication
Nine undergraduate students at Bloomsburg University had their Memories and Reflections on Play Essays accepted for publication in the peer-review International Journal of Play in the past two...
Billy Basalt is born
Willy Girard first picked Bloomsburg University as his college of choice because of its proximity to his home. Coincidently, the EGGS 330 Special Topics in Field Geology course took him far away from...
New perspective on a familiar adventure
EGGS 330 was not Sean Leshko’s first field course nor was it his first time in Southern California. In fact, the senior geology major lived in Death Valley, Calif., for a number of years before moving...
Small group learning leads to big lessons
Though the groups were small, the impact was big — for both the Bloomsburg University education majors and Benton middle school students. A class of soon-to-be student teachers spent an afternoon this...
Special topics course heads to California for field study
There will be a beach but no time for sunbathing or wave jumping. Also included is a trip to a national park, a desert adventure and even an island visit. Sounds like a perfect vacation but in fact it...