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China Study Abroad

China Today: A Husky's Tale

Three weeks in China studying language, culture and photography is one exciting way to spend winter break. Traveling to such places as Kunming, Hekou and Mengzi, where you meet and interact with a variety of ethnic groups is icing on the cake. This journey, an introduction to China Today, is being told through these students' eyes!

BU's first endowed professorship

A gift of $1.9 million from Edward and Julianne (Miller) Breiner, who graduated from Bloomsburg University in 1977, establishes the university’s first endowed professorship in support of an exceptional teacher, mentor and leader.

The couple looked to the needs of BU when determining the focus of their most recent gift and established the professorship within the Department of Nursing, specifically in support of BU's Doctor of Nursing Practice. The Breiner Professorship of Nursing will create a new senior faculty position, with additional funding to be used for research, conferences, travel, software and equipment or other professional expenses.

“We talked with university officials about ways our gift could make BU a stronger university,” said Julie Breiner. “With the health profession, there is a potential to make a huge impact as far as healing and caring. Nursing really resonated with us.”

Huskies secure fifth straight PSAC East crown

Husky Sports

From the start of preseason practice, winning a fifth straight outright PSAC Eastern Division title has been the first thing on the list of goals for the Bloomsburg University women's basketball team. Check one goal off the list as mission accomplished. The Huskies made history with their 87-59 victory at Millersville's Pucillo Gymnasium, becoming the first team to win five consecutive outright Eastern Division crowns. Bloomsburg is also the only program to win four in a row. One regular season game remains with Bloomsburg hosting Lock Haven on Wednesday, 5:30 p.m.