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Hispanic Heritage Month: Randy Zea

Randy Zea is a medical imaging major with plans to pursue radiation therapy who was born in Brooklyn, N.Y., to parents of Dominican and Ecuadorian descent.

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Hispanic Heritage Month: Natalia Cintra Almanzar

Natalia Cintra Almanzar is a medical imaging major pursuing a Spanish minor, who was born in Puerto Rico to Dominican and Cuban parents. Originally from San Juan, Puerto Rico, she moved to Hazelton six years ago in the wake of Hurricane Maria, a Category 5 hurricane that devastated the northeastern Caribbean.

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Commonwealth University Awarded $2.5 Million NSF Grant to Provide Scholarships

New CU-Thrive in STEM Program Will Support Financially Disadvantaged Students to Pursue Science and Technology Fields

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Starting Out Strong in STEM: NSF Grant to Boost STEM Success

Entry-level STEM courses are often the most rigorous of a college student’s course load. A new grant to Commonwealth University will use the power of other students to help their newest STEM...

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Mansfield University Geoscience Students to Mix Science and Theatre

MANSFIELD, PA (03/30/2023) Four Commonwealth University-Mansfield students from geosciences, Emili Sterling, Em (Emily) Donne, Kora Somma and Morgan Mesaris, will engage in climate change public outreach at the Warehouse Theatre in Wellsboro, April 21 -23.

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Biochemistry major places first at intercollegiate convention with research presentation

Bloomsburg University student Jason Stone, a senior biochemistry major from Dresher, won first place for his oral presentation on his research at the 84th Annual Intercollegiate Chemist Convention...

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Senior has desire to help those in developing countries

Ashley Moreno is a senior at Bloomsburg University, majoring in nursing, applied and research anthropology. As a triple major, it has been challenging for Moreno to balance her time, however Moreno...

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Internship gives SLP major an inviting look into audiology

Meghan Okken’s career plan was simple. Become a speech therapist. It’s why she chose Bloomsburg University. It’s why she chose to major in audiology and speech-language pathology. Next in her plan —...

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Chemistry majors pass national accreditation exam

Three Bloomsburg University students in the B.S. Chemistry – Biochemistry option passed the national American Society for Biochemistry and Biochemistry Molecular Biology (ASBMB) Accreditation Exam...

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Digital forensics students take top two spots at cybersecurity event

Bloomsburg University’s digital forensics majors Nelson Maher and Austin Pasquel finished one-two at the Pennsylvania National Guard Wi-Fighter Challenge on Friday, April 24. The event was part of the...

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