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A "Volunteer" Match Made on Campus: Alumni Couple Returns as Volunteers for Professional U

You've heard of a "match made in heaven," but what about a match made on campus? For Adam and Olivia Saul Karabudak, it's not just a "how we met" story.

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Education Professor Finishes Book on Play and Social Justice

Dr. Michael Patte, professor of Early Childhood Education at Commonwealth University-Bloomsburg, along with colleagues Drs. Olga Jarrett, Vera Stenhouse, and John Sutterby have finished a new book on...

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MEP practicum opens virtual doors to online teaching

A few added lessons came with this summer’s Migrant Education Program practicum for a group of Bloomsburg University education majors eager for classroom experience prior to their student teaching...

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Child life practicum delivers amid COVID-19 pandemic

COVID-19 nearly canceled this summer’s field-based practicum for Bloomsburg University’s child life specialist program. Instead, the 28 students made history by going virtual with their 120-hour...

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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...

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Teaching rewards discovered at We Are the Change

This spring, Bloomsburg University’s Student Pennsylvania State Education Association attended We Are the Change, an eye-opening conference that taught the importance of technology in the classroom...

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Senior’s research on PBIS showcased at state forum

According to the U.S. Department of Education, more than 60 percent of first-time teachers say they’re not sufficiently prepared to face the challenge of addressing the social and emotional needs of...

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Fascination takes center stage with STEM event

A new definition of STEM was discovered this past weekend. Ooh … ah, no way. That’s according to the nearly 250 girls participating in Bloomsburg University’s recent GI-STEM Day designed to teach...

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