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Health professions students discover Jamaican service trip rewarding on many levels

An annual service-learning trip to rural Jamaica now available to Bloomsburg students through the Commonwealth University integration proved to be a life-changing experience for two future healthcare...

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Duty with a Side of Gratification: Young Alumna Gives Back to Bloom

Lizmeidy Hernandez '20 may be a primary care physician associate responsible for over 100 patients today, but not long ago she was a nervous and undecided, albeit prepared, undergraduate student. “The...

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CU-Lock Haven Health Science Club awarded American Lung Association grant to help students quit using tobacco

The Commonwealth University-Lock Haven Health Science Club was awarded a $2,000 grant to implement a Freedom From Smoking (FFS) in-person tobacco cessation program on campus. The American Lung...

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Commonwealth University to Offer EMT Training

Commonwealth University Workforce Development will offer Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) training at the Bloomsburg, Lock Haven and Mansfield locations during the Fall 2023 semester. Based on...

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Commonwealth University Students, Faculty Return from Service Trip to Rural Jamaica

After a three-year hiatus due to the pandemic, Lock Haven faculty once again led a short-term service-learning program to Harmons, Jamaica, and for the first time, were joined by Bloomsburg students.This program has been offered through Lock Haven since 2015, where students learn and serve in the rural mountainous village of Harmons in south central Jamaica.

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Lock Haven Students Attend National Health Education Advocacy Summit

During the fall 2022 semester, Lock Haven University community and public health education majors, Meghan Malloy, of Seaford, New York, and ​Jessica McCarthy, of Wellsboro, spent a weekend learning how to engage policy makers in public health dialogue and experiences at the National Health Education Advocacy Summit in Washington, D.C. ​

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Local pre-med student up for State System award

As a student at Benton High School, Kyle Maustellar was filled was doubt. In the back of his mind, he wanted to pursue a career in medicine but was he “good enough” to be able to handle the workload...

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Helping Others

“I’ve always wanted to go on a mission trip because I love helping people,” says Amanda Kline a junior from Hughesville, who went to Peru over spring break in March with MEDLIFE, a campus organization...

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