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Cooking Your Way to Success: The First Year Seminar

With the numerous changes freshmen face coming to college, learning how to cook for yourself can seem impossible. Professors Michael Martin and Toni Bell teach a first-year seminar that instructs...

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Brummett Named National Lambda Pi Eta Advisor of the Year

Dr. Erin Brummett, Associate Professor in the Department of Communication Studies on the Bloomsburg campus, has been named the 2023 Thomas L. Veenendall Advisor of the Year by the National...

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CU-Bloomburg Staff Provide Highway Help

Two CU-Bloomsburg staff members have been recognized by University Police for stopping to assist an ill traveler while traveling on Interstate 80 in October. At around noon on Sunday, Oct. 15, Lisa...

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First time's a charm: Alum volunteer begins with Bloomsburg

A decade after he graduated from Bloomsburg with a degree in Exercise Science, Billy Stump '13 had his professional career well underway and was looking for ways to give back. It didn't take him long...

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Yurkunas Puts Computer Skills to Work in Berlin

Computer science major Matthew Yurkunas put his skills to use at a summer internship in Berlin, Germany. Originally a digital forensics major, Yurkunas switched majors in his sophomore year. This past...

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Kallie Koch Has a Calling for Music

Kallie Koch, a senior music major, initially went to college to study business. But a business degree was not in her score. Two years into studying business at Shippensburg, Koch heard the call of the...

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WebstaurantStore President David Groff to Give Keynote at ZIPD Conference  

David Groff, Chief Operating Officer at Clark Associates and President of WebstaurantStore.com, will give the keynote address for Commonwealth University-Bloomsburg’s Zeigler Institute for...

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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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Beating calculus like a video game boss

Kaia Morse, a senior mathematics major and chemistry minor, has always found the most complicated calculus to be gratifying. The problems that cause her to think, problems she can’t walk away from...

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Economics Lecture Series 

For more information about the lectures, contact Mehdi Haririan, professor of economics, at 570-389-4682. John Campbell, Harvard University 'Consumer Financial Protection' Wednesday, Nov. 1, 2 p.m...

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