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Graduate student earns
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Passion for nursing
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Internship provides focus
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Military Friendly status, once again

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Establishing career marketability
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Fall Commencement

More than 550 to receive degrees

More than 550 students will earn degrees from Bloomsburg University at the fall commencement ceremonies Friday and Saturday, Dec. 16 and 17, in Haas Center for the Arts, Mitrani Hall. On Saturday, 269 students will receive their diplomas from the College of Education and College of Liberal Arts during a ceremony at 10 a.m., and 225 students will graduate from the Zeigler College of Business and the College of Science and Technology in a 2:30 p.m. ceremony.

Top Honor Graduates

  • College of Liberal Arts — Thomas Matthew Smallets, economics
  • College of Education — Courtney Jo Hollenbach, early childhood education PK-4
  • Zeigler College of Business — Thomas Joseph Kleinhans, accounting
  • College of Science and Technology — Joshua William Smith, exercise science

Sharing a love of hacking

This student club is making it cool to be nerdy. Just ask them.

“We’re a bunch really nerdy students, and we like to take our learning beyond the classroom," says Daniel Pany, computer science and digital forensics major, president of the Bloomsburg Cyber Defense Club (BCDC).

BCDC focuses on studying hacking and security techniques, working to hone their skills for cyber defense competitions and their future in digital forensics.

“We get to play with a lot of cool toys and do nefarious acts in a controlled environment,” said Kyle Mumper, computer science and digital forensics major and club treasurer. “When I first started here I didn’t know anything,” Mumper said. “I had basic computer knowledge, but I’ve learned a lot in the classroom and even more through the club.”

Today at Bloomsburg


Wrestling team finishes fourth at PSAC Championships

Bloomsburg University's wrestling team had six place-winners on Saturday at the 2016 PSAC Championships, including third place finishes from Kevin Laubach and Brendon Colbert, to take fourth place with 74 points. Edinboro won the team title with 156.5 points.

Finishing fourth was Trevor Allard, while Kyle Murphy was fifth with Willy Girard and Grant Bond taking sixth.

Bloomsburg returns to dual meet action on Friday, Dec. 16, hosting Lock Haven at 7 p.m.