An Arabic exploration in Morocco
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A group of Bloomsburg University students are studying different levels of Arabic and its culture at the American Language Institute in Fez, Morocco, this summer.
Among them is Elizabeth Miller, a history and Arabic major, who is continuing work on her research of Osama bin Laden’s Radicalization that will lead into an Undergraduate Research, Scholarship, and Creative Activity summer project.
Miller — joined by seven fellow Huskies — is giving us an up-close look at their study abroad experience this week via Instagram!
There are nearly 40 BU students studying abroad this summer in such locations as Limerick, Ireland; Trier, Germany; London, England; Barcelona, Spain; Beijing, China; Florence, Italy; Lille, France; Heredia, Costa Rica; Granada, Spain; and Xalapa, Mexico.
Our Supply Chain Management program is designed using competency models from leading professional organizations. Recognizing the interdisciplinary nature of SCM, the program draws expertise from all business disciplines — accounting, finance, information technology management, management, and marketing — and integrates content through collaborative course design and delivery.
Alison Tagliaferri takes over for Bill Cleary, who took the head coaching position at Colgate University. Tagliaferri, who spent five years as the Mounties head coach, was an exceptional two-sport athlete at Mansfield playing basketball for five seasons from 2002-06 and playing softball for four seasons from 2002-05.
"We are extremely fortunate and thrilled to have identified an exceptional person, coach, and PSAC alumna, Alison Tagliaferri to be our head women's basketball coach," said Michael McFarland, director of athletics. "Alison brings a passion and understanding of our conference and region which is an ideal fit for Bloomsburg University. She has a proven vision, plan, and knows how to recruit regionally which will translate very well for the Huskies."
"I have always respected the tradition of success at Bloomsburg University and look forward to building on that tradition," Tagliaferri said. "This is an outstanding opportunity and I am excited to get to work."