Class of 2020, your onward awaits

“This year, you’ve adjusted — twice to a remote learning environment — and you’ve passed this test with aplomb. With the customary grit and determination Huskies are known for, you’ve continued to persevere despite the COVID-19 related challenges, and you’ve each crossed the virtual finish line. For that I’m beyond proud of all of you.”

    President Bashar Hanna

“You’ve done the work here and are now prepared to apply your knowledge and skills to a world that needs all you have to offer. This is a big deal. Only 8% of adults earn a master’s degree, less than 2% earn a doctorate degree. Take time to reflect and enjoy this moment! As you leave Bloomsburg University, may you have confidence in your own abilities to be successful and make a difference in the world.”

    Provost Diana Rogers-Adkinson

Fall Graduation '20

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BASTL student leaving non-traditional mark on CGA

BASTL student leaving non-traditional mark on CGA

Members of Community Government Association's executive board and senate are generally your typical college-age students between the ages of 18-22 who live on or near campus. Lizz Matias breaks that mold in many ways. A non-traditional student elected to the CGA senate as the off-campus representative, Matias lives in Reading, 70 miles from campus.

Alumna elected State Treasurer of Pennsylvania

Alumna elected State Treasurer of Pennsylvania

Stacy Garrity ’86 was elected Pennsylvania’s State Treasurer, beating incumbent Joe Torsella . Garrity, a finance and economics graduate, is a retired Army Reserve Colonel with a decorated service history on the battlefields of Iraq. While serving, she started work as a cost accountant at Global Tungsten & Powders Corp., a global supplier of refractory powders.

Careers in Arts, Social Sciences, and Humanities

Secretary Wetzel named alumni Volunteer of the Year

PA’s Secretary of Corrections, John Wetzel ’98, has been honored by the Bloomsburg University Alumni Association as its Volunteer of the Year. In addition to serving on the Council of Trustees, Wetzel is an advocate for numerous programs and initiatives to include BU's Anchor Program, “It’s On Us” Grant Program, and the annual PASSHE Advocacy Day.

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Biology professor receives $327K National Fish and Wildlife Foundation research grant

Biology professor receives $327K research grant

Steven Rier, professor of biological and allied health sciences, has been awarded a $327,000 grant, in collaboration with the Academy of Natural Science of Drexel University, from the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation that will allow him, his graduate student, and several undergraduate students, to evaluate the vulnerability and resilience to climate change of headwater streams in the Delaware River basin.

Women's soccer earns United Soccer Coaches Team Pinnacle Award

Women's soccer earns prestigious team award

Bloomsburg University's women's soccer program was named a recipient of the Team Pinnacle Award from the United Soccer Coaches. The Huskies were one of only nine collegiate programs across all divisions — men or women — to earn the prestigious accolade. In its second year, the Team Pinnacle Award honors teams that have achieved a high level of fair play, educational excellence, and success on the pitch.

Alumnus works in the fight against COVID-19

Supplying the front lines in the fight against COVID-19

Alex Annan’s first job out of college has not only been the perfect fit for the Bloomsburg University supply chain management graduate, it’s positioned him to be among the key players in the country’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic. And that’s exactly where he wants to be.

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