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New members welcomed to Council of Trustees

Four new members have been named to Bloomsburg University’s Council of Trustees after being appointed by the Governor Tom Wolf and approved by the State Senate. Appointed to the council in January were Duane Greenly ’68 and Ray Zaborney ’16, while Dan Klingerman ‘87 and Colin McIntyre, student trustee, were confirmed in May.

John Wetzel

Straight talk on COVID-19 in corrections

John Wetzel '98, a member of BU's Council of Trustees, is widely recognized as one of the thought leaders in and voices of corrections today. He was appointed PA Secretary of Corrections in 2011 following a 22-year career in county corrections that culminated as Franklin County Jail's warden, overseeing a 20 percent inmate population reduction.

Carver Hall

Access and Affordability: No tuition increase at BU

Recently, the PASSHE Board of Governors for the first time in its 38-year history froze basic in-state tuition for a second consecutive year, even while confronting financial challenges brought on in part by COVID-19. Basic in-state tuition for BU undergraduate students and the system’s 13 other universities will remain at $7,716 for the 2020-21 academic year.

Baseball Awards

Duo named to CoSIDA Academic All-District® team

Senior righthander Chad Cooperman and senior outfielder Cole Swiger have been named to the 2020 Academic All-District® First Team as announced, and selected, by the College Sports Information Directors of America. It marks the second consecutive season that both Cooperman and Swiger earned the accolade.

$80,000 in scholarships for incoming first-year students

Bloomsburg University's Alumni Board has reallocated $80,000 to help students who face immediate financial needs due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This will jumpstart the Alumni Association Academic Promise initiative to help students at the greatest financial risk.

Brittany Zipovsky

Sales student places Top 16 in this year’s virtual NCSC

It’s become tradition for Bloomsburg University to be well represented at the National Collegiate Sales Competition, often outperforming much larger school competition, including one Husky placing second last year and another in the Top 13 two years ago.

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