Bloomsburg University is home to one of the largest and most modern science buildings in Northeastern Pennsylvania. Here, science isn't confined to the classroom or even the lab.
As a student you'll find opportunities for technology internships, health care clinical experiences or science research, including undergraduate research opportunities. These experiences will give you an edge in your career, and along the way you'll be able to take pride in making a difference — for the environment or for your community.
When Robert Aronstam became the dean of BU’s College of Science and Technology in July 2015 he brought something very special with him — a protein cloning service that aids researchers all over the world.
Aronstam is a molecular neuroscientist with a career that has included work at the Medical College of Georgia, the Guthrie Research Institute and the Missouri College of Science and Technology.
176 Hartline Science Center