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Criminal justice major battles in global World of Warcraft tourney

Sergeant Frank Doone, a member of the Pennsylvania Army National Guard and a criminal justice major, is part of a six-person nationwide team that is battling in a new way — in virtual reality. Doone and his teammates will participate in the Keystone Masters: Format Experiments, a live tournament for World of Warcraft against teams from all over the world. Doone’s team consists of military personnel from all components of the Army, including members from the National Guard, Reserve and active duty.

Criminal justice major competes in international World of Warcraft competition

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 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.

“Cardinal Health’s commitment to fulfilling the needs of patients and doctors across the world was very rewarding to me,” says Annan ’19, ‘20M, who started at Cardinal Health as a supply chain specialist in July while finishing his M.B.A. requirements. “I believed starting my career at an organization known for their supply chain capabilities would help me become a well-rounded professional.”

Alumnus works in the fight against COVID-19

Child life practicum delivers amid COVID-19 pandemic

COVID-19 nearly canceled this summer’s field-based practicum for Bloomsburg University’s child life specialist program.

Instead, the 28 students made history by going virtual with their 120-hour experience with Camp Victory in Millville and the Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children in London, United Kingdom. It was a first of its kind virtual child life practicum, according to Michael Patte, professor of teaching and learning and child life specialist.

Child Life practicum adjusts to COVID-19

Three chemistry students pass national accreditation exam

Three chemistry-biochemistry students passed the national American Society for Biochemistry and Biochemistry Molecular Biology (ASBMB) Accreditation Exam. Stepan Budkin, Tara Full, and Jason Stone were among 926 students nationwide who took the rigorous exam last spring and among the 40.4% (374 students) who passed. Additionally, Stone was awarded certification with distinction for extraordinary success on the exam. In total, nine BU students have earned the national certification recognition and three have earned high distinction. Bloomsburg’s 50% certification rate exceeds the national average of 43.8%.

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