Unleash your Inner Husky

Unleash your Inner Husky

Community field research

BU's Center for Community Research and Consulting features a dedicated team of faculty and students who collaborate to improve the community through internship opportunities, research and professional development.

Faculty Lecture Series

Lecture series helps celebrate 175th

Bloomsburg University 175th Anniversary

Bloomsburg University continues its 175th anniversary celebration this fall with a lecture series featuring six faculty members representing each of the four colleges, as well as the university’s historical archives.

  • Beth Rogowsky, assistant professor of education, “Learning Styles Have Nothing to Do With Learning,” on Tuesday, Sept. 16, 7 p.m., at Kuster Auditorium, 108 Hartline
  • Stephen Hales, professor of philosophy, “Moral Luck,” on Wednesday, Sept. 24, 7 p.m., at Carver Hall's Gross Auditorium

Later this fall: Robert Dunkelberger, associate professor, archivist, “BU: An Institutional History;” Michael Shepard, professor of environmental, geographical and geological sciences, “Scientific History;” Barbara Wilson, Associate Professor of Exceptionalities, “Pre-K Reading is More Than Pictures;” and Victoria Geyfman, associate professor of Finance, “The Benefits of Benner-Hudock Center for Financial Analysis."

Women's soccer brings experience into 2014 season

Husky Sports

Last fall brought marked improvement for the Bloomsburg University women's soccer team — the Huskies added three victories to their win total from the previous year, more than doubled their goals and shots on goal and finished the campaign with three straight wins. The hot finish to the year propelled Bloomsburg into the top 10 of the final NCAA Division II Atlantic Region rankings of the regular season and has the team looking to take the next step. The PSAC figures to again be one of the top conferences in the nation after sending six teams to the NCAA Tournament in 2013. Bloomsburg has high hopes of joining that upper echelon.