Florida higher education leader selected as next PASSHE chancellor
The Board of Governors of the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education has selected Frank T. Brogan, chancellor of the State University System of Florida, to serve as PASSHE’s next chancellor. He will assume the position on Oct. 1.Student Affairs group grooms for future career opportunities
A group of students and alumni of Bloomsburg University’s M.Ed. in Counseling and College Student Affairs program participated in The Placement Exchange, a national job placement event, on March 13 to 16, in Baltimore.2016 Alumni Legacy Scholarship winners announced
The Bloomsburg University Alumni Association is pleased to announce the winners of the 2016 Alumni Legacy Scholarships.
Before there was Nelson Field House, fans packed Centennial Gymnasium
Before there was Nelson Field House, Huskies fans packed into Centennial Gymnasium to watch teams compete in basketball, wrestling and swimming. In fact, it was 75 years ago that the first basketball game was played in the new Centennial Gymnasium. In 2001, the old gym was dedicated as Centennial Hall and upper campus became the hub for Bloomsburg University athletics. Here's a look back at the gem that was once the largest and most modern gym in the United States.Steckel named alumni Volunteer of the Year
Marc Steckel, New Windsor, Maryland, received the William T. Derricott ’66 Volunteer of the Year Award in recognition of his volunteerism throughout 2016. Three other graduates were honored at the awards dinner, a tradition at Bloomsburg since the 1940s.Drs. David and Roberta Soltz named honorary alumni
Retiring Bloomsburg University President David L. Soltz and Roberta “Robbie” L. Soltz, Ph.D., were named 2017 honorary alumnus and alumna, at the annual Bloomsburg University Alumni Awards Dinner on April 1. The BU Alumni Association conferred honorary status on the Soltzes in recognition of the significant impact they have had on the university since Dr. David Soltz became the 18th president in January 2008.