Psi Chi, the international honor society in psychology, recently held an initiation ceremony and dinner for its newest member. Requirements for membership are at least a 3.2 overall grade point average and a 3.5 or higher psychology grade point average. The honor society is advised by Jeffrey Leitzel and Kevin Ball, joined by student officers Jose Calvo, president; Lauren Heller, vice president; Laura Iacono, secretary; and Jacqueline Zeiber, treasurer and fundraiser chair.
Welcome to Psi Chi …
McKayla Balliet
Kaitlyn Barnett
Andrea Green
Kirsten Guldin
Lindsay Mays
Janine Mensch
Jesse Rothweiler
Justin Wolfe

Psi Chi, the international honor society in psychology, recently held an initiation ceremony and dinner for its newest member. Requirements for membership are at least a 3.2 overall grade point average and a 3.5 or higher psychology grade point average. The honor society is advised by Jeffrey Leitzel and Kevin Ball, joined by student officers Jose Calvo, president; Lauren Heller, vice president; Laura Iacono, secretary; and Jacqueline Zeiber, treasurer and fundraiser chair.

Welcome to Psi Chi …

  • McKayla Balliet
  • Kaitlyn Barnett
  • Andrea Green
  • Kirsten Guldin
  • Lindsay Mays
  • Janine Mensch
  • Jesse Rothweiler
  • Justin Wolfe

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The Gloria Cohen-Dion award was created this year to honor the memory of Gloria Cohen-Dion, who suddenly passed away in February after 20 years of service as a professor at Bloomsburg University. The Gloria Cohen-Dion Leadership Award will be given to the graduating political science major who has provided the most service through leadership to the Department of Political Science. BU’s political science faculty unanimously selected Matthew Coombe to receive this award, which includes a cash gift. Coombe is pictured with Neil Strine, associate professor and department chair. 

The Gloria Cohen-Dion award was created this year to honor the memory of Gloria Cohen-Dion, who suddenly passed away in February after 20 years of service as a professor at Bloomsburg University. The Gloria Cohen-Dion Leadership Award will be given to the graduating political science major who has provided the most service through leadership to the Department of Political Science. BU’s political science faculty unanimously selected Matthew Coombe to receive this award, which includes a cash gift. Coombe is pictured with Neil Strine, associate professor and department chair. 

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A team of four Bloomsburg University students won second place in the Society for the Advancement of Management’s business case competition held this March in Arlington, Va. Shown from left are students Nathan Shefter, Andrew Foley, Kristin Hummel and Nicholas Bonitatibus with team adviser Lam Nguyen, associate professor of management, Joan Benek-Rivera, assistant dean of the College of Business, and John Okpara, chair of the department of management.

A team of four Bloomsburg University students won second place in the Society for the Advancement of Management’s business case competition held this March in Arlington, Va. Shown from left are students Nathan Shefter, Andrew Foley, Kristin Hummel and Nicholas Bonitatibus with team adviser Lam Nguyen, associate professor of management, Joan Benek-Rivera, assistant dean of the College of Business, and John Okpara, chair of the department of management.

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Top high school sophomores from Bloomsburg, Central Columbia and Berwick Area school districts will soon be applying for Bloomsburg University’s Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Magnet program. The two-year program will focus on engineering, but also will give students interested in math or other sciences the tools needed to be successful in college. Classes will include Computer Science, Coding, Engineering Sampler, Engineering Seminar, Calculus I or II, Physics I, Physics II, Technical Writing, Economics and Ethics. http://www.bloomu.edu/stem-magnet

Top high school sophomores from Bloomsburg, Central Columbia and Berwick Area school districts will soon be applying for Bloomsburg University’s Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Magnet program. The two-year program will focus on engineering, but also will give students interested in math or other sciences the tools needed to be successful in college. Classes will include Computer Science, Coding, Engineering Sampler, Engineering Seminar, Calculus I or II, Physics I, Physics II, Technical Writing, Economics and Ethics. http://www.bloomu.edu/stem-magnet

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