There are countless ways to enjoy summer in addition to beach vacations, music concerts and even part-time jobs. In fact, many Huskies took advantage of the gap between May graduation and August move-in to continue their Bloomsburg University experience in a variety of fashions.
Among the wide range of co-curricular learning opportunities included working internships, conducting research and studying abroad.
Some of standout experiences included students placing among the top in the world in the Odyssey of the Mind competition in Iowa, students making record discoveries at a Hopewell archaeological dig in Ohio and several students showcasing their research - two who won awards - among more than 80 participants at the Susquehanna Valley Undergraduate Research Symposium at Geisinger’s Henry Hood Center for Health Research.
Among the highlights:
- IT students get face-to-face insight on eLearning industry
- Interns help prepare Habitat for Humanity project for re-opening
- Huskies study abroad in Argentina
- Huskies spend three weeks traveling through Australia
- Odyssey of the Mind participants among the best in the world
- CO2 research at Yale University
- Students unearth archaeological discoveries
- Campus hosts inaugural Confer Radio Talent Institute
- SEL Program opens doors of Comcast for business student
- Primatology research in the rainforest
- Education comes alive in Death Valley
- Bloomsburg well represented at SVURS
- Impactful summer for Upward Bound
- Act 101/EOP completes enriching summer experience
- EET major conducts U.S. Navy sponsored summer research