Fourth graduating class of STEM Magnet students honored

BLOOMSBURG—Bloomsburg University recently recognized the fourth graduating class of STEM Magnet; students at a reception on campus.
This year 29 high school seniors from 14 regional high schools were recognized for their achievements in engineering, health sciences, technology, and education courses taken for two years at BU. At the ceremony seven of the students announced their intentions to attend BU to major in nursing, biology, speech-language pathology and audiology, psychology, and digital forensics.
In addition, four of the students have been awarded BU scholarships
Emily Zerbe – Board of Governors Scholarship, Presidential Leadership Program Scholarship
Amber Zurewich – Academic Success Scholarship
Bryce Sneidman – Academic Excellence Scholarship, Presidential Leadership Program Scholarship
Faith Templeton – Board of Governor’s Science and Technology Scholarship, Presidential Leadership Program Scholarship

Pictured (L-R): Faith Templeton, Margo Kessler, Emily Zerbe, Emily Wolfe, Gabrielle Bebenek, Joslin Notestine, Cassidy Eckert, Amber Zurewich, Karlie Grose, Megan Linder, Andrew Lunger, Samantha Houser, Caleb Stassel. Back Row (L-R): Skyla Gordon, Logan Chorba, Bryce Sneidman, Emily Pitonyak, Olivia Ossont, Hailee Lannan, Lydia Swanson, Brittany Hornberger, Andrew Tuchman, Avani Yadav
Missing from photo: Garrett Bowers, Cade Devlin, Autumn Kinney, Fenton Krupp, Rachel Strouse, Rebecca Strouse, Giselle Taylor, Brie Trometter

Bloomsburg University is one of 14 universities in Pennsylvania’s State System of Higher Education. The university serves approximately 9,600 students, offering comprehensive programs of study in the colleges of Education, Business, Liberal Arts and Science and Technology.