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What are you made of? Find out at Bucknell, through a wide array of classes where top faculty will teach you to think critically and communicate well — valuable and highly transferable skills that last forever. Choose from more than 50 majors, including engineering and management. Ready to learn more? Let's go.


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Laura Benanati

Associate Professor

Laura Beninati

What we are studying is truly in its infancy. This is the frontier. My students have to see themselves as part of a team, and function as such, in order to succeed. 

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Aaron Wilson


Aaron Wilson '15

I hope to become a doctor, and I'll have to be able to work well with people, talk to them, understand their needs. That was a critical aspect of the class and really relevant to my career.

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Ajan Caneda

sociology and economics

Ajan Caneda '15

Bucknell has really pushed me in terms of my involvement outside the classroom. I was pretty shy in high school, but since coming here I've tried many new things that have helped me to interact with more people on campus.

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chemical engineering

Megan Reid '14

I was able to interact with the CEO, a Bucknell alumnus and senior staff of one of the world's leading planning, engineering and program and construction management organizations.

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Featured News & Events

Civil Rights Pioneer Diane Nash to Speak Sept. 30

Civil rights pioneer Diane Nash will speak Sept. 30 at 7 p.m. in Trout Auditorium.

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Coming Home

John McPherson '83, creator of the syndicated comic Close to Home, returned to Bucknell to discuss the origins of his comic and his career transition from engineer to cartoonist.

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The Art of Violence

Some of today's most outrageous entertainment is trumped by Renaissance drama.

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The Math of Movie Magic

Pixar scientist Tony DeRose pulled back the curtain on the animation studio's computer-aided films.

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Bucknell Students 'EatWell'

A new web tool puts nutrition information at students' fingertips.

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Rethinking Feminism

Bucknell students create slam poetry to confront their preconceptions about the feminist movement.

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Jane Goodall: Sowing the Seeds of Hope

Jane Goodall brought the crowd to its feet at Monday's packed Bucknell Forum event. 

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Culture-Technology Intersections

A new lecture and colloquium series brings together diverse disciplines to explore new media.

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Rising to the Challenge(s)

This engineering course turns the traditional teacher-learner model upside-down, and empowers Bucknell students to become the experts.

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