- Solomon honored with national physics award
Tom Solomon, professor of physics at Bucknell University, has been awarded the 2014 Prize to a Faculty Member for Research in an Undergraduate Institution by the American Physical Society.
- Meet our new full professors
Ten recently promoted full professors describe what interests them, what inspires them and why they teach at Bucknell.
- BPIP helps summer interns explore nonprofit careers
The Bucknell Public Interest Program is helping students spend their summer exploring careers in the nonprofit, public-interest and public-services sectors.
- Ask the Experts: The end of the world
With doomsday drawing near, Associate Professor of Physics and Astronomy Ned Ladd discusses the end of the world.
- Ask the Experts: Katelyn Allers on astronomy
We asked Katelyn Allers, assistant professor of physics and astronomy, about the best viewing in the summer night sky and brown dwarfs — space objects that are neither stars nor planets but help us better understand both.
- Best Practices Course
The introductory course sequence “Classical and Modern Physics I and II,” was recognized as “one of the top examples of best practices courses in a national study of physics courses.”
- Paoletti wins national award
Matthew Paoletti was awarded the 2005 LeRoy Apker Award for excellence in undergraduate research at an undergraduate institution.