Undergraduate Research and Creative Projects
Students in the comparative humanities can conduct independent scholarly research with a faculty mentor and produce their own creative projects. The program creates opportunities for student research, publication and conference presentations. In fact, a senior honors thesis is one of the requirements of the Humanistic Scholars Program.
Comparative Humanities students can gain career experience through summer internships. Recently, students have interned at:
- The Phoenix (newspaper)
- Youth Action International
Bucknell In Greece and Turkey
The Bucknell "in" Summer Programs are short term programs constructed around a course or academic theme. These programs provide students with the opportunity to focus on key issues unique to the country or region where they are studying. In 2013 our students who signed up for "Greece and Turkey in the Anglo-American Imagination" traveled to ancient and modern sites, read selected sources, and wrote about their experiences.