Watershed Sciences and Engineering Program integrates research, teaching, and outreach focused on the Susquehanna River.  Visit our Project Site to learn more about Watershed Sciences and Engineering.


The Place Studies Program undertakes and supports research within the social sciences and environmental humanities that examines the nature and role of place in human experience. Read our blog.


The Sustainable Design Program engages students, faculty, and staff in projects that study the University’s ecological footprint, and provides hands-on opportunities to explore current topics like renewable energy, organic gardening, and stream restoration.

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Campus Location:
835 Fraternity Rd.


Email: BCSE@bucknell.edu

Marcellus Shale Intiative

Supporting objective research, providing a primarily print-based publications database, and critically evaluating information related to the Marcellus Shale natural gas play.

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The Bucknell Arboretum

A biodiversity survey conducted by the Landscape Assessment Team has grown into a project by professors Duane Griffin and Mark Spiro to establish an arboretum on the Bucknell campus.

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The Center for Sustainability & the Environment hires student interns and coordinates student research projects throughout the academic year and during the summer.

The Sustainable Design Program seeks to establish curricular and applied programming that employs all dimensions of the University campus as an interdisciplinary learning environment.

The Marcellus Shale Initiative seeks to support objective research, provide a primarily print-based publications database, and critically evaluate information related to the Marcellus Shale natural gas play.


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