The Provost is the University's chief academic officer, responsible to the President for integrating our living and learning environments to achieve Bucknell's main goal: To transform students through rigorous and sustained academic study supported and enriched by co-curricular and residential experiences.
Bucknell faculty and students are engaged learners, responding to today's problems and shaping future solutions. They take advantage of Bucknell's unique combination of a liberal arts university with strengths in professional fields of Engineering, Management, Education and Music.
How We Meet the Challenge
With over 3500 students, a 9:1 student faculty ratio, and more than 50 majors, Bucknell is big enough to challenge our students academically, and small enough to provide mentoring and support for meeting those challenges.
47 majors are available. Fully immerse yourself in one area — or combine the fields you love into a double major. Pair Spanish with music, or education with public policy. Pursue botany and theatre, or global management and classics.
Jablonski to Deliver Class of 1956 Lecture: "Recognizing the Opportunities"
Professor Erin L. Jablonski, chemical engineering, the 2015 recipient of the Class of 1956 Lectureship for Inspirational Teaching, will deliver her lecture on Tuesday, Dec. 1, at 7 p.m. in the Elaine Langone Center Gallery Theatre.
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