- Creating the entrepreneurial engineer
Bucknell’s College of Engineering has been awarded a $1 million grant from the Kern Family Foundation to build the entrepreneurial mindset into the undergraduate experience.
- Rethinking Bucknell in the 21st century
A $700,000 grant from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation will be used to strengthen the Bucknell University Digital Scholarship Initiative.
- Bucknell to Promote Student Entrepreneurship with Grant from Accenture
Bucknell University has teamed up with Accenture to help promote innovation and entrepreneurship to Bucknell’s undergraduate students and faculty.
- Eight days in Japan
A recent grant-funded trip to Japan allowed students to explore the country's culture, language and its struggles with sustainability.
- Chemistry's unprecedented year
The Department of Chemistry has received four National Science Foundation grants for faculty research projects, including those that can improve drug delivery and shed light on climate change.
- University receives Department of Justice grant
A $300,000 grant from the Department of Justice’s Office on Violence Against Women will strengthen the University's effective responses to violence against women.
- Beckman Foundation grant supports undergrad research
Bucknell University has received a grant for $77,200 from the Arnold and Mabel Beckman Foundation to provide enhanced research opportunities for four Bucknell undergraduates majoring in the areas of biology, chemistry, and cell biology/biochemistry.
- Provost Smyer awarded Fulbright fellowship to India
Bucknell University Provost Mick Smyer will travel to India this month, after being selected to take part in the Fulbright-Nehru India International Education Administrators Seminar. Smyer is one of just a handful of college administrators chosen to participate in the program.
- Grant helps Bucknell promote an entrepreneurial mindset among undergraduate engineers
Bucknell University has received a $75,000 grant from the Kern Family Foundation and become a member of the Kern Entrepreneurship Education Network, or KEEN program. The KEEN program's goal is to instill an entrepreneurial mindset in engineering students at selected private colleges around the country.
- Mellon grant to support environmental studies
Bucknell University has been awarded a $520,000 grant from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to support development of the Environmental Center and related revisions to the curriculum in the College of Arts and Sciences.
- Researcher receives $500,000 more for bat study
Bucknell Associate Professor of Biology DeeAnn Reeder and her research partners are trying to find out what causes the erratic behavior in bats infected with white-nose syndrome, a mysterious condition that has killed more than a million bats in the Northeast.
- Professors receive National Geographic, NSF grants for Mars, Alaska research
Professors Craig Kochel and Jeff Trop recently received a $15,000 National Geographic grant to continue their research in Alaska and its geological similarities to Mars.
- Success of women engineers at Bucknell draws $400,000 Luce grant
Bucknell has been awarded a five-year, $400,000 grant for 20 scholarships for women engineers through the Clare Boothe Luce Program of the Henry Luce Foundation.
- Bucknell researchers, team receive $1.1 million to study engineering education
Michael Prince, professor of chemical engineering, and a team of researchers were awarded three separate National Science Foundation grants totaling more than $1.1 million to study ways to educate engineers more effectively.
- Chemistry recipient of $135,000 NSF grant for research
Eric Tillman, assistant professor of chemistry at Bucknell, will direct a $135,000 National Science Foundation grant to investigate the development of synthetic methods leading to polymers with specific functionality, which is important to the creation of new polymeric materials. || Listen: Eric Tillman explains the grant and student research
- Bucknell to share Teagle grant looking at questions of meaning, value
Bucknell has been selected by the Teagle Foundation of New York City as part of a collaboration of four colleges and universities that will share a grant of $99,377 to examine secularity in liberal arts education and ways to engage students in questions of meaning and value.