Our students enjoy many diverse experiences and have endless opportunities to get involved with Bucknell and our community.
Engineering at Bucknell is more than attending the lectures and completing coursework. It's gaining experience, developing friendships, and forging memories that will last far beyond your years at Bucknell.
Bucknell has student chapters for many engineering professional associations and honor societies, including the American Society of Civil Engineers and Chi Epsilon.Learn more about Engineering Student Organizations
This weekly colloquium series inspires and educates on a variety of topics related to the sub-disciplines of civil engineering.
Join us Thursdays, 7-9 p.m in Dana 113.
March 23:David Elton, Professor, Auburn University
"History of Geotechnical Engineering Mistakes"
This three-week faculty-led study abroad course allows students to experience the global and societal context of engineering including the impact of traditions, customs and culture on engineering.Learn more
The ECLIPSE Program links our engineering alumni and their industries to the engineering students and faculty at Bucknell.Learn More
The Engineering Success Alliance (ESA) is an academic success program for students from under-resourced high schools who have the skills to thrive in our nationally recognized engineering program. Emphasizing academic self-efficacy, belonging and balance, ESA is for talented students whose successes can energize the engineering programs and the industry as a whole.Learn more
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