- How to unroll a moth's proboscis
Professor Chris Martine shares seven steps for getting pollen off a moth's proboscis.
- Meet Bucknell's newly hired professors
Twenty-three newly hired professors have joined Bucknell University's faculty: two full professors, two associate professors and 19 tenure-line assistant professors across the College of Arts and Sciences, the College of Engineering and the School of Management.
- Faculty stories: Meet Bucknell’s newly tenured professors
Bucknell's 16 newly tenured associate professors specialize in fields across the College of Arts and Sciences and the College of Engineering. Learn more about their research and teaching.
- To the Outback and back again
A trip to Australia yields new findings and adventures for Bucknell faculty and student researchers.
- Botanical Society of America honors Bucknell researchers
Three Bucknell undergraduates will use research awards to study plant life from the banks of the Susquehanna River to the wilds of the Australian Outback.
- Sowing new life in 'The Grove'
Some of the oaks that tower above The Bucknell Grove have stood there for more than 200 years. Now efforts are underway to make sure they survive for centuries more.
- New genus of bat identified in South Sudan
The rare specimen was discovered by researchers from Bucknell University and Fauna & Flora International while conducting field research with wildlife authorities in South Sudan.
- 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.
- Professors receive Scadden Faculty Scholar Award
Three Bucknell University professors -- Elizabeth Capaldi Evans, Chris Martine, and Martha Verbrugge -- have been honored for their research and scholarship with the David T. Scadden Faculty Scholar Award.
- Dawn of adventure botany
Chris Martine, associate professor of biology, finds the coolest plants in the world and shares them with a devoted YouTube audience.
- Coral reef classroom
Immersed in the turquoise waters of the Virgin Islands, students learn about a complex and fragile ecosystem.
- Researchers investigate how some bats survive with white-nose syndrome
Two Bucknell professors have received a U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service grant to find out whether certain genetic characteristics, behavior and environmental factors contribute to the severity of the white-nose syndrome, which has killed up to 6.7 million bats in eastern North America.
- Saving the Insect Eaters
Researchers collaborate to save North America's dying and decimated bat populations.
- New professor named Burpee Chair in Plant Genetics and Research
Chris Martine has been named the David Burpee Chair in Plant Genetics and Research at Bucknell University. He will join Bucknell as a professor in the Department of Biology.
- Dozens of students, faculty collaborate to restore local creek
Miller Run, a Susquehanna River tributary that runs through campus, is the focus of a major collaborative research project involving students, faculty, administrators and the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection.
- Professor discovers link between prenatal stress and aging
Biology professor Mark Haussmann and a team of researchers have discovered a direct correlation between prenatal stress and aging, in a study conducted at Bucknell.
- Professor, national research team identify cause of white-nose syndrome in bats
A team of scientists including Bucknell biology professor DeeAnn Reeder has identified the deadly fungus that causes white-nose syndrome in bats.
- From construction to cancer research: Bucknell student followed unusual path
Jim McMichael spent 20 years in the construction industry before going back to school in 2009. He transferred from a community college to Bucknell in December and is pursuing a bachelor's degree in biology.
- Bucknell Magazine: Take me to the river
Students discover history, learn watershed science and practice land-use management onthe University’s 444-mile classroom.