If you become a student at Bucknell, you will work alongside award-winning professors and students - and have opportunities to claim your own prizes, publications or grants.

DeeAnn Reeder

DeeAnn Reeder

Professor DeeAnn Reeder, biology, discovered a new genus of bat in the South Sudan and is making breakthroughs in studying white-nose syndrome, a disease killing North American bats. She has a team of undergraduate researchers.

Claire Watkins

Claire Vaye Watkins

Professor Claire Vaye Watkins, English, won the 2012 Story Prize for her short-story collection, Battleborn.

Jim Baish

Jim Baish

Professor Jim Baish '79, biomedical and mechanical engineering, contributed to a discovery that could help doctors deliver chemotherapy drugs directly to their targets.

Kerong Kelly '16

Kerong Kelly '16

Kerong Kelly '16, an international relations major, received a coveted 2013 U.S. State Department Scholarship to study Arabic in Oman for a summer.

Mark Haussmann

Mark Haussmann

Professor Mark Haussmann, biology, discovered a link between prenatal stress and aging.

Derek Palacio

Derek Palacio

Professor of English Derek Palacio's short story "Sugarcane" was selected for inclusion in The O. Henry Story Prizes 2013.

John Bravman

President John Bravman

President John Bravman, a materials scientist, secured two patents for safer drug delivery via cardiac stents.

A trip to Japan

A Trip to Japan

A recent trip to Japan allowed students to explore the country's culture and language, along with is struggles with sustainability.

Anna Maasel '15 and Brian Lynch '14

Anna Maasel '15 and Brian Lynch '14 won first and second place, respectively, in their division competitions at the 2012 American Institute of Chemical Engineers national meeting.

Kevin Daly and Stephanie Larson

Professors Kevin Daly and Stephanie Larson, classics, take students with them to archaeological digs in Thebes.

Robert Rosenberg

Fulbright Scholar Awards

Four professors, including Robert Rosenberg, English, have won the 2013 Fulbright Scholar Awards to conduct research in India, France and the Republic of Cyprus.

Meritorious Winners

Three students were named meritorious winner in the 2013 Mathematical Contest in Modeling; fewer than 1 percent of the teams competing placed higher.

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