Jump into the deep end of our intellectual waters. Academic centers and institutes take full advantage of Bucknell's interdisciplinary and collaborative culture. Here you can plunge into research, coursework, symposiums and special projects that explore environmental issues; leadership in technology and management; public policy; Africana studies; poetry; race, ethnicity and gender; and more.

Samek Art Museum

The Samek Art Museum and Galleries are a program of Bucknell University that creates meaningful encounters between artists, students, scholars, the public and works of art. These encounters occur in the Samek Art Gallery, the Downtown Art Gallery, the Museum Collection Study Room, Connections Gallery, and the Project Room. These spaces activate the intellectual life of campus arts and challenge students and extend their creativity. The Galleries are academic art labs where experimental art, innovative curatorial practices, and co-curricular programming generate new ways to engage and inspire audiences.

Writing Program & Writing Center

At Bucknell, writing instruction takes place in writing-intensive courses offered at all levels in all disciplines. W1 courses offer a general introduction to college writing, while W2 courses allow students to practice rhetorical conventions in particular disciplines. All Bucknell undergraduate students must successfully complete one W1 course and two W2 courses before graduating. Established to support Bucknell's Writing Across the Curriculum Program, the Writing Center encourages writing as a process of creating and communicating knowledge and seeks to generate active learning, primarily by facilitating talk among thoughtful and supportive fellow writers.

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