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What are you made of? Find out at Bucknell, through a wide array of classes where top faculty will teach you to think critically and communicate well — valuable and highly transferable skills that last forever. Choose from more than 50 majors, including engineering and management. Ready to learn more? Let's go.

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This is Ivan. He's from Mexico City and studies both management and dance at Bucknell.

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Ivan Flores '16

This is Ivan. He's from Mexico City and studies both management and dance at Bucknell.

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Our Faculty & Students

Michael Krout

Assistant Professor of Chemistry

Michael Krout

"Knowing that a student thought of how a reaction might occur, executed it and watched the reaction performed exactly as planned is pretty powerful. It's not just mixing a recipe. We are controlling matter on an atomic level."

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Dajah Massey '15

civil engineering and management for engineers

Dajah Massey '15

"All senior engineers complete a senior design project. You get to do research and create a project on a topic related to your major. I decided to focus on anaerobic digestion, which involves turning food waste into energy."

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Katherine Faull

Professor of German & Humanities

Katherine Faull

"More digital techniques are being integrated into the ways we teach, and Bucknell is a place of encounter between the disciplines. Our new technical capabilities inspire exploration across majors and departments."

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Ivan Flores ’16

markets, innovation & design

Ivan Flores ’16

"Dance has been one of my greatest experiences at Bucknell. I’ve had to figure out how to express what I want to say through movement, transitions, formations and other elements of dance."

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Jimmy Chen

Assistant Professor of Business Analytics & Operations

Jimmy Chen

"Many of the products we see, touch and interact with are related to supply chain and operations management. Understanding how a supply chain works and how it relates to the success of a business are essential skills."

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Zoe Russell ’17

English and sociology

Zoe Russell ’17

"The fulfillment I get out of being a part of these amazing communities where we work to achieve goals and watch them unfold with great success, and have fun — I wouldn't give it up for a million full nights of sleep."

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Barry Long

Associate Professor of Music

Barry Long

"When we talk about jazz, everyone can agree that Louis Armstrong was a revolutionary talent. What I want my students to understand is that he was a revolutionary in terms of social justice, too."

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Gwenn Gideon ’15

psychology and theatre

Gwenn Gideon ’15

"Theatre has always attracted me for its ability to create change. I want to link my major in theatre with my major in psychology to raise awareness about psychological issues."

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Featured News & Events

Bucknell Takes the Hill

Five Bucknell students are sharing their experiences as Capitol Hill interns via Instagram.

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New Professorships and Chairs to Boost Faculty Research

Bucknell professors named to endowed academic positions will pursue a variety of scholarly projects.

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Bucknell Answers: Blowing the Whistle

Professor Cynthia Guthrie, management, discusses what motivates employees to report wrongdoing on the job. 

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The Wonderful World of Wizardry

Justin Schwartz ’04, a ride engineer at Universal Orlando, takes Bucknell behind the scenes of one of the park’s latest additions: The Wizarding World of Harry Potter.

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Bucknell to host 'Music in the Dark' on Thursday, June 25

Bucknell University will host Music in the Dark on Thursday, June 25, at 10 p.m. on the Academic Quad. The event, which combines the art of improvised acoustic music with the science of astronomy, is free and open to the public.

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Engineering Child's Play

Students in the second annual Bucknell Fabrication Workshop developed prototype toys to stimulate young imaginations.

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Making Changes

Bucknell's growing maker movement shines during the White House's National Week of Making.

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To Russia and Back Again

Bucknell graduate Jared Eister '15 has earned two awards, including a Fulbright, to travel to Russia.

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Ties that Bind

Bucknell Public Interest Program interns build ties to their communities, wherever they may be.

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