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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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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

Standing in Solidarity

Thousands of students, faculty and staff filled the Academic Quad in a show of unity against discrimination.

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NT Live April 19: Behind the Beautiful Forevers

Behind the Beautiful Forevers will screen April 19 at the Campus Theatre as part of the ongoing National Theatre Live season.

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Making Meaning

The 2015 Annual Student Art Exhibition is a kaleidoscope of ideas.

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Navigating Poetry

The Bucknell Paths smartphone app, developed by Professor Stu Thompson's mobile computing class, puts the Poetry Path in your pocket.

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Learning, Doing and Giving: Alternative Spring Break

When spring break includes helping communities rebuild, learning about civil rights, being immersed in French, or backpacking inside the Grand Canyon, it might be called alternative.

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Bucknell Answers: United Flight 93 and America’s Mythic Origins

Alexander T. Riley has watched the United Flight 93 Memorial in Shanksville, Pa., grow from a patch of barren land to a collection of objects left by visitors to the permanent memorial that opened in 2011, and has written a new book on that transformation. What do these memorials reveal about America and what it means to be an American?

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Student Art Show Presents Kaleidoscope of Ideas

The artists' works reflect the diversity of thought and experience integral to the human condition.

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A House of Straw

At the third annual Sustainability Symposium, Bucknell students and faculty imagined the possibilities of sustainable design — including building homes with straw bales.

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Student Startup Madness

Out of more than 64 competitors, one Bucknell team of student entrepreneurs was selected to compete at SXSW.

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