December 2012 News
- Janet Weis Jazz Series begins Jan. 30
The Weis Center for the Performing Arts at Bucknell University is pleased to announce three new jazz shows, as part of the spring 2013 Janet Weis Jazz Series. All events in the series are free and open to the public.
- A wrinkle in time
Through life-sized renderings of yearbook photos, painting project brings together Bucknell's past and present.
- Ask the Experts: The end of the world
With doomsday drawing near, Associate Professor of Physics and Astronomy Ned Ladd discusses the end of the world.
- Maxwell Awards honor two collaborative groups
Two collaborative project teams at Bucknell University -- the Lewisburg Community Garden and Gender Neutral Housing -- were honored recently with the Maxwell Award.
- Classroom in the clouds
A group of Bucknell students recently received a ‘once-in-a-lifetime’ learning experience more than 1,300 feet above ground — a tour of the nearly completed One World Trade Center building.
- What happens at the Aphasia Center
Through a linguistics course that includes service, Bucknell University students see firsthand how language disorders affect individuals.
- Ask the Experts: Fiscal cliff
Greg Krohn, associate professor of economics, explains what the "fiscal cliff" really is and what could happen if the country goes over it.
- We Do.
The two words are more than a campaign theme — they define the Bucknell spirit.
- Chemistry's unprecedented year
The Department of Chemistry has received four National Science Foundation grants for faculty research projects, including those that can improve drug delivery and shed light on climate change.
- Public launch of historic campaign highlights Homecoming celebration
Bucknell publicly launched its half-billion-dollar fundraising campaign during one of the most memorable Homecoming celebrations in University history.
- Paper Bag Players Dec. 15 at Weis Center
The Paper Bag Players will present "Saddles and Sunshine", a free family-friendly kids' show, at the Weis Center for the Performing Arts at Bucknell University Dec. 15 at 1 p.m. Tickets are not required. The doors will open at 12:30 p.m.