- Lee Weingrad '66
In 1987, Lee Weingrad '66 (philosophy) first traveled to Tibet in search of the 500-year-old Surmang Dutsi-til, the fabled hill of elixir of immortality. What he found instead were impoverished nomads whose hardscrabble existence was a day-to-day struggle for survival.
- Oliver Chen M'97
Oliver Chen M'97 (mechanical engineering) brings oxygen to the world. And nitrogen. And argon. As Air Products & Chemicals' manager of project engineering for Asia, he oversees the building of all air separation plants in China and Asia.
- Bradley Feuling '03
When the students in ENGR 290: Engineering in a Global/Societal Context arrived in China for three weeks, they had the president of the Bucknell Alumni Club of China, Bradley Feuling '03 (economics), and his team to thank.
- Li Wan '10
Sometimes returning home means venturing into uncharted territory. Last year, Li Wan '10 (economics and mathematics) left her job as an analyst at Goldman Sachs to help co-run a new venture capital firm in Beijing, Younker Capital.