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Esra Kose

Assistant Professor of Economics

Ezra Kose

"Public policy in the United States is changing right now in radical ways. From immigration and minimum wage issues to changes in health care, millions of people are being affected. For my students, it's an opportunity to see how economic theory plays out in real time — and in real life."

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Markets, Innovation & Design

John Leasure '19

"The MIDE major is designed to give students training for a certain way of creative thinking, and it prepares you for a wide variety of fields."

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Katsuyuki Wakabayashin

Associate Professor of Chemical Engineering

Katsuyuki Wakabayashi

"The students here are the main focus. They take an active part in research, write up their papers and, in many cases, present them at national conferences themselves."

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Janiel Slowly ‘19

Political Science

Janiel Slowly ‘19

"It really isn't fair for students' and families' destinies to be predetermined by place of birth. We should be makers of our own destinies."

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Is All Broccoli Created Equal? Bucknell Undergraduates Investigate

Student researchers work with the Lewisburg Community Garden to assess how income and social class affect access to nutritious fruits and vegetables.

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Cool Class: Body/Language

Bucknell students learn fancy footwork as they explore connections between traditional social dance and Romantic literature in this interdisciplinary course.

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Symposium Shines Spotlight on Student Research

The annual Susquehanna Valley Undergraduate Research Symposium, held at Bucknell this year, showcases student studies across disciplines.

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Bucknell Professor Lauded for Science Evangelism

Professor Chris Martine, biology, was recognized with one of the botany world's highest honors for his science outreach, including his long-running YouTube series.

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Bucknell Is ‘Best of Both Worlds’ for Student-athlete Who Led World Cup Lacrosse Team

As a first-year student, Sophia Klaber '20 also served as captain of Belgium's 2017 women's national lacrosse squad.

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Shepherd Internship Empowers Bucknell Student to Dig for Evidence in Quest for Fair Trials

Soni Madnani '20's passion for social justice has led her to summer work with a public defender's office in Washington, D.C.

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Summer of Discovery Gives Students Head Start in Sciences

Join 14 incoming Bucknell students on a journey of exploration in the STEM Scholars Program.

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Undergraduate Researchers Decode the Odorous Language of Ants

The students in one of Bucknell's newest biology labs are taking a high-tech look at how Indian jumping ants communicate through smell.

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Fulbright Grant Will Take Bucknell Professor to Slovenia

The award will allow historian John Enyeart to pursue his study of anti-fascism in the early 20th century.

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