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Esra Kose

Assistant Professor of Economics

Esra 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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John Leasure '19

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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Featured News & Events

Naming Gift to Support Interdisciplinary Home for Management and Art

The gift will help fund a proposed 79,000-square-foot facility for the Freeman College of Management and the Department of Art & Art History.

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Using One University Resource, Students Chart Different Paths for Career Success

From Employer Expos to individual career counseling, students rely on Bucknell's Career Development Center to prepare for life after graduation.

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A Sustainable Home for the Humanities

The U.S. Green Building Council confers LEED certification to Hildreth-Mirza Hall, host of Bucknell's Humanities Center.

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Bucknell Students Track Giant Salamanders in Japan

Follow three student researchers and their professor as they trek through deep forests and mountain streams on the trail of the world's second-largest amphibian.

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Priming The Vote

Mauch Fellows encourage their fellow students to be active citizens

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Cool Classes: Foundations of Accounting II

Bucknell students explore ethics and careers in accounting and finance in a truly novel way.

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Engineering Students Offer an Inside View of Academic East Project

Sharing details on Instagram is one of several ways students are already discovering learning opportunities in the under-construction laboratory and classroom building.

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Biology Major Tap-dances Her Way Through Bucknell

A tap dancer since childhood, Katie Cantagallo '20 has brought her passion for performing to the student club she founded.

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Cool Classes: Comic Book Histories of the Middle East

Bucknell students explore the human experience in the Middle East and discover the region's rich diversity by reading graphic novels.

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