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"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

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Political Science

Janiel Slowly ‘19

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Scholarships Help Bucknell Students Gain Nonprofit Experience

With funding from the Bucknell Public Interest Program, students explore public service careers through summer internships at home and abroad.

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Meet Bucknell’s New Full Professors

The University welcomes 14 faculty members to the highest rank of the academy.

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Making Sense of the Midterm Elections

The Bucknell Institute for Public Policy's fall lecture series shines a spotlight on key issues for voters.

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Leading the National Higher Ed Discussion

President John Bravman served as host and moderator of The Presidents Dinner, a candid conversation among 13 presidents from prestigious private institutions and nearly 30 members of the national news media.

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Bucknell to Hold Family Weekend Sept. 21-23

The annual weekend celebration features activities designed to engage the whole family.

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Grants Allow Bucknell Professor to Study Central Asian Glacier Loss

Amanda Wooden will use a photovoice methodology to view environmental change through the eyes of local residents.

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Cool Classes: The Globalization Debate

Bucknell students hash out the pros and cons of our increasingly integrated world economy, using games and student-led discussions.

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Sky-high Internship Bridges Bucknell Education and Work Experience

Engineering and management major Tyler Keiser '20 gets an up-close view at Central Pennsylvania's largest transportation project in decades.

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Mellon Foundation Grant to Boost Bucknell Humanities

The $743,000 award will engage faculty and students in the most urgent questions and challenges of our time, bringing new perspectives to the search for solutions.

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