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What are you made of? Find out at Bucknell, through a wide array of classes where top faculty will teach you to think critically and communicate well — valuable and highly transferable skills that last forever. Choose from more than 50 majors, including engineering and management. Ready to learn more? Let's go.

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This is Ivan. He's from Mexico City and studies both management and dance at Bucknell.

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Ivan Flores '16

This is Ivan. He's from Mexico City and studies both management and dance at Bucknell.

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Michael Krout

Assistant Professor of Chemistry

Michael Krout

"Knowing that a student thought of how a reaction might occur, executed it and watched the reaction performed exactly as planned is pretty powerful. It's not just mixing a recipe. We are controlling matter on an atomic level."

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Dajah Massey '15

civil engineering and management for engineers

Dajah Massey '15

"All senior engineers complete a senior design project. You get to do research and create a project on a topic related to your major. I decided to focus on anaerobic digestion, which involves turning food waste into energy."

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Katherine Faull

Professor of German & Humanities

Katherine Faull

"More digital techniques are being integrated into the ways we teach, and Bucknell is a place of encounter between the disciplines. Our new technical capabilities inspire exploration across majors and departments."

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Ivan Flores ’16

markets, innovation & design

Ivan Flores ’16

"Dance has been one of my greatest experiences at Bucknell. I’ve had to figure out how to express what I want to say through movement, transitions, formations and other elements of dance."

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Jimmy Chen

Assistant Professor of Business Analytics & Operations

Jimmy Chen

"Many of the products we see, touch and interact with are related to supply chain and operations management. Understanding how a supply chain works and how it relates to the success of a business are essential skills."

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Zoe Russell ’17

English and sociology

Zoe Russell ’17

"The fulfillment I get out of being a part of these amazing communities where we work to achieve goals and watch them unfold with great success, and have fun — I wouldn't give it up for a million full nights of sleep."

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Barry Long

Associate Professor of Music

Barry Long

"When we talk about jazz, everyone can agree that Louis Armstrong was a revolutionary talent. What I want my students to understand is that he was a revolutionary in terms of social justice, too."

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Gwenn Gideon ’15

psychology and theatre

Gwenn Gideon ’15

"Theatre has always attracted me for its ability to create change. I want to link my major in theatre with my major in psychology to raise awareness about psychological issues."

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Featured News & Events

Bucknell Answers: Opera and Emotion

Emily Martin, professor of music and director of the Bucknell Opera Company, discusses opera's appeal and accessibility.

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Flirting 101

Bucknell research reveals the best techniques to make a romantic connection, and why women are better at flirting than men. 

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Peering into the Vapors

A team of Bucknell engineers is learning more about e-cigarettes.

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Penn Central Wind Band in Concert July 25

The Penn Central Wind Band will give its last concert of the summer beginning at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, July 25, in the Weis Center for the Performing Arts on the campus of Bucknell University. Admission is free.

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Evolving to Extinction

Is it possible for a species to evolve to a point where it's too specialized to survive? Bucknell University Professor Chris Martine, biology, believes the answer may sometimes be yes.

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Weis Center 2015-16 Season Begins Aug. 28

It opens with free outdoor concerts on Aug. 28 and Sept. 4 on Bucknell University's Weis Center Plaza.

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Social Network

Research supported by Bucknell's Digital Scholarship Center aims to create a better place to learn and live.

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Project for Peace Bringing Books to Burma

Bucknell civil engineering major Ngone "Carmen" Oo '17 has been awarded a $10,000 Projects for Peace grant to bring books and electricity to a Myanmar village.

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Bucknell Takes the Hill

Five Bucknell students are sharing their experiences as Capitol Hill interns via Instagram.

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