A photo collection of MSS activities in Fall 2011.
( DiversiTEA reception on 08/19/2011)
It provides an opportunity to interact and connect with other students, faculty and staff while gaining insights about the resources available from the Office of Multicultural Student Services, International Student Services, LGBT Awareness and the Women's Resource Center.
(T.E.A.M. groups training at Cowan Center)
(T.E.A.M Corn Maze trip)
The Bucknell University T.E.A.M. Peer Mentor Program is a year-long program for selected underrepresented students who will enter Bucknell University as first-year or transfer students in the fall. The program affords students the opportunity to engage in activities that will support their academic progress at Bucknell University and provide them with an early understanding of the University's academic and social atmosphere.
Professor John Sanchez from Pen State College giving lecture during American Indian Heritage Month on 11/01/2011
(Nutritionist Tanya Williams giving talk about delicious learning
The Student Success Series is designed to provide insight, skills, and other opportunities that will enhance students' capacity for a successful undergraduate experience here at Bucknell. The topics/areas selected for the series have been indicated and or suggested by students, faculty and staff as areas in which this type of programmatic support is needed.
Wacky Wednesdays give students a moment to take a break from class work and just have some fun!
(Japan Night fundraising dinner on 09/17/2011)
(BASA Bash on 11/19/2011)