Q&A with Grace Shelton ’84
Now a vice chairman for Cushman & Wakefield, one of the world’s largest real-estate firms, and a Bucknell trustee, Kohn has followed a path that exemplifies the power of the Bucknell network.
Bucknell's Engineering Success Alliance offers pathways to success for students from underrepresented backgrounds.
Remembering Joe Fell, a beret-wearing model of erudition.
Playwright W. David Hancock ’84 immerses audiences in interactive worlds.
Jim Marshall ’88 scores big with sports marketing career.
Don Shacknai ’83 helps New Yorkers find less costly living spaces in a city of contrasts.
Deb Lonzer ’86 coaches other physicians facing challenges.
Salt courses through all of our veins, but it runs particularly rich in the blood of Nancy Payne Bruns ’88, co-founder of J.Q. Dickinson Salt Works.
“I want to send a message that we need to embrace and rejoice in our diversity.”
Until a few years ago, Mark Salvacion ’86 was a successful corporate attorney, but the work left him feeling unsatisfied, so he made a move he’d been dreaming of for years.
Catch up with Bucknell alumni in pictures.
More alumni and faculty books from the Winter 2018 issue
My time in Lewisburg and at Bucknell paved the way for every brave thing I’ve ever done after.
A cognitive psychologist who specializes in music perception, Professor Andrea Halpern has been collaborating with undergraduate researchers since she joined the Bucknell faculty in 1983.
What goes into making a poet? For Jeanne Minahan McGinn '83, a forced appreciation of Bruce Springsteen's "Thunder Road" marks the beginning.
Record-breaking fundraising campaign concludes, reaching $513 million.
Brockett Parsons ’89, keyboardist for Lady Gaga and inventor of the PianoArc, found his path to music at Bucknell.