Freeman Week

April 5-9, 2021

Freeman Week is a celebration of management education at Bucknell University. Launched in 2019 to commemorate the first anniversary of the naming of the Freeman College, this weeklong celebration is where undergraduate students can connect with powerful industry leaders in a number of fields. Its centerpiece is the Business Trends Summit, where alumni experts offer analysis and economic forecasts in fields from social entrepreneurship to blockchain investment, the climate economy to retail and fashion. Other Freeman Week events include the annual Walling Lecture and student activities. View the complete list of Freeman Week events below.

The Walling Lecture 

April 8, Virtual

Jim Nevels ’74, Founder, Chairman & CEO of The Swarthmore Group

About the Walling Lecture

The Walling Lecture is funded by the Fitz Roy & Mary Jane Walling Management Endowment, and honors Fitz Walling's many years as a University leader. He served as the longtime dean of admissions; helped start the College of Arts & Sciences, the College of Engineering and the former College of Business Administration; and established the Office of Planned Giving.

Past Walling Lecture Speakers

Business Trends Summit

Date: Monday, April 5 - Friday, April 9, 2021
Location: Virtual via Zoom

This summit is designed to introduce students to industry leaders in a number of fields and foster networking among the attendees. Open to current Bucknell students and faculty from all majors, class years and departments. Join us for one session, the entire day or whatever fits into your schedule. Find a detailed schedule below.

Register for the Business Trends Summit

Freeman Week Events

Contact Details

Freeman College of Management

Location

117 Holmes Hall

Hours

8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.