Bucknell works closely with students to help them arrange for internships in such areas as wildlife studies and administration.
Recently, animal behavior majors have had internships in zoo design, aquarium administration, research in physiology and anatomy, grant-making and nature photography.
We encourage our students to study abroad. Recently students have studied in Africa, Australia, and New Zealand. Other programs in Europe, Asia, South and Central America also are a good fit. Students can explore the many study abroad opportunities through the Office of International Education
Students in Bucknell's animal behavior program have collaborated with faculty on hundreds of publications in scientific journals. The number of conference papers and reports is even larger. These are just a few recent topics:
- Cooperative behavior in capuchin monkeys
- Localization of the Genome of Deformed Wing Virus (DWV) in the Brains of Honeybees