This series brings students, faculty, and the Bucknell community together to discuss research in progress and hear talks by visiting scientists. It is sponsored by the psychology department, Psi Chi, and the University Lectureship Committee (and sometimes others). All interested members of the community are welcome to attend. Light refreshments are served and a short reception after each talk offers the opportunity to chat with the speaker.

For questions or more information about the speakers or series, please contact Kevin Myers and/or Aaron Mitchel, coordinators of the Psychology Colloquium series.

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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The Brazilian Connection

A partnership between the Brazilian government and Bucknell University will send Professor Charles Knisely '75, one of three faculty to receive Fulbright research awards, to Brazil.

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Bucknell Sophomore Awarded Goldwater Scholarship

Bucknell sophomore Meredith Lutz has received a prestigious Barry Goldwater Scholarship, an award granted to undergraduate students with outstanding potential for research careers in the fields of mathematics, natural sciences and engineering. 

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A New View on Autism

The latest round of Bucknell Geisinger Research Initiative grants will fund six projects to improve clinical care, including two to develop better tools for diagnosing autism spectrum disorder.

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Science of Distraction

Bucknell University psychology students tested principles of distraction during a men's basketball game.

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