The Griot Institute for the Study of Black Lives and Cultures provides faculty and student intellectual and creative engagement with the interdisciplinary investigation of the cultures, histories, narratives, peoples, geographies and arts of Africa and the African diaspora.
International Student Services supports international students and the international campus constituency at Bucknell by providing visa assistance, orientation activities and opportunities for leadership development and cultural exploration.
Italian studies majors at Bucknell take courses in Italian language, culture, literature and cinema, and graduate with an intercultural awareness and critical-thinking skills to broaden any career path.
The Department of Languages, Cultures & Linguistics at Bucknell offers courses in six modern languages — Arabic, French, German, Modern Hebrew, Italian and Russian — as well as in American Sign Language and linguistics.
Library & Information Technology stewards and develops the collection of the Ellen Clarke Bertrand Library and supports the University's curriculum and operations with technical and academic resources.
Bucknell markets, innovation & design majors learn to recognize what consumers want — before they even know they want it — and build careers developing the products, brands and messages to meet those desires.
Bucknell offers a range of mathematics degree pathways to fit students' needs and learning goals, including the option to pursue a bachelor of arts or bachelor of science, to concentrate in theoretical or applied math and to earn a secondary teaching certification.