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.
As a mathematical economics major at Bucknell, you’ll dig past the data in spreadsheets and trend curves to uncover real stories and understand the quantitative models that drive global economic decisions.
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.
Bucknell University's neuroscience major combines the expertise of our top-tier psychology, biology and animal behavior programs. Students explore how the brain and nervous system affect appetite, the cognition of music and more.
Provost Elisabeth Mermann-Jozwiak is the University's chief academic officer, with responsibility for integrating our living and learning environments to achieve Bucknell's main goal: to transform students through rigorous and sustained academic study supported and enriched by co-curricular and residential experiences.
Bucknell psychology majors gain more than outstanding classroom instruction. Students will have opportunities to conduct faculty-guided research in our animal lab, study abnormal psychology at Danville State Psychiatric Hospital or work with children at our on-site child care center.