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Our faculty is more than 360 strong, and each professor has a unique story to tell. Meet the passionate educators and scholars who will guide your journey as you pursue your intellectual passions.
Professor Scott Meinke, political science, studies how systems of American government work and challenges his students to explore how they might be improved.
Bucknell University Professor Eric Martin, management, studies international development and community change that cuts across the public, private and nonprofit sectors.
Bucknell University Professor DeeAnn Reeder, biology, is an authority on infectious disease ecology, including the white-nose disease that has devastated North American bat populations.
For Bucknell Professor Angèle Kingué, French and Francophone studies, nothing is more important than communicating powerfully and effectively with others through her teaching, writing and mentoring.
Professor Mark Haussmann, biology, partners with students to conduct and publish cutting-edge research on the links between stress and aging.
Professor Jimmy Chen, management, investigates the influence of suppliers' allocation decisions and studies how retailers regulate their suppliers through vendor compliance programs.
Professor T. Joel Wade, psychology, who studies human attraction and romantic relationships, finds that his teaching and research facilitate each other, which deepens his students' understanding while advancing his scholarship.
Professor Christopher Ellis, political science, emphasizes appreciation of different perspectives and mastery of quantitative data analysis in his teaching, which frequently incorporates the creation and conducting of surveys.
Professor Brantley Gasaway, religious studies, places empathy and inquiry at the center of his courses on religion and American politics.
Professor Kate Suslava, management, who once planned to study Italian dialects as a graduate student, merges linguistics and management in her current research.
Professor Katelyn Allers, physics & astronomy, trains her telescope on brown dwarves — small, free-floating planets that can be examined without interference from a parent star.
Bucknell University Professor Judith Grisel, psychology, is a behavioral neuroscientist with a particular interest in addiction.
As a novice banker, Eddy Ng saw an injustice in his field. As a professor of management focusing on workplace diversity, he's helping to right it, and teaching his students to make their own workplaces more equitable and inclusive.
The real reward of writing, according to Professor Chinelo Okparanta, English, is sharing stories that connect us in meaningful ways.
As Professor Erin Jablonski, chemical engineering, pursued her education and career in a male-dominated field, she has paid careful attention to factors that could undermine student success in grades K-12.
Professor Neil Boyd, management, teaches his students that organizational sustainability must balances three bottom lines: financial, environmental and social.
Professor Erica Delsandro , women's & gender studies, routinely shakes up her students' understanding of social constructs such as race, gender and sexuality — often by helping them view the world through the lens of literature produced in the late-19th and early-20th centuries.
As a professor of history and Africana studies, Beeta Baghoolizadeh teaches her students that even official records have an editorial viewpoint that has been curated to emphasize some facts and leave out others.
Professor Sarah Lower, biology, studies the connections between the genetics of fireflies and the history of their evolution in different environments.
Professor Thomas Kinnaman, economics, isn’t afraid to challenge prevailing beliefs about environmental issues and policies, even if the data contradicts popular pro-environmental opinion.
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