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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 Nina Banks is rebuilding a long-overlooked historical body of work by early women economists.
Professor Eric Kennedy, biomedical engineering, aims to reduce playground injuries by analyzing design, appropriateness of substrates for cushioning falls, and maintenance procedures that can prevent accidents.
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 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 Douglas Collins' vast indoor air chemistry research seeks to isolate and analyze the abundant reactions between common household chemicals and home surfaces.
Acclaimed classical vocalist Emily Martin, music, amplifies the work of underrepresented musicians in her Bucknell courses and beyond.
From investigating fraud to managing their own finances, Professor Stacy Mastrolia, accounting, gives her students a 360 view of all that accountants can do.
Professor Kate Suslava, management, who once planned to study Italian dialects as a graduate student, merges linguistics and management in her current research.
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.
As the leader of Bucknell's Pediatric Behavioral Health Lab, psychology professor Anna Baker ensures that undergraduates have a direct hand in research that yields crucial insights on the link between chronic illness and anxiety.
Over more than a decade of exploring the Australian Outback, Professor Chris Martine, biology, has found several new species of plants.
Professor Matt Bailey, the Christian R. Lindback Chair in Business Administration, uses analytics and mathematical modeling to help small organizations solve thorny problems.
Professor Sarah Lower, biology, studies the connections between the genetics of fireflies and the history of their evolution in different environments.
Professor Jimmy Chen, management, investigates the influence of suppliers' allocation decisions and studies how retailers regulate their suppliers through vendor compliance programs.
Professor Courtney Burns takes a close look at how gender stereotypes influence policy decisions of women in power.
Professor Annetta Grant goes beyond economics to examine what motivates homeowners to spend on renovation projects.
Professor Eric Santanten, who studies online privacy, says even his most tech-savvy students are often surprised by the data trail their online lives leave behind.
Drivers can't tell what hazards might be lurking around the next corner. Bucknell Professor Craig Beal '05, mechanical engineering, wants to fix that.
Professor Brantley Gasaway, religious studies, places empathy and inquiry at the center of his courses on religion and American politics.
Professor Scott Meinke, political science, studies how systems of American government work and challenges his students to explore how they might be improved.
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