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At Bucknell, you'll be surrounded by amazing, talented, creative people who share your curiosity and desire to make a positive difference in the world. Get to know some of them.
Macy Albaitis '22 is discovering the hidden complexities of animal behavior.
Helen Fish '21 is carving out a space for women in the finance industry.
Carly Masonheimer '21 is pursuing her passion for science with support from Bucknell research programs.
James Cobbinah '20, an accounting & financial management major from Ghana, hopes to blend his interests in finance and charity as an entrepreneur in the airline industry.
Yili Wang '21 sees connections between the passions for music and mathematics that she's pursuing at Bucknell.
Nate Freed ’21 is aiming for a career in publishing — and gaining hands-on experience as an editorial intern at the Bucknell University Press.
Student-athlete Jenna Marek '21 unleashes her competitive fire on the soccer field, her creativity in the art studio, and her passion for helping others in her pre-health classes.
Evan Filion '20 says his environmental geosciences major blends an engineering mindset with real-world observations.
Along with seeking a mechanical engineering degree, Connor Grigg '20 had a personal goal in mind when he came to Bucknell. He wanted to become a stronger leader.
Psychology major Effiem Obasi '20 came to Bucknell and honed her passion for change into the clear goal of bringing health care and health education to underserved populations.
Craig Silverman '20 says Bucknell's small classes give him the opportunity to build a rapport with professors within and outside of his major — interdisciplinary studies in mathematics and economics.
Jewel Cook '20 cites her strong relationships with her chemical engineering professors as one of the best parts of her Bucknell experience.
Serena Tramm '20, mechanical engineering, takes full advantage of leadership opportunities in her areas of interest at Bucknell.
When Yasameen Mohammadi '20 came to Bucknell, her interest in both managing for sustainability and service work grew.
Carolyn Marino '20, English–literary studies, says her professors and peers make Bucknell the perfect place to study writing.
At Bucknell, India Carpenter '20 was able to major in both animal behavior and creative writing — while continuing her passion for horseback riding.
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