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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.
Mikayla Horvath '23 chose Bucknell, earned a Presidential Fellowship and began working with Professor Hasan Arslan, chemistry, before she even moved into her first-year residence hall.
Presidential Fellow Emily Scholfield '22 is fusing critical thought and science to help others enhance their scientific literacy, at Bucknell and beyond.
Jerra Holdip '23 didn't wait until college to start addressing disparities in law. Now at Bucknell, she's helping bridge equity gaps for pre-law students of color.
With support from a Presidential Fellowship, Sami Wurm '22 uses technology to further her passion for performance.
Is sand a solid, liquid or gas? It's complicated. Ella Carlander '22, a physics major from Austin, Texas, is part of the team trying to chip away at the mysteries of granular media.
Cheyanne Stunger '22 wasn't sure where an education in art would lead until she came to Bucknell, where she's pursuing her passion for the arts and forging her own path to success.
From working in Bucknell's innovative labs to advancing humanities-focused projects, Allure Cooper '23 is taking every chance to make the most of her college experience.
Jasmine Minhas '22 chose Bucknell because she wanted to continue her brand of activism in college, one summarized by her personal motto: "less talk and more action."
With a penchant for visual analysis, Ryan Bremer '22 is applying the skills he's honed in film and history courses to a hands-on historical maps project.
Nicole Reddig '22's curiosity led her to Bucknell, where the education and political science double-major is researching ways to improve teacher retention.
Pennsylvania native and lifetime outdoorsman Jonathan Hayes '21 is pouring his passion for wildlife into a plant genetics project with real-world impact.
Alana Fisher '24 chose Bucknell because she wants to go beyond just studying racism, police brutality and anti-Semitism. She wants to do something about those pernicious problems.
From designing innovative furniture to singing with the Bucknell Camerata, Jaden Lee follows where his curiosity leads.
From a first-year research experience to an internship with Tesla, Caitlin D’Ambrosio is taking a hands-on approach to exploring her future.
Turner is exploring sociology and public policy as a researcher on a collaborative project with Geisinger, a regional health care system in central Pennsylvania.
A ride in an electric car changed Graham Heckert ’23's life. Now he's in the driver's seat.
Brandon Vessels '22 is transforming his love of fashion into learning opportunities inside and outside the classroom.
Dozens of factors led Katie Shives '24 to choose Bucknell out of the 15 schools on her list. But there was one piece of information she didn't have when making her decision: Katie had never visited campus.
The chance to maintain multiple interests — and not be forced to select one or two — is exactly why Faith Trejo '21 picked a college 2,000 miles from home.
Beyond the 3-point arc and inside the economics classroom, Abby Kapp '21 has found the perfect rhythm.
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