Engineering Child's Play

Students in the second annual Bucknell Fabrication Workshop developed prototype toys to stimulate young imaginations.

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Notable awards, achievements and media highlights.

Bucknell Students Honored at Botany Conference

Mae Lacey ’18 and Ian Gilman ’15 were honored at the international Botany 2015 conference in Edmonton, Alberta.

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Keep Calm and Study On

NBC News
Bucknell student Caroline Guttridge ’17 says first-year students shouldn’t fear the faculty.

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Big Dragon on Campus: China’s Soft Power-play in Academia
Professor Zhiqun Zhu, director of the China Institute and MacArthur Chair of East Asian Politics, says China has “quickly and quietly doubled its efforts to win Latin American and Caribbean countries away from Taiwan” in order to “further isolate Taiwan diplomatically.”

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Do After-hours Emails Constitute Overtime?
Professor Neil Boyd, management, explains that a new proposal of an increased pay threshold for nonexempt workers may cause employers to strategize differently with their pay rates.

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