Class of 2016 graduates who shared their Bucknell experiences through Student Stories are ready to take what they've learned to the world of work and graduate school. They pursued degrees across the College of Arts & Sciences, School of Management and College of Engineering, making their mark on academic and community life on campus.
Among them, they pursued:
- Undergraduate research in 10 different academic disciplines
- More than 20 leadership roles on campus
- Membership in more than 12 academic organizations and honor societies and more than 30 student-run organizations
- Off-campus study and service opportunities in Australia, Dominican Republic, England, France, Italy and Nicaragua, as well as locally and around the U.S.
- More than 15 internships
- Division I athletics, including men's and women's basketball, lacrosse and soccer; and club sports, including ice hockey and soccer
In addition, they received academic and student leadership awards during their time on campus and 17 Commencement awards for their achievements and contributions in English, French, geography, geology, international understanding, leadership, mathematics, philosophy, service, theatre, and for potential in the fields of medicine and public and community affairs.
Learn more about these exceptional graduates and their contributions to life at Bucknell.
Ben Barrett, biology and sociology, will pursue a master of health science in the Department of Epidemiology at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.
Ahmed Elnaiem, cell biology & biochemistry, will pursue a doctor of medicine degree at Harvard Medical School.
Ryan Frazier, accounting & financial management, will work at Bank of America Merrill Lynch in New York City as an equity capital markets analyst.
Sydney Isaacs, civil engineering, will work at energy company AECOM in Pittsburgh, Pa., as a water/wastewater engineer.
Jesse Klug, managing for sustainability, will work as the education support assistant for Friends of the Children, a nonprofit organization that works to improve educational outcomes and job opportunities for youth in Seattle, Wash.
Jillian Korn, biology, will attend medical school at the State University of New York at Buffalo.
Shiri Levine, markets, innovation & design, will work for Urban Outfitters in planning and merchandising for the brand Anthropologie in the Philadelphia corporate office.
Evan Miu, chemical engineering, will work for German chemical company BASF in the Engineering Professional Development Program.
Eric Monfort, environmental geology, will work at Langan Engineering and Environmental Services in New York City as an environmental geologist.
Noelle Watters, mathematics, will pursue a doctoral degree in industrial engineering at the University of Pittsburgh.