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Student-athlete Meghan Catherwood '25 has made a splash in competitive diving while also contributing to impactful biology research at Bucknell.
Bucknell continues to be a top producer of Fulbright students.
The professor and chair of art & art history's new exhibition will run through February in her native Turkey at Istanbul's Ferda Art Platform.
Bonnie Limmer '02 works to identify and share information about cyber threats and vulnerabilities so organizations can safeguard themselves.
The Bucknell biology professor co-authors the comprehensive review of previous scholarly literature, which was published today in ‘Biology Letters.’
Ben Fink '24 is leveraging the expertise he developed while studying abroad in Australia to help a local business create a new sustainable beverage.
The new center will advance the scholarship of data science by fostering cross-college, data-integrated learning and excellence in data literacy among students.
Chemistry Club students organized this year’s Oct. 24 show, which will feature fire-breathing pumpkins, foamy explosions and more spooky science.
Six faculty members from across Bucknell's three colleges are honored with awards for their dedication to teaching and scholarship.
Art & art history professor wins statewide competition in the category of ‘work on paper’ for his piece ‘NYTimes BLM.’
Bucknell husband and wife economics professors publish study finding goals, yellow cards and penalty kicks increase the more fans are in the stadium.
More than 250 Bucknell students are spending their summer conducting experiments, delving into archives and exploring creative questions to make meaningful discoveries.
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.
A valuable research internship prompted Matt McMullen '24 to explore a new interest — and possible future — in urban planning and landscape architecture.
The noted bat researcher will present in the June 26 webinar on zoonotic spillover from bats to humans and ecological countermeasures that can stop it.
The grant will fund two on-campus summer institutes for 40 local teachers and support related research on teacher retention.
Four Bucknellians have been accepted into the prestigious Fulbright U.S. Student program, and another student has been selected as a Key Into Public Service Scholar.
Bucknell students have assisted 29 business startups in the past year as consultants with the Bucknell Small Business Development Center.
Professor Jackie Villadsen is a co-author in a breakthrough Nature paper documenting the first images of a radiation belt observed outside of our solar system and the first from a brown dwarf.
Eight Bucknellians have been awarded two of the most prestigious fellowships and scholarships in higher education: National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowships and Barry Goldwater Scholarships.
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