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Colleen Hull '22's experience in both of her majors — Spanish and managing for sustainability — has been defined by a closeness with fellow students and professors that goes far deeper than classwork.
Ian Herdt '22, a computer science major from Mount Airy, Md., is designing software that will use artificial intelligence to write snippets of music, potentially helping songwriters overcome writer's block.
With the help of a $10,000 grant from Davis Projects for Peace, Chanzé Ashsan '22 developed an entrepreneurial training program to combat economic insecurity in her home country of Pakistan.
Professor Douglas Collins' vast indoor air chemistry research seeks to isolate and analyze the abundant reactions between common household chemicals and home surfaces.
Angelica Crisi '01 uses the lessons she learned in Bucknell sociology courses and the corner office to help businesses enhance diversity, equity and inclusion.
Quentin Andrews '24, an economics and English double-major from Washington, D.C., is analyzing the trove of plays, documentaries and texts that emerged from Black Arts Movement of the '60s and '70s.
The new building, named to honor commitments from Steve '79 and Bonnie Bencsko Holmes '79, offers modern, technology-rich spaces for the Freeman College of Management and Department of Art & Art History.
The $271,000 award will fund a two-year self-assessment to identify systemic inequities and advancement barriers among faculty.
Five Bucknell students also will receive national plant sciences awards at this week’s Annual Botany Conference.
After representing South Africa in the Tokyo Olympics, seasoned water polo player Boati Motau '25 brings her winning skills — and pre-med ambitions — to Bucknell.
Professor Hiram Smith, Spanish, utilizes historical and social context to help his students gain a broader perspective on language and linguistics.
The Phi Beta Kappa Society program connects arts and sciences students with Phi Beta Kappa scholarship and public sector opportunities
Aries Contreras '22, a Bucknell Community College Scholar and psychology major from Whitehall, Pa., has won a Beinecke Scholarship to support her goal of earning a Ph.D. in social psychology.
Biology major and aspiring doctor Manya Saaraswat '19 uses the beauty pageant stage to advocate for equity in children's health care worldwide.
Professor Nina Banks is rebuilding a long-overlooked historical body of work by early women economists.
The book documents the speeches and writings of the civil rights activist and will be released June 15 — the 100th anniversary of Alexander receiving her Ph.D. from the University of Pennsylvania.
Professor Christopher Ellis, political science, emphasizes appreciation of different perspectives and mastery of quantitative data analysis in his teaching, which frequently incorporates the creation and conducting of surveys.
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.
Nearing completion this summer, the new home for the Freeman College of Management and the Department of Art & Art History will be named for Bucknell Trustee Steve Holmes '79 and his wife, Bonnie Bencsko Holmes '79.
In a year that tested nearly every facet of U.S. infrastructure, Bucknell’s backyard served as a compelling case study for economics research exploring the revitalization of rural America post-pandemic.
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