The following menu has 2 levels.
Use left and right arrow keys to navigate between menus.
Use up and down arrow keys to explore within a submenu.
Use enter to activate.
Within a submenu, use escape to move to top level menu parent. From top level menus, use escape to exit the menu.
News & Stories in:
An NSF grant opened the door for computational exploration and a big discovery.
The Samek Art Museum hosts the U.S. debut of the big data miniature mechanical city exhibit by British artist Stanza.
Building upon his yearslong interest in psychology, Henry Martin '25 is seeking to unlock insights into human behavior by studying the mammals that most closely resemble us.
The botanists publish a new species description, naming the Australian bush tomato plant Solanum scalarium.
With a thriving presence in the Boston music scene, Oompa Williams '14 has used her art to become unbothered.
The Bucknell study is the first to examine the effect of bacterial pathogens on fireflies and may help address their declining population trend.
Professor Matías Vernengo helps students understand modern-day global challenges through the lens of economics.
At Spotify, Brian Pei ’13 melds his affinity for data with his love of music.
Professor Nina Banks is rebuilding a long-overlooked historical body of work by early women economists.
Professor Douglas Collins' vast indoor air chemistry research seeks to isolate and analyze the abundant reactions between common household chemicals and home surfaces.
The seven award recipients come from across Bucknell’s three colleges and share a common commitment to student success.
Geology and biology double-major Jordan Isaacs '23 is using advanced techniques and technology to see what lies beneath the earth's surface — without digging up any dirt.
At Bucknell, self-proclaimed "people person" Grace Hauer '24 is furthering her ambition of becoming a doctor while helping other female students prepare for their careers.
The national survey found more than half of respondents believed official statistics underestimated inflation and unemployment rates.
The professor of English will expand her study of U.S. Latinx Theatre during an intensive year at National Humanities Center in North Carolina.
It didn't take Gabby Diaz '25 long to find belonging at Bucknell. She started making connections right away through the Latine Alliance for Community and Opportunity for Students, one of Bucknell's 200 student clubs.
The five-year fellowship includes three years of financial support including an annual stipend of $34,000 and a cost of education allowance of $12,000 to the institution.
Bucknell researchers will use the $60,000 award to compare data about 280,000 individuals incarcerated in Pennsylvania over the last 30 years with the realities the imprisoned describe.
The number of students receiving prestigious math and science scholarships matches or beats some of the nation's top research institutions.
The team's ongoing research can help unravel the complex factors impacting the health and behavior of honeybees and North American native pollinators.
Want to learn more about Bucknell?