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As a first-year STEM Scholar, April Hurlock '23 is discovering the potentially harmful and inadequately studied effects of third-hand cigarette smoke.
Bucknell University has been awarded a $1 million grant from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, in partnership with the National Historical Publications and Records Commission, to develop a liberal arts based digital editions publishing cooperative.
For Bucknell Professor Angèle Kingué, French and Francophone studies, nothing is more important than communicating powerfully and effectively with others through her teaching, writing and mentoring.
One of the hundreds of creative humans behind Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge, Rachel Sherbill '09 sharpened her design and leadership skills at Bucknell.
A recent study by Bucknell biology researchers shows that when it comes to stress, what doesn’t kill you may, in fact, make you stronger.
Mark Haussmann, biology professor, partners with students to conduct and publish cutting-edge research on the links between stress and aging.
Giuliana Ferrara '22 is channeling her passion for global education into on-campus leadership and research.
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.
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 Brantley Gasaway, religious studies, places empathy and inquiry at the center of his courses on religion and American politics.
Professor Katelyn Allers, physics & astronomy, trains her telescope on brown dwarves — small, free-floating planets that can be examined without interference from a parent star.
Bucknell University Professor Judith Grisel, psychology, is a behavioral neuroscientist with a particular interest in addiction.
A Bucknell student directed a first-of-its-kind staging of "Twelve Angry Men" inside SCI Coal Township, a prison located about 45 minutes southeast of Bucknell.
Macy Albaitis '22 is discovering the hidden complexities of animal behavior.
The student-initiated study adds a new dimension to the debate surrounding the safety of the devices.
Over the course of just two months, 27 Bucknell students worked together to weave words, music, sets, lighting, props and costumes into a two-hour play perfectly suited to this moment in time.
With Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge at Disneyland and Disney World, Rachel Sherbill ’09 transports fans into their favorite franchise.
Kyle Fouke ’20, a geology major from Urbana, Ill., joined a team of researchers from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign on a 9,000-mile journey to the Great Barrier Reef in Australia.
The real reward of writing, according to Professor Chinelo Okparanta, English, is sharing stories that connect us in meaningful ways.
Carly Masonheimer '21 is pursuing her passion for science with support from Bucknell research programs.
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