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Professors DeeAnn Reeder and Ken Field to study bats in Uganda to understand deadly disease spillovers to humans.
Four Bucknell students received Fulbright awards in 2019-20 competition, ranking the University among the top 40 baccalaureate institutions.
Refusing to stand on the past, four students seek outside-the-box ways to enhance the Bucknell experience.
Professor Nina Banks is rebuilding a long-overlooked historical body of work by early women economists.
Bucknell University Professor DeeAnn Reeder, biology, is an authority on infectious disease ecology, including the white-nose disease that has devastated North American bat populations.
As the leader of Bucknell's Pediatric Behavioral Health Lab, psychology professor Anna Baker ensures that undergraduates have a direct hand in research that yields crucial insights on the link between chronic illness and anxiety.
The Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences study shows vaccinating the oldest population first saves more lives and more potential years of life.
Audra Wilson '94, who majored in international relations and Spanish, is president and CEO of the Shriver Center on Poverty Law.
With tenacious research skills, natural curiosity and tireless compassion, Gissell Botero Rodriguez '19 helps develop the best treatment plan for cancer patients with the most complicated cases.
In the ever-evolving fight against global climate change, two passionate students are bringing solutions to neighbors in Bucknell’s backyard.
Bucknell’s Katelyn Allers and Blake Pantoja joined an international team that used NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope to discover planetary companions 450 million light-years from Earth.
Writer and illustrator Casey Barber ’00 turned her passion for flavor into a career as a food writer, illustrator and photographer.
A study abroad experience during her junior year inspired Brianna Clarke-Schwelm's work to advance public health, global development and women's empowerment.
Professor Sarah Lower, biology, studies the connections between the genetics of fireflies and the history of their evolution in different environments.
Brian Stolarz '95's decade-long journey to exonerate a death-row inmate is one of the remarkable true stories featured in a Netflix docuseries on criminal justice.
Recorded at Bucknell’s Rooke Recital Hall, the album Let Evening Come: American Songs Old & New (Albany Records) featuring lyric soprano and Professor Emily Martin makes The Chicago Tribune’s ‘"Best Classical Recordings" list.
Entwining her passions for environmental studies and theatre, Bethany Fitch '23 is sparking community conversations about climate change through a storytelling project on the ferocity of floods.
By revitalizing deforested agricultural streams in Bucknell’s backyard, biology students hope to improve water health in the Susquehanna River Valley and beyond.
United We Learn, a new student-driven online tutoring program, helps elementary through high school students set goals and create custom plans to succeed.
Video series gives students a unique outlet to showcase their creativity while advancing the center's mission of bringing arts and culture to the Bucknell community and beyond.
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