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Bucknell Releases Comprehensive Fall Reopening Plan

Required COVID testing, enhanced cleaning, new classroom spaces, take-out dining are among changes to campus to mitigate the risk of infection.

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Bucknell Joins Schools Backing Harvard, MIT Lawsuit Over Student Visas

Amicus brief seeks immediate injunction to block Trump administration ruling.

A laptop showing a video call between Missy Gutkowski, director of the Center for Experiential Learning in the Freeman College of Management, and Tara Lahey '22.


On-the-job, Online: Bucknell Helps Students Continue Internships Virtually

When the COVID-19 pandemic disrupted summer plans for students, Bucknell stepped in with innovative internship solutions.

Bucknell bat biologists and professors Ken Field and DeeAnn Reeder


Bucknell Awarded NSF Grant to Study Bat Tolerance to Coronaviruses

Faculty and students to determine why bats have immune tolerance to coronavirus, research that could contribute to more effective human treatment.

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Bucknell Adjusts Admissions Policies in Response to the Pandemic

The policies are designed to help students whose high school experience was disrupted due to COVID-19.

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Bucknell Expands Summer Session Course Offerings

The University will offer nearly 50 courses to assist students whose summer plans have been disrupted by the pandemic.

Professor Brandon Vogel lies under the frame of a prototype intubation tent.


Bucknell Engineers Create PPE for Local Hospitals

Face shields, reusable masks are among the devices engineering students and faculty are developing to protect caregivers on the front line of the coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis.


Bucknell Launches Bison to Bison, an Online Community for Admitted Students

Bucknell introduces B2B: Bison to Bison, a digital network where admitted students and their families can interact with one another, ask questions and determine whether Bucknell is the right choice for them.

Miranda Williams '22 talks with friends via Zoom.


Bucknell Experts Share Tips For Reducing Stress During Physical Isolation

Psychology faculty and staff emphasize the importance of self-care and connection as Bucknellians adjust to physical isolation.

Evan Peck in a Zoom meeting with the Mr. Rogers' Neighborhood home background behind him.


Bucknell Faculty Get Creative as Remote Learning Begins

Professors go the extra mile to support students and make themselves available as Bucknell transitions to remote learning for the spring 2020 semester.