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In an election year like never before, three Bucknell student fellows are helping students navigate a high-stakes and highly complicated voting landscape.
Cheyanne Stunger '22 wasn't sure where an education in art would lead until she came to Bucknell, where she's pursuing her passion for the arts and forging her own path to success.
Nicole Reddig '22's curiosity led her to Bucknell, where the education and political science double-major is researching ways to improve teacher retention.
Alana Fisher '24 chose Bucknell because she wants to go beyond just studying racism, police brutality and anti-Semitism. She wants to do something about those pernicious problems.
Professor Nina Banks is rebuilding a long-overlooked historical body of work by early women economists.
When the COVID-19 pandemic disrupted summer plans for students, Bucknell stepped in with innovative internship solutions.
Professor Scott Meinke, political science, studies how systems of American government work and challenges his students to explore how they might be improved.
Students use 20th-century zombie films as a lens to analyze topics ranging from slavery and colonialism to global pandemics.
Three Bucknellians earned English teaching assistant awards through the Fulbright U.S. Student Program, one of the world's most prestigious cultural exchange initiatives.
Bucknell professors size up the sustainability of environmental gains from pandemic’s physical distancing.
Rich Stover '20's curiosity about a group of charitable inmates brought him face-to-face with prisoners inside SCI Coal Township, a medium-security prison near Bucknell.
Beyond the 3-point arc and inside the economics classroom, Abby Kapp '21 has found the perfect rhythm.
Helen Fish '21 is carving out a space for women in the finance industry.
Zenji Nakazawa '89 serves the U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) as legal adviser to the FCC chairman on public safety, homeland security, consumer protection and enforcement issues.
Audra Wilson '94, who majored in international relations and Spanish, is executive director of the League of Women Voters of Illinois.
Sociology major Marie Martinez Israelite '00 is at the front lines of a movement to better respond to victims’ needs, helping transform the criminal justice system’s response to victims of human trafficking.
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