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Professor Matías Vernengo helps students understand modern-day global challenges through the lens of economics.
Professor Nina Banks is rebuilding a long-overlooked historical body of work by early women economists.
The national survey found more than half of respondents believed official statistics underestimated inflation and unemployment rates.
Through the lens of an environmentally damaged creek, a Bucknell environmental ethnography course explored the deep connections between the environment and people of a coal region community.
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.
Bucknell is one of only four baccalaureate institutions to receive three prestigious ‘scholar’ awards. Bucknell’s scholars are currently pursuing their research in alignment with the Fulbright mission of enhancing mutual understanding in Cyprus, Costa Rica, and Australia.
At Bucknell, geography students learn GIS skills as undergrads, using real-world data to create maps that convey information in a new way and uncover storylines others might have missed.
The study analyzing more than 212 college counseling center websites was published in the Journal of College Counseling.
The deeper Paris Gallagher '23 digs into her religious studies major, the more connections she finds to diverse disciplines across Bucknell's College of Arts & Sciences.
Angelica Crisi '01 uses the lessons she learned in Bucknell sociology courses and the corner office to help businesses enhance diversity, equity and inclusion.
Quentin Andrews '24, an economics and English double-major from Washington, D.C., is analyzing the trove of plays, documentaries and texts that emerged from Black Arts Movement of the '60s and '70s.
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.
The national survey considers ideas about fundamental changes to the way politics and elections are run in the U.S.
The Phi Beta Kappa Society program connects arts and sciences students with Phi Beta Kappa scholarship and public sector opportunities
Aries Contreras '22, a Bucknell Community College Scholar and psychology major from Whitehall, Pa., has won a Beinecke Scholarship to support her goal of earning a Ph.D. in social psychology.
The book documents the speeches and writings of the civil rights activist and will be released June 15 — the 100th anniversary of Alexander receiving her Ph.D. from the University of Pennsylvania.
As a member of Bucknell's track team, Rayven Sample '24 spends hours training to go faster. And as a psychology and education double-major, he also spends hours pondering the inner workings of athletes' minds.
Between conquering challenging classes and planning for a future law career, political science major Manuel Teshe '23 helps immigrants in his home state petition for legal status in the U.S.
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