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The new building, named to honor commitments from Steve '79 and Bonnie Bencsko Holmes '79, offers modern, technology-rich spaces for the Freeman College of Management and Department of Art & Art History.
Since joining the Bison softball team as a transfer player, finance major Kelly Toomey '23 has discovered a supportive community of teammates, coaches and cheerleaders — both on and off the field.
Rachel Gibson '15's experience in Bucknell's Student Managed Investment Fund course led her to become the first female CEO of Darden Capital Management at the University of Virginia's Darden School of Business.
As one of the first participants in the Community Engagement Scholarship Program, Paul Danenberg '23 is making a difference for youth in Bucknell's local community.
By stepping outside his comfort zone and getting involved, Gabe Gross '23 is discovering the difference he can make in his community while building experience for a career in sports management.
Nearing completion this summer, the new home for the Freeman College of Management and the Department of Art & Art History will be named for Bucknell Trustee Steve Holmes '79 and his wife, Bonnie Bencsko Holmes '79.
The study shows implementation of a prefilled return policy could be a win-win for taxpayers and the federal government.
The $174,847 grant will study how to make neural networks smaller without affecting their performance.
Looking ahead to graduation, the first class to spend all four years in the Freeman College of Management reflects on the college's dynamic expansion.
From investigating fraud to managing their own finances, Professor Stacy Mastrolia, accounting, gives her students a 360 view of all that accountants can do.
Professor Kate Suslava, management, who once planned to study Italian dialects as a graduate student, merges linguistics and management in her current research.
Refusing to stand on the past, four students seek outside-the-box ways to enhance the Bucknell experience.
Professor Matt Bailey, the Christian R. Lindback Chair in Business Administration, uses analytics and mathematical modeling to help small organizations solve thorny problems.
The survey of U.S. teleworkers finds older workers prefer telework more than tech-savvy millennials.
When Leanne Archer '16 began a new job managing the launch of Dove’s moisturizing hand sanitizer mid-pandemic, she tapped into skills honed at Bucknell to keep the brand soaring.
Bucknell's Freeman College of Management tops Poets&Quants post-graduation business employment rankings. The college also ranks among the publication's top 3 in categories related to the educational experience.
Professor Jimmy Chen, management, investigates the influence of suppliers' allocation decisions and studies how retailers regulate their suppliers through vendor compliance programs.
Startup Danville to focus on healthcare and technology innovations.
Professor Annetta Grant goes beyond economics to examine what motivates homeowners to spend on renovation projects.
At Netflix, accounting major Passion Artis ’14 lives by the numbers.
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