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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.
With the completion of the building's framework, the future of management and liberal arts education comes one step closer at Bucknell.
Professor Eric Santanten, who studies online privacy, says even his most tech-savvy students are often surprised by the data trail their online lives leave behind.
Three new graduates served as business, engineering design counsel to local business startups.
When the COVID-19 pandemic disrupted summer plans for students, Bucknell stepped in with innovative internship solutions.
Two new grants pair medical professionals with Bucknell faculty and students to advance treatment solutions.
As a novice banker, Eddy Ng saw an injustice in his field. As a professor of management focusing on workplace diversity, he's helping to right it, and teaching his students to make their own workplaces more equitable and inclusive.
Students from all majors prepare for their post-Bucknell futures and avoid financial pitfalls in this practical Bucknell course.
Researchers plan to explore pandemic-inspired telework over four continents.
Brandon Vessels '22 is transforming his love of fashion into learning opportunities inside and outside the classroom.
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