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The seven award recipients come from across Bucknell’s three colleges and share a common commitment to student success.
The University’s 100-plus-year history of management education entered a new era when the School of Management officially became a college on July 1, 2017.
Natalia Mancero '24 has a foot in the door at her dream company thanks to an internship at PricewaterhouseCoopers, one of the "Big Four" accounting firms.
The researchers find Ukraine has become a “unified defense-oriented civil society machine.”
Three new Pre-O programs will take incoming students to Philadelphia, West Virginia and North Carolina this fall.
The research analyzing earnings calls from 2,800 U.S. firms over 10 years documents that female CFOs verbally outperform male finance chiefs.
Bucknell University Professor Eric Martin, management, studies international development and community change that cuts across the public, private and nonprofit sectors.
Bucknell University's new home for the Freeman College of Management and Department of Art & Art History earned recognition for its sustainable design and features.
Emma Shaffer '23, a markets, innovation & design major from Cincinnati, Ohio, has become an expert at balancing her busy schedule as a Bucknell student-athlete.
The Freeman College is ranked No. 17 in just its fourth year as an independent college.
Riley DeBaecke '23 selected the managing for sustainability major because she knows that businesses have the power — and the responsibility — to do better for the planet and all its living things.
Professor Kate Suslava, management, who once planned to study Italian dialects as a graduate student, merges linguistics and management in her current research.
Colleen Hull '22's experience in both of her majors — Spanish and managing for sustainability — has been defined by a closeness with fellow students and professors that goes far deeper than classwork.
Hannah Sieg '24 likes seeing results from her work. Her major in business analytics gives her ample opportunities to create them.
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.
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