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Dominguez Center for Data Science to Open at Bucknell University

The new center will advance the scholarship of data science by fostering cross-college, data-integrated learning and excellence in data literacy among students.

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Faculty Story

Daniel Street, Accounting & Financial Management

Professor Daniel Street is helping companies and employees understand the power — and limitations — of artificial intelligence.

Portrait of professors Joe Wilck and Daniel Street in Holmes Hall


Professors Publish Tips for ChatGPT Use in Accounting

Two Freeman College of Management professors provide principles for most effective use of ChatGPT and other large language models in their paper.

Bucknell News


Bucknell Recognizes Outstanding Faculty

Six faculty members from across Bucknell's three colleges are honored with awards for their dedication to teaching and scholarship.

Mikey Brandt wears a black Tshirt with a LEFT Clothing logo printed across his chest. He is in a Makerspace with a graffiti-style wall design behind him.

Student Story

Mikey Brandt '26, Markets, Innovation & Design

Student entrepreneur Mikey Brandt '26 wanted a smaller college environment that could help him achieve his business goals.

Thiago Serra


Bucknell Research: Smaller AI Models Can Be More Accurate, Fairer

While the mainstream conversation in AI is about language models such as ChatGPT going to trillions of parameters, this Bucknell research team shows it pays to go small.

Annetta Grant

Faculty Story

Annetta Grant, Markets, Innovation & Design

Professor Annetta Grant goes beyond economics to examine what motivates homeowners to spend on renovation projects.

Abigail Kates '24 stands with her hands on her hips and smiles, cherry blossoms are in the background

Student Story

Abigail Kates '24, Markets, Innovation and Design

Student-athlete Abigail Kates '24 brings energy and ambition to her academic pursuits and extracurricular activities.



Student Consultants Drive Area Economic Development

Bucknell students have assisted 29 business startups in the past year as consultants with the Bucknell Small Business Development Center.

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Alumni Story

Lindsay Garfinkel '19, Markets, Innovation & Design

Lindsay Garfinkel '19 credits her MIDE major and the holistic Bucknell experience for helping her find professional success.

Cindy Guthrie


Bucknell Ranked 18th Among Private Colleges for Accounting Salaries

Burning Glass Institute, a nonprofit that researches employment trends, conducted the ranking, which was published in The Wall Street Journal.

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Freeman College of Management Named a 'Top Business School to Watch'

Bucknell University’s Freeman College of Management has been recognized for the second time as "a top 10 undergraduate business school to watch" by Poets&Quants for Undergrads.

Professor Melissa Intindola teaches management class


Bucknell's Freeman College Embodies United Nations' Principles for Responsible Management

Since its inception, the Freeman College has worked to integrate the United Nations' Principles for Responsible Management, which seek to transform the future of ethical and sustainable enterprise.

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Student Story

Vivian Kuang '25, Management

Vivian Kuang '25 has found belonging at Bucknell through her participation in campus government, music programs, diversity networks and athletics. She is building her community through a willingness to lean into all that Bucknell offers.

Annetta Grant


Bucknell Study Finds Home Improvement Media Influences Consumers

Professor Annetta Grant found that media portrayals of the home have influenced consumers into making home improvements to conform to set standards.

Bucknell News


Bucknell Faculty Honored with Teaching Awards

The seven award recipients come from across Bucknell’s three colleges and share a common commitment to student success.

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Freeman College of Management Turns 5

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.

Portrait of Natalia Mancero '24

Student Story

Natalia Mancero '24, Accounting

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.

Outdoor portrait of professor Eric Martin


Bucknell Professor Teams with Ukrainian Colleague to Study Ukraine’s Civic Response to War

The researchers find Ukraine has become a “unified defense-oriented civil society machine.”

Philly pre-orientation group


Fresh Pre-Orientation Programs Offer Greater Opportunities for Connection and Exploration

Three new Pre-O programs will take incoming students to Philadelphia, West Virginia and North Carolina this fall.