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Horns help 150-pound sheep absorb more than 750 pounds of force. Professor Benjamin Wheatley and Jake Schaefer ’24 are asking how we might adapt these animals' protective properties to design everything from better sneakers to safer cars.
Professor Deborah Sills, civil & environmental engineering, and Riley Doyle ’22 join researchers from Cornell and Israel on $300,000 research grant.
The grant to Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering researchers seeks a revolution in interdisciplinary learning.
With support from a Presidential Fellowship, Sami Wurm '22 uses technology to further her passion for performance.
The Garman Guides Program, a new peer-mentoring initiative in the College of Engineering, helps students make the most of their college experience from their first weeks at Bucknell.
Christina Sfedu ’12 helps navigate new frontiers at SpaceX.
From designing innovative furniture to singing with the Bucknell Camerata, Jaden Lee follows where his curiosity leads.
A coordinated effort by engineering faculty and staff to ship materials to students ensured senior design teams could continue partnering with corporate clients remotely.
Three new graduates served as business, engineering design counsel to local business startups.
From a first-year research experience to an internship with Tesla, Caitlin D’Ambrosio is taking a hands-on approach to exploring her future.
Two new grants pair medical professionals with Bucknell faculty and students to advance treatment solutions.
Drivers can't tell what hazards might be lurking around the next corner. Bucknell Professor Craig Beal '05, mechanical engineering, wants to fix that.
With support from the Kern Family Foundation, Bucknell aims to help students identify and access transformative experiences.
The Barry Goldwater Scholarship & Excellence in Education Foundation awards sophomores and juniors who intend to pursue research careers in mathematics, natural sciences or engineering.
A ride in an electric car changed Graham Heckert ’23's life. Now he's in the driver's seat.
The promotions recognize faculty teaching, scholarship and service.
Face shields, reusable masks are among the devices engineering students and faculty are developing to protect caregivers on the front line of the coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis.
Professors go the extra mile to support students and make themselves available as Bucknell transitions to remote learning for the spring 2020 semester.
Bucknell’s Center for Career Advancement connects students with employers for externships, one- to two-day job-shadowing experiences that can shape a student's future.
As her company deploys some of the first completely driverless vehicles to traverse American roadways, Jennifer Bower Dawson '03 is watching out for the public's safety.
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