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The new center will advance the scholarship of data science by fostering cross-college, data-integrated learning and excellence in data literacy among students.
Iona Pitkin '25 is bridging the gap between art and construction through a unique engineering project.
Student engineer and Presidential Fellow Caiden Covell '25 is excelling in hands-on research at Bucknell and beyond.
Six faculty members from across Bucknell's three colleges are honored with awards for their dedication to teaching and scholarship.
Bucknell engineering students and Resilite Sports Products to partner on project to build new machine used to produce Resilite's Zip Mat.
More than 250 Bucknell students are spending their summer conducting experiments, delving into archives and exploring creative questions to make meaningful discoveries.
As the 2023 Walling Lecturer for the Freeman College of Management, Mike Molinet '07 offered advice on playing the long game.
Bucknell students have assisted 29 business startups in the past year as consultants with the Bucknell Small Business Development Center.
A student-designed prosthetic is helping a three-legged golden retriever live a healthy, active life.
Eight Bucknellians have been awarded two of the most prestigious fellowships and scholarships in higher education: National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowships and Barry Goldwater Scholarships.
In Bucknell's Dana Engineering labs, student researchers are designing nimble, pliable robots inspired by the complex motions of living organisms.
Seniors across Bucknell's eight engineering majors are collaborating on projects that make real-world impacts for a range of companies and organizations.
Like most entrepreneurs, Matt Kandler '10 didn't succeed on his first try — and his failure led to his success.
Kelsey Herrmann '09 is using the problem-solving skills she honed in Bucknell’s College of Engineering to orchestrate a critical mission for NASA's Artemis program — which launched a rocket to the moon in November 2022.
Kit Jackson '24's technical skills and problem-solving mindset have advanced an aquatic interdisciplinary project on campus — while earning him tuition coverage and a job opportunity from the Department of Defense.
The seven award recipients come from across Bucknell’s three colleges and share a common commitment to student success.
From building a functional slot machine from the ground up to attending the Solar Decathlon in Dubai, Jack Casturo '24 is gaining the education of a lifetime as an electrical engineer at Bucknell.
The biomedical engineering professor is on a research team finding that regular nanomedicine and metronomic therapy can improve tumor treatment outcomes.
The five-year fellowship includes three years of financial support including an annual stipend of $34,000 and a cost of education allowance of $12,000 to the institution.
Bucknell researchers will use the $60,000 award to compare data about 280,000 individuals incarcerated in Pennsylvania over the last 30 years with the realities the imprisoned describe.
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