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Shehryar Asif with his backpack.

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A Bright Idea: Bucknell Student, Professor Make Homework Safer for Refugee Students

When Shehryar Asif '21 and Professor Amal Kabalan learned that refugee students in Lebanon weren’t able to safely complete their schoolwork after dark, they delivered a simple but innovative solution.

Portrait of Emily Bayuk on campus

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Bucknell Student’s Book Series Lights the Way for Young Women in Engineering

Emily Bayuk '21 wants to help more young girls discover the wonder she finds in electrical engineering.

Academic East exterior

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Bucknell Opens Academic East, a Student-centered Hub for Innovation and Exploration

Academic East, a 78,000-square-foot innovation center for the College of Engineering and Department of Education at Bucknell, opens in August 2019.

Senior Design Light Mask 2019

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Inside Innovation: Senior Design Team Engineers App with Johnson & Johnson

Caroline Fakharzadeh ’20 in lab

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Bucknell Chemical Engineering Majors Win Big at National Conference

A delegation of 32 Bucknell students headed to Pittsburgh for the American Institute of Chemical Engineering National Student Conference. You might say they swept the competition.

Exterior of Dana Engineering

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Cool Classes: Manufacturing Processes

Most college mechanical engineering programs teach students to sketch products using computer-aided design software. Not every program asks students to then cast those products in molten metal, roiling at more than 2,000 degrees Celsius, but that's exactly what Bucknell mechanical engineering major Brishti Mandal '20 found herself doing on a Monday afternoon last semester.

Student using a microscope in Maker-E

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Hands-on Courses Give Head Start to Electrical & Computer Engineering Majors

It was on an October afternoon in her junior year when Hayley Reiner '20 first experienced the art in engineering.

Exterior of Dana Engineering

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Cool Classes: Materials Science

To make great stuff, sometimes you have to break stuff. UNIV 264, a course in materials science taught by Professor Tim Raymond, chemical engineering, takes this maxim to the extreme.

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Summer Research Explores the Human Side of Computing

Summer of Discovery Gives Students Head Start in Sciences

Bucknell’s First-gen Seniors Share Stories of Perseverance and Accomplishment

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Across Disciplines, Student and Faculty Researchers Seek STEM Role Models

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Terri Norton Joins the College of Engineering as Associate Dean for Students & Strategic Initiatives

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Bucknell Center for Sustainability & the Environment Names New Lead

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Cool Classes: Our Material World

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Professor Margot Vigeant Lauded for Research to Advance Engineering Education

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It Belongs in a Museum

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Student-designed Computer System Could Lead to Safer Surgery

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Added Liberal Arts Emphasis Strengthens ILTM Program

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Graduating Engineers Rise to the Challenge