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The president and chief executive officer of Save the Children will address the Class of 2020 on Sunday, May 17, on the Malesardi Quadrangle.
Glover brings a quarter-century of experience to her role as head of Bucknell’s Division of Communications.
Academic East, a 78,000-square-foot innovation center for the College of Engineering and Department of Education at Bucknell, opens in August 2019.
Standardized test scores (SAT or ACT) will now be optional for students to submit when applying to Bucknell University starting with the class applying for enrollment in fall 2020.
Identical twins Alex '21 and Robert Dessoye '21 both chose Bucknell to study biology and run Division I track & field, but since arriving on campus they've also explored new interests and pursued passions that are anything but identical.
Elisabeth Mermann-Jozwiak, former dean of Gonzaga University College of Arts & Sciences, is Bucknell's new provost.
Bucknell University's Board of Trustees has approved construction of a new management and art building, setting the stage for the next phase in the Kenneth W. Freeman College of Management's evolution and deepening the interdisciplinary collaborations that distinguish a Bucknell education.
Former U.S. Secretary of State Madeleine K. Albright — a recipient of the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the nation's highest civilian honor, in 2012 — will deliver the keynote address at Bucknell University's 169th Commencement on Sunday, May 19.
It's been a year of big announcements and even bigger achievements for Bucknell University.
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