January 20, 2009

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Updated Dec. 1, 2009

LEWISBURG, Pa. – Did you read The New York Times op-ed column by Bucknell University Professor Bill Gruver examining the global financial crisis?

Did you hear National Public Radio’s interview with Bruce Lundvall, Class of ’57, celebrating the 70th anniversary of Blue Note Records, the premiere jazz label he runs? And did you see in The Scientist that Professor DeeAnn Reeder is among a group of top national scientists researching a mysterious bat die-off?

You can read the highlights of such coverage each week in Bucknell in the News, a free weekly e-newsletter produced by the Division of Communications. To sign up, e-mail your name with “subscribe” in the subject line to
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Nation's top media
In just the past several months, Bucknell and its students, faculty and alumni have been featured in the nation’s top media, including USA Today, U.S. News & World Report, The Wall Street Journal, Fox News and The Chronicle of Higher Education, to name a few.

“An impressive amount of national – even global – media attention is being devoted to the accomplishments of Bucknell’s faculty and students in teaching, scholarship and research,” said Tom Evelyn, director of media relations.

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