What do Bucknellians do after graduation? The short answer: plenty.

Maybe they are like Kate Burke, Class of '09, who is working as a biochemical engineer in the research and development division of Merck & Co., or many other '09 graduates who are working for top companies like Pricewaterhouse Coopers, Johnson & Johnson, and Lockheed Martin.

Perhaps they are like Angela Remeika, Class of '09, who joined Teach for America and committed to teach two years in an under-served urban school. If you visit her science classroom in Dallas, you'll find an entire wall dedicated to her Orange and Blue pride.

Or maybe they're like Chris Gabryluk, Class of '09. A biomedical engineering graduate, Gabryluk is working on a master's degree and collaborating with a post-doctorate adviser on a project in orthopedic biomechanics with a goal of helping patients to a better life.

Bucknell graduates are making a place for themselves in the world. In fact, 93 percent of the members of the most recent class were employed or working toward advanced degrees within nine months of their graduation. That says plenty.