January 24, 2011

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LEWISBURG, Pa. — They major in cell biology, engineering, management, art and more, and they're the latest Bucknell University students profiled online.

Recommended by their professors, the 20 undergraduate profiles represent the University's diverse academic environment and hometown geography — from Colorado to Ethiopia and Pennsylvania to Massachusetts.

The students also show their passion for wide-ranging interests outside the classroom - from service-learning projects and athletics to Greek life and study abroad.

Follow the links below to learn more about their amazing stories - what brought them to Bucknell, their area of academic study and plans after graduation, and the social activities they enjoy on and around campus.

Follow the links below to read each of their stories. || All student, faculty and alumni profiles



Paul Brazinski '11
Classics: Basking Ridge, N.J.




Carolyn Breden '12
Civil and environmental engineering: West Chester, Pa.



Justin Brodie-Kommit '12
Cell biology and biochemistry: Sudbury, Mass.


Jennifer Ciotti '13
Management: Wayne, Pa. 

Christina Cody '12
Theatre: Cold Spring Harbor, N.Y.



Anissa Corser '14
Music performance: Steamboat Springs, Colo.


Stephanie Diegel '11
Electrical engineering: Lutherville, Md.


Michelle Doak '12
Psychology and geography: Ridgefield, Conn.

Tamerat Negera Feyisa '14
Undecided: Washington, D.C., by way of Addis Ababa, Ethiopia


Sean Fortney '12
Education and political science: Mechanicsburg, Pa.


Nick Gonsalves '11
Geography and international relations: Madison, Conn.

Julie Kohn '12
Chemical engineering: Allendale, N.J.


Steven Lazar '13
Neuroscience: Philipsburg, Pa.


Daniel Maskas '12
Chemical engineering: Sterling, Mass.

Becky Miller '11
Art history and Spanish: Honeoye Falls, N.Y.

Johnny Picardo '11
Studio art and education: Rochester, N.Y.

Robyn Roogow '11
Education and psychology: Ellicott City, Md.

Andre Shields '12
Computer science: Greensburg, Pa.

Tyler Szwarc '11
Geology and physics: Hillsborough, N.J.

Hilary Umbreit '11
English and German: Kennett Square, Pa.


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