Jungle Eyes

December 14, 2015

Professor DeeAnn Reeder captured photos of rare African forest elephants, chimpanzees and many other elusive species in a camera wildlife survey in South Sudan.

Bucknell Professor Leads Tour for Secretary of State

December 10, 2015

Bucknell Professor Kevin Daly described the ancient treasures of the Agora in Athens, Greece, to U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry.

Innovation Evangelists

December 9, 2015

Three Bucknell juniors have been named University Innovation Fellows by an NSF-funded initiative.

Bucknell Establishes Digital Humanities Minor

December 7, 2015

Next year, Bucknell will become one of the few universities in the U.S. offering a formal undergraduate program in the emerging discipline of analyzing humanistic questions with digital tools.

Cool Class: Integrated Perspectives

December 4, 2015

Is it art or destruction? Science or faith? Doubts or debts? It's all about perspective.

Bucknell Answers: Why YA Lit Matters

December 2, 2015

Professor Virginia Zimmerman, English, explores the "no man's land" of young adult literature from three perspectives: teacher, reader and writer.

2016 Bucknell Calendar Now Available

December 1, 2015

Enjoy 12 months of beautiful campus images.

Africana Studies Launches as Newest Bucknell Major

December 1, 2015

The interdisciplinary program focuses on the histories, arts, politics, intellectual currents and cultural products of Africa and the African diaspora.

Bucknell Introduces Free Online E-cards

November 24, 2015

Share your Bucknell spirit! Choose from a selection of free Bucknell e-cards to send to your friends and family via email or social media.

Bucknellians Offer Perspectives on Myanmar Move Toward Democracy

November 23, 2015

Faculty, students and alumni with close ties to Burma discuss their hopes for democracy in response to recent landmark elections.

Third Annual Fasano Memorial Lecture Focuses on Community Medicine

3 years 46 weeks ago

LEWISBURG - The Third Annual Charles P. Fasano Memorial Lecture will be held on Tuesday, April 17 at 7 pm in Trout Auditorium of the Vaughan Literature Building on the campus of Bucknell University. more»

Bucknell Students Create Class Project Researching Renewable Energy

5 years 4 weeks ago
Twenty-eight Bucknell University students developed research focused on a variety of end products and end uses of renewable energy independence.

Students at Bucknell University played a significant role in the energy future of the region by dedicating their senior class project to a pilot project focused in the small community of New Berlin, Union County.

Bucknell Flash mob video now on YouTube

5 years 21 weeks ago

LEWISBURG. — If you missed the flash mob that descended on Bucknell University's Elaine Langone Center lawn Friday morning, you're in luck. The entire event was captured on videotape.

For those out of the cultural loop, a flash mob is a large group of people who assemble suddenly in a public place, perform an unusual act, then disperse. more»

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