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Harold Schweizer

Professor of English

Harold Schweizer

"If you allow students to wait, to study deeply and be responsible for what they say, they can really feel themselves thinking and understanding something that they did not understand previously."

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Colleen McGonigle '17

music and neuroscience

Colleen McGonigle '17

"I know that if I was somewhere else, I wouldn't be getting the same types of opportunities in research or in performance, and the fact that they just continue to get better and better makes me all the more glad to be at Bucknell."

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Associate Professor

Cymone Fourshey

"I want my students to understand the civilizations that were already in place. The newcomers saw Africa as a place to be tamed, but in reality, social life, economy and politics were running quite effectively."

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studio art

Alec Rogers '17

"All viewers are going to get something different out of any singular work of art and I think that is what makes art so beautiful and intriguing to me."

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Medical Writer and Editor Harriet Washington to Speak in Griot Spring Lecture Series

Award-winning medical writer and editor Harriet Washington will talk about the dark history of medical experimentation at Bucknell University on Wednesday, March 1, at 7 p.m. in the Gallery Theatre inside the Elaine Langone Center.

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At the Heart of Management 101, a Focus on Service

The community impact of Bucknell's Management 101 has extended far beyond the one-semester course.

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Dover Quartet To Perform Works By Beethoven, Mozart and Smetana

Bucknell artist affiliate Colleen Hartung, clarinet, will join the group at the Weis Center for the Performing Arts.

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Momix to Bring Magic of American Southwest to Weis Center Stage

The Momix dance company will perform Thursday, Feb. 23, at the Weis Center for the Performing Arts.

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Opportunity Knocks at Bucknell Career Fairs

On and off campus, Bucknell Career Development Center events connect students with employers across a variety of industries. 

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Paleobotanist Ellen Currano to Deliver Darwin Day Lecture

Currano will discuss what coal-mine fossils reveal about evolution and her work to promote women in science. 

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Bucknell Engineers to Examine Oroville Dam Emergency

Professors and engineering experts will discuss the ongoing situation in California as part of Engineers Week 2017.

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Professor Tulu Bayar Named Fulbright Scholar

The professor of art & art history will return to her native Turkey to document the suburbanization of Istanbul.

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Chilean Puppetry Company to Perform Twice at Weis Center

Chilean puppetry ensemble Silencio Blanco will perform "Chiflon, el silencio del carbon" on Friday, Feb. 17, at 2 and 7 p.m. at the Weis Center.

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