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Students in the second annual Bucknell Fabrication Workshop developed prototype toys to stimulate young imaginations.

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Notable awards, achievements and media highlights.

Why Fight Over Free Trade Confounds Partisan Divide

The Conversation
Professor Chris Ellis, political science, said the Senate’s decision to give President Obama so-called fast-track trade promotion authority stands out as an exceedingly rare moment of bipartisan compromise.

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Taming “Big Data”: Using Data Analytics for Student Success and Institutional Intelligence

Trusteeship Magazine
Param Bedi, vice president for library and information technology at Bucknell University, emphasized the importance of asking strategic questions to help frame big business-intelligence discussions on college and university campuses.

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Pundits Cheer China-U.S. Talks

China Daily USA
Professor Zhiqun Zhu, director of the China Institute and MacArthur Chair of East Asian Politics, suggested that the relationship between the U.S.

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Is Hillary Clinton a Real New Yorker?

NPR
When asked if presidential candidate Hillary Clinton could consider herself a New Yorker, Professor Karen Morin, geography, said the idea of place as an indicator of identity is a construction of its own.

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Beiler Receives Teaching Award

Professor Michelle Beiler, civil and environmental engineering, received the 2015 ASCE (American Society of Civil Engineering) ExCEEd New Faculty Excellence in Teaching Award.

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