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What are you made of? Find out at Bucknell, through a wide array of classes where top faculty will teach you to think critically and communicate well — valuable and highly transferable skills that last forever. Choose from more than 50 majors, including engineering and management. Ready to learn more? Let's go.

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Laura Benanati

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Laura Beninati

What we are studying is truly in its infancy. This is the frontier. My students have to see themselves as part of a team, and function as such, in order to succeed. 

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Aaron Wilson '15

I hope to become a doctor, and I'll have to be able to work well with people, talk to them, understand their needs. That was a critical aspect of the class and really relevant to my career.

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Ajan Caneda '15

Bucknell has really pushed me in terms of my involvement outside the classroom. I was pretty shy in high school, but since coming here I've tried many new things that have helped me to interact with more people on campus.

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Megan Reid '14

I was able to interact with the CEO, a Bucknell alumnus and senior staff of one of the world's leading planning, engineering and program and construction management organizations.

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Featured News & Events

Bucknell Answers: The Unfreezing Arctic

As the Arctic becomes a central focus of conversations about climate change, how can understanding its complicated history help scientists, policy makers and the people of the Arctic make the best decisions for its future? A Q&A with Professor Andrew Stuhl.

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A Record Year for Admissions Applications

Bucknell University dared prospective students to rise to the challenge, and they did — applying in record numbers for admission to the Class of 2019.

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Bold Relief

K-WIDE allows Bucknell students to explore how engineering can save lives when disaster strikes.

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Ain't I A Woman

Orange is the New Black actress and transgender activist Laverne Cox shared her journey to womanhood in the Bucknell Forum speaker series Revolution Redefined.

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Jessica Lang Dance to Grace Weis Center Stage

Modern dance ensemble Jessica Lang Dance will perform Jan. 31 at 7:30 p.m. at the Weis Center.

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Soledad O'Brien Presents Black in America Tour

Soledad O'Brien will moderate the Black in America series Feb. 3 in the Weis Center.

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The Many Lessons of Martin Luther King

The first ever Martin Luther King Jr. Day Teach-In will examine how King's voice informs everything from anthropology to engineering.

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Bucknell Answers: Transgender Equality

What does the work of Laverne Cox, an LGBTQ advocate, producer and Emmy-nominated actress starring in HBO's Orange Is the New Black, tell us about transgender equality? A Q&A with Professor Nikki Young, women's & gender studies.

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Pedaling Out of Poverty

How a program founded by Muyambi Muyambi '12 has changed thousands of lives through bicycles.

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