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May 11th, 2021

A Year to Remember

AY 2020-21 was certainly one for the books at Bucknell. It presented its challenges, had us on and off campus a few times and at times had us questioning how we would make it through all the hurdles. But this year also brought out the best in us as Bucknellians. We banded together and lifted one another up. We supported each other’s education, research, hard work, mental and physical health, social and racial rights, and so much more. As a university, we’ve had to adapt and adjust to changes in the way we learn, teach, and engage. Technology became ever […]

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January 7th, 2021

Some Important Research Opportunities You Should Know About

Now is the time to be thinking about your research for the summer. Deadlines for many opportunities are fast approaching. So in the spirit of staying in-the-know, here is what we know about upcoming opportunities and their deadlines. PUR Eligibility: The 2022 application has been updated to clarify that PUR is open to proposals from all disciplines. In the original version, proposals were focused in biology, neuroscience, animal behavior, or cell biology/biochemistry to resources available in the Biology Department. PUR will now consider applications in all departments and collaborate with Biology to ensure maximal access to available funding. Please find […]

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January 6th, 2021

Call for Proposals: Sustainable Susquehanna River Communities

Center for Sustainability & the Environment Grant Funding via The Degenstein Foundation Contact Samantha Myers, CSE Operations 577-2437Olin 463 Bucknell University is located in an area rich with ecological, social and cultural heritage. Historical development practices such as logging, mining, farming and short term land development have left lasting impacts on ecosystems and river towns. Located on the banks of the West Branch of theSusquehanna River, the CSE has the distinct advantage to study how impacted river communities, both human and non-human, can become more resilient and adaptive. Such communities are poised to reclaim a future of economic, social […]

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December 10th, 2020

Confirmed: BCSE Student Excursions to Return in the Spring.

In the face of the pandemic, the BCSE was forced to cancel all otherwise normal operations and events. With strict guidelines put in place and a new normal settling in, the whole campus was grasping to find solid ground. As told in “Go on an Adventure with Us: How the BCSE is Making Lemonade from Lemons”, the BCSE saw a need and thought outside the box to fulfill it. And thus were born the Fall student excursions. The student excursions started out as a pilot project. Each program director created excursions in relation to their program and the BCSE as […]

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