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Bucknell University

February 2017

Dear Reader,

As the spring semester gets into full swing, here are a few friendly reminders to help you and your student get the most out of your Bucknell experience.

Senior parents, be sure to order a copy of L’Agenda, the official 2017 Bucknell yearbook. There is still time to add a personal message for your graduate.

Have you registered for a Café Connection in your area? We invite you to visit our Parents Facebook page for photos and updates!

Finally, did you know the Career Development Center offers programming for all students? Check out our Parents Guide to Career Development for tips, and remind your student to sign up for events and other opportunities via the Bridge.

'ray Bucknell!

Ann DiStefano
Director
Parents Fund & Family Programs

We Do: The Campaign for Bucknell University

Features

New Bacteria Strain
Bucknell Faculty-Student Team Discovers New Bacteria Strain
Professor Emily Stowe, biology, and Emma Hundermark '17 used genetic and traditional techniques to classify a previously unknown species.
Leaving a Legacy in Thebes
Leaving a Legacy in Thebes
Two Bucknell professors involved in the first Greek-American archaeological dig in the ancient city of Thebes, Greece, say the project's legacy will continue for many years.
MLK Week
MLK Week and the Work of Peace
Mohandas Gandhi's grandson and two other noteworthy speakers came to Bucknell to help the campus and surrounding communities explore how Martin Luther King Jr.'s legacy promotes peace and justice.
Bucknell University Press
An Education in Publishing at the Bucknell University Press
A yearlong internship gives students valuable experience in the world of books at one of the few scholarly presses in liberal arts schools.
Refining a Dream
Refining a Dream
Two engineering students started a consulting business that provides makerspaces for elementary and high schools.
Sarah Och
Student Profile: Sarah Och '17
The psychology and religious studies major says that drawing connections between classes is one of the greatest advantages of a liberal arts education.

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Bucknell in the News

Clearing the Path for Transfer Students
The Chronicle of Higher Education
A recent article highlighted Bucknell's Community College Scholars program as an example of broader efforts to improve the rate of bachelor's degree completion among community college students.

Which Students Are Most Likely to Experience College Success?
GoodCall
Bucknell Dean of Admissions Rob Springall is one of several experts to weigh in on this important question.

Bucknell Small Business Expert Shares Tips for Managers
WKOK Radio
Steve Stumbris, director of Bucknell's Small Business Development Center, offers advice on best practices for managing a small business and finding local entrepreneurs.

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'ray Bucknell

American Chemical Society Honors Chemistry Lab Director and Bucknell Student Chapter
Patrick Martino was cited for special commendation, and the chapter received an award for its efforts during the 2015-16 academic year.

Brice Sydnor '19 Models for Bronze Statue of NFL Great
The Bison football player posed for the sculptor who is making a likeness of Emlen Tunnell, the first African-American player inducted into the National Football League Hall of Fame.

Eli Reaker-Jordan '17 Constructs Prop for Joseph Priestley Play
The biomedical engineering major built a replica of an electricity-generating machine designed by Priestley, the 18th-century scholar credited with discovering oxygen.

Read More 'ray Bucknell

Regional & Campus Notices & Events

Feb. 13, 6 p.m.: Lewisburg, Pa.
The Bucknell Club of the Greater Susquehanna Valley hosts a reception before the Bucknell vs. Colgate men's basketball game. Gameday viewing parties will also be held in Dallas, Chicago and Ann Arbor, Mich.

Feb. 15, 5 p.m.: Baltimore
Join the Bucknell Club of Baltimore for a reception before the Bucknell vs. Loyola men's basketball game.

Feb. 16, 1 p.m.: Online
Tune in for a Bucknell 360° webinar titled "How to Be a Better Entrepreneur," featuring Michael Dermer '90.

Feb. 18, 10 a.m.: Pittsburgh
As part of Bucknell Professional Network’s new Brunch + Learn series, Brienne Terril '03 will deliver a TED-style talk on intellectual property fundamentals.

Feb. 23, 5 p.m.: Naples, Fla.
Join the Bucknell Club of Naples for dinner at the Collier's Reserve Country Club Boathouse.

Feb. 25, 10 a.m.: Chicago
The Bucknell Club of Chicago hosts a guided tour of the Museum of Contemporary Art.

Feb. 28, Noon: Online
In this Bucknell 360° webinar, Professor Neil Boyd, management, presents "Organizational Culture: Building Community at Work."

 
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