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Watch Bucknell:
Robert F. Kennedy Jr.

The Bucknell Forum speaker dis-
cusses economic and environ-
mental policies and the upside of energy providers rewarding customers for conserving power.
Alumni Story:
Kiersten Drumm Whitehead '98

"My passion for teaching has grown since I left Bucknell. I plan to continue my career as a teaching artist, working with arts-integration in classrooms and afterschool programs."
Back to Campus

High-speed hub
Bucknell helped secure a $128 million investment that will build a high-performance, statewide broadband network to increase opportunities for learning and collaboration among universities, health care researchers and the K-12 system across Pennsylvania.

University welcomes Nobel Laureate
Jody Williams, founder of the International Campaign to Ban Landmines, is the next Bucknell Forum speaker on "Global Leadership: Questions for the 21st Century."

Internship ChallengeSee what's new with Reunion
Renew relationships, celebrate your Bucknell experience and enjoy a beautiful weekend in Lewisburg this summer.

Widening the 'scope
Emily Geist '03, assistant professor of mechanical engineering, is working on a way to make arthroscopic surgery faster and less invasive.

Bucknell students are seeking nonprofit and public service internships. Read their stories and find out how you can support them through the Bucknell Public Interest Program (BPIP) Internship Fund.

'Ray Bucknell!

Laura Denbow
Executive Director
Alumni Relations and Career Services

Follow Bucknell

have you heard?

Ode to 'Sonic Babylon'
Music Professor Bill Duckworth and media artist Nora Farrell '88 have created sound gardens in Australia that allow visitors to tune in and plant their own sounds.

Internship ChallengeCornerstone giving
The Cornerstone Community includes Bucknell supporters with at least three years of consecutive giving at any level.

Volunteer with local Bucknellians
Bucknell Regional Clubs across the country are organizing service projects as part of the 2nd Annual National Alumni Community Service event in April.

Bucknellians unite for Haiti relief
Bucknell is committed to providing immediate and long-term help to Haiti following its devastating earthquake. A new website gathers information on the efforts of the Bucknell community, including fundraising and educational programs in support of Haiti and its future.

Course making history
Sit in virtually on "Bucknell of Yesteryear and Today," a course that discusses the evolution of the University, its campus and educational program, taught by Assistant Professor Russ Dennis '64.

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