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WE DO Comes to North Jersey
Get your daily dose of Bucknell pride as you see the sights and sounds from the latest WE DO event held last month in Morristown, N.J.
Alumni Stories:
Barbara Haviland Minor '81

She holds over 100 U.S. patents and is in an elite class of engineers at DuPont, where she has worked for over 30 years.
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Student-Athletes Continue to Rank Among Nation's Best in Graduation Rate
Bison student-athletes graduate at the second-highest rate in the country for the second straight year.

Bucknell E-Cards
Share your Bucknell spirit by sending a Bucknell-themed e-card to someone special. Holiday-themed greeting cards are now available.

Welcome ReceptionsTime to Make Your Year-End Gift
Make your gift online by 11:59 p.m. EST, Dec. 31, for 2015 tax benefits.

Banner Year for BizPitch
Read about the winners of the fourth annual Shark Tank-style competition for entrepreneurs.

Professor Erin Jablonski Recipient of Class of 1956 Lectureship
Annual lectureship is given in recognition of inspirational teaching.


During this season of giving, consider donating your artistic talent to design the 2016 Bucknell CARES
t-shirt. The winning designer will receive a $100 gift card and have the design featured on the backs of Bucknell volunteers during community service activities this spring.

Hurry — designs are due Dec. 30!

Also, carve out some quality time with your family at a pre-game reception and Bison Basketball game in your area now through February.

Warmest holiday wishes to you and your loved ones. 'ray Bucknell!

Josh Grill
Executive Director, Alumni Relations

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Are Babies Smarter Than We Thought?
Cuteness alert! New research co-authored by a Bucknell psychology professor indicates that may indeed be the case.

Lighting Up the Night

Being developed by a Bucknell professor, solar-powered lights are part of backpacks that will help students in less developed countries do school work at night. Read how in this latest edition of Bucknell Answers.

They've Got Your Back
A Bucknell mechanical engineering professor and three students recently received $1 million to help develop a better back brace for treating scoliosis.

Bucknell CARESBucknell 360°
Why aren’t there seat belts on school buses? Prof. Eric Kennedy answers this and other questions related to human health and biomedical engineering in our next Bucknell 360° webinar on Dec. 10. Register now!

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