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Watch Bucknell: Shaping a future
Ken Langone '57 tells CNBC's Jim Cramer about the role Bucknell played in shaping his career as one of the world's most successful entrepreneurs.
Student Story: Grace Toolan '13
"I really appreciate the support I've received from the art department and the way that Bucknell's community has allowed me to pursue a diverse set of interests."

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Definition of "victory"
Bucknell student-athletes have the second-highest graduation rate in the country, according to a new NCAA report.

Biz @ Bucknell
Twitter cofounder Biz Stone discussed opportunity, technology and empathy at the Bucknell Forum. Watch an interview with him here.

Meet our professors
Find out what inspires them as teacher-scholars.

Student employmentThank you
Your time, talent and treasure ensures Bucknell's continued strength and leadership in higher education.

 

Our thoughts remain with all the families affected by Hurricane Sandy and the Election Day Nor'easter. To help direct campus support to where it's needed most right now, the Dean of Students and Civic Engagement offices have created a web page suggesting the best ways that individuals, groups and organizations can help.

As we approach Thanksgiving recess, we would like to wish you a wonderful break with your student!

'ray Bucknell!

Ann DiStefano
Director
Parents Fund and Family Programs

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We Do.
The two words are more than a campaign theme. They define the Bucknell spirit.

shuttlesCDC FAQ
Career Development Center staff can help guide your student's future.

Teaching to teach
An NSF grant will help Bucknell professors address what they call a real problem in engineering education across the country.

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