Bucknell University


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Bucknell University

(bŭknĕl`), at Lewisburg, Pa.; coeducational; founded 1846 as the Univ. of Lewisburg. Its present name was adopted in 1886. Bucknell has a college of arts and sciences and a college of engineering.
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Adimando's work has been exhibited nationally and internationally, and is represented by public and private collections including; The Slater Memorial Art Museum, The Philadelphia Free Library, Samek Art Gallery at Bucknell University, and Tower Investments Gallery.
HAYS teaches at Bucknell University as a Stadler Emerging
He graduated from the University of Alaska Fairbanks with a degree in civil engineering and Bucknell University with a master of science in structural engineering.
Danna Frangione, a Pennsylvania-based choreographer, dancer, associate professor of dance, and director of dance for Bucknell University's dance program, died December 5, 2002, at age 50.
Ninety-six undergraduate Greek students (60% sorority, 40% fraternity members) from Bucknell University voluntarily completed an extensive confidential questionnaire which included an assessment of their ranking of 19 life goals.
Psychology professor Chris Boyatzis, of Bucknell University, Pennsylvania, said: "The more religious faith they had, the more faith they had in their own ability to complete tasks and to function."
Like his wife, Mary Evelyn Tucker, John Grim teaches in the religion department at Bucknell University. As a historian of religions, he has conducted considerable fieldwork on Native American "lifeways" and is the author of The Shaman: Patterns of Religious Healing Among the Ojibway Indians.
You can analyze what's happening because you see everything; then you can fix it on the spot because you can control the remote computer." And Bucknell University has found another use for the product--to allow students remote access (from dorms) to the library's reference and technical support desks.
Visitors can also read customer profiles and case studies from current customers, including Bucknell University, Virginia Tech and The Boston Consortium among others.
For older students, a Web site at Bucknell University maintains an index of links of specialized dictionaries <http://www.facstaff.bucknell.edu/rbeard/diction.html>.
Full members include Bowdoin College, Bucknell University, Claremont Colleges, Oberlin College, and Wesleyan University.