Friday, September 29th, 2017

Byrd Droppings & the Jimmy Kimmel Test: What Just happened with Healthcare Reform?

By September 30, the Senate will have either passed Graham-Cassidy or not. What were the policy changes proposed? Why was September 30 an important date? How did congressional politics and procedure affect the debate over healthcare reform? Professors Meinke (POLS) and Wolaver (ECON) will deconstruct the policy and process involved in Obamacare vs. Trumpcare. Thursday, October 5,  11:00 am-12pm Academic West Event Lounge.  Pizza, salad & Drinks provided. Sponsored by The Bucknell Institute For Public Policy

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Friday, September 29th, 2017

MIDE SENIORS: Annual MIDE Internship Salon

MIDE SENIORS: Please do your best to attend the annual MIDE Internship Salon this Tuesday, October 3rd from 4:00-5:00 in the MIDE studio. MIDE students who had internships/co-op experiences this past summer will briefly share the highlights of their experiences. Doug Allen would like to make a special request that you do your best to attend to share some of your career experiences with younger students. They are trying to develop a culture of paying it forward and esprit de corps among our majors. Of course, there will be some interesting appetizers.  

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Friday, September 15th, 2017

Negotiation 101 / Lunch with Bucknell Parents Board

Bucknell Seniors and Juniors, Don’t forget to RSVP/register to attend this once a year event next weekend…All majors welcome to attend. Negotiation 101/Lunch with Bucknell Parents Board September 22, Noon – 1:30 pm  (students with 1pm classes are able to attend and leave early to attend class) Family Weekend Tent (by football stadium) Free Lunch Space is limited; RSVP on the Bridge by MONDAY 9/18 Seniors and Juniors are invited to join members of Bucknell Parents Board for lunch and networking as they share tips on how to negotiate. All majors welcome. We’ll cover topics such as: – Asking for an extension on a […]

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Friday, September 15th, 2017

Wake Forest University Specialized Programs

Neel Brooks will be on campus next Monday, 9/18 and Tuesday, 9/19 to share more about Wake Forest University’s Specialized Programs and Specialized Masters Programs. Our MiM,MSA, and MSBA programs provide a wealth of opportunities for pre-experience graduates, and those with limited work experience, to increase their business acumen and domain knowledge, while also developing as ethical professionals. Neel will be hosting an information session on Monday, 9/18 in Academic West 108. 

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Friday, September 15th, 2017

Humanizing Sustainability: Piloting New Constellations of Practice in a Plural World

BUCKNELL HUMANITIES CENTER 2017-2018 “Humanizing Sustainability: Reframing and Integrating Knowledge Across Disciplines” The Bucknell Humanities Center Programming Series for 2017-2018 will bring diverse humanistic perspectives to bear on the concept of sustainability. Invited lecturers will address the following questions: §  What can the Humanities contribute to interdisciplinary reflection on sustainability, particularly as this concept has taken on new meaning and significance in the context of climate change and the Anthropocene? §  Can the “environmental humanities” (history, philosophy, aesthetics, religious studies, literature, theater, film, media studies) produce new modes of knowledge necessary to guide global and local decision-makers? §  How are humanists, in collaboration […]

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