Monday, November 27th, 2017

Opportunities in the CDC

Monday, November 27 – Employer Session: Carney, Sandoe & Associates: 6-7pm, ACWS 108 Tuesday, November 28 – Employer Session: Oracle Meet & Greet: 8:30-11am, ACWS 111 – RSVP requested to: hilary.boslet@oracle.com – BPIP Internship Fund Info Session: 12-12:30pm, ELC Gallery Theatre – Employer Session: Oracle Meet & Greet: 12:30-3:30pm, ACWS 111 – RSVP requested to: hilary.boslet@oracle.com – The Art of Small Talk – Life After Bucknell: 6-7:30pm, Samek Art Museum – RSVP required Saturday, December 2 – LSAT: 8-2pm, ACWS 210 – Sign up here: http://www.lsac.org And remember if you are applying to the Capitol Hill Internship Program the deadline is Monday, December 4th! Get more info on these events on the […]

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Monday, November 27th, 2017

Apply for ENGR290 in Ghana!

Interested in learning about engineering and innovation in a context outside of the US? Want to study abroad, but won’t be able to do a semester? Or just want to have an interesting abroad experience this summer? Apply for the 3-week Engineering in a Global & Social Context course (ENGR 290) which is in Ghana this year. The program is open to all sophomore and junior students in engineering. First year engineering and non-engineering students are welcome (please contact us — address your email to all three program contacts — before you apply). We have a few more spots so […]

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Thursday, November 16th, 2017

Thomson Reuters Opportunity

Thomson Reuters has posted its application for its Go to Market Associate Development Program! The program is 18 months – Associates will participate in 5 weeks of training in NYC all together (finance, technology, products, excel, and company training) and then will be sent out to their region (or stay in NYC if that is where they are assigned). Associates will then go through 5 months of rotations experiencing everything from the cold call/pre sale straight through to maintaining the post sale relationship and implementing the technology into different workflows. After the 5 months, they will have the choice to […]

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Thursday, November 16th, 2017

Oracle Class of is Hiring!

Christian Golofaro, a recruiter working for Oracle’s Class-Of Sales Program is looking to find recent and soon-to-be graduates with expressed interest in pursuing a career in tech. sales and business. He’ll be on campus hosting an info session on 11/28 in Academic West and conducting in-person interviews on 11/29 at the Career Development Center.  Take a look at the job description for the Business Development Representative role to give a better understanding of what the program is about: ORACLE Class Of is hiring!  If you are interested in Sales and Business Development, this is the opportunity you’ll want to consider! Oracle […]

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Thursday, November 2nd, 2017

ILTM: The Institute for Leadership in Technology & Management

Summer Session: 2018 June 10th – July 20th What is ILTM? An intense, team-based, six week summer experience A highly selective program for students in management, engineering and the liberal arts An opportunity to learn more about leadership, technology, management, engineering, global competition, design processes, communication, economics and ethics A change to help real organizations solve meaningful and complex problems Who Can Apply? Any Bucknell Sophmore Approximately equal numbers of engineering, management and arts & sciences majors will be admitted. Application Details: Deadline: Thursday, January 4th 2018 at 11:59PM Learn More: Attend either of the information sessions to find out […]

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Thursday, November 2nd, 2017

Jason Makansi Bookstore Event: Painting By Numbers: How to Sharpen your BS Detector and Smoke Out the “experts”

Jason Makansi will be hosted by the Bucknell Barnes and Noble on November 15th from 7PM-8:30PM. Be sure to stop by and check out his novel, “Painting by Numbers: How to Sharpen your BS Detector and Smoke Out the “Experts.” Winner of 2017 Independent Publishers IPPY GOLD and 2016 Foreword Reviews INDIE SILVER BETTER NUMERICAL LITERACY ISN’T JUST DESIRABLE; IT’S ESSENTIAL TO SUSTAINING A CIVIL, DEMOCRATIC, AND FREE SOCIETY In the public sphere, numbers are supposed to be more solid than words, less subjective. They are not. “The numbers don’t lie,” say experts. Yet they very often do. Numerical results […]

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Thursday, November 2nd, 2017

Lunch Seminar with Prof. Paul B. Thompson on: “Food Ethics for Everyone”

Tuesday, November 14, 12-1:30 pm, Arches Lounge Students, faculty, and staff are invited to a lunch seminar featuring Paul B. Thompson, Professor and W. K. Kellogg Chair in Agricultural, Food and Community Ethics and a faculty member in the departments of Philosophy, Community Sustainability, and Agricultural, Food and Resource Economics at Michigan State University. The luncheon will take place on Tuesday, November 14, from 12-1:30 pm in Arches Lounge (Langone Center 304). Prof. Thompson will discuss ideas from his recent book, From Field to Fork: Food Ethics for Everyone (Oxford University Press, 2015). As a leading exponent of agrarian philosophy and a researcher […]

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Thursday, November 2nd, 2017

BizPitch2017 Finalists

Pop-on-Market A downtown storefront giving brands the opportunity to offer products for a specialized “pop-up” period of time. Paige Philipps, Creative Development and Design, 2019 Emma Irwin, Digital Media and Communications, 2019 Ellie McLaughlin, Human Behavior and Organization, 2019 Mary Margaret Kenney, Psychology, 2018 Jack Chambers,  Mechanical Engineering, 2019   BU Bite An application connecting local restaurants to consumers for delivery services. Brandyn Moore, Chemical Engineering, 2019 Alex Kim, Computer Engineering, 2019 Martin Davalos, Markets Innovation & Design, 2019   Reachout A community service platform matching volunteers with non-profit organizations and causes Luke Hartman, Management, 2020 Nicole Snyder, Markets Innovation […]

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