Friday, January 19th, 2018

Bringing an Investment Banking, Music Industry, Economics-Alum to Campus, Spring 2018

Opportunity to have lunch with Bucknell alum: David Dunn ’91, Founding member and the Managing Partner of Shot Tower Capital a leading investment banking boutique providing advisory and capital raising services* to media and entertainment companies. David has completed over 100 advisory and financing assignments with an aggregate transaction value exceeding $50 billion. Mr. Dunn has also provided assistance to the estates of multiple iconic musicians and actors in connection with valuing, organizing, monetizing and exploiting music publishing, recorded music, film and name & likeness rights. Select estates include Michael Jackson, Prince, Elizabeth Taylor, Robin Williams. If you are available […]

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Friday, December 8th, 2017

Women’s Resource Center Black Tie Gala

On March 1, 2018 the Women’s Resource Center (WRC)  will hold a black tie gala to celebrate 30 years of the WRC and campus.  The gala will also be part of the Women’s Leadership Summit occurring on March 1-2.  Be sure to bring back to campus, a cocktail or long dress for this event. Prom dresses can also be appropriate for this black tie affair.  

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Friday, October 27th, 2017

Upcoming Info Sessions-Interns Can Address Poverty

For several years, Bucknell has been part of the Shepherd Higher Education Consortium on Poverty. We encourage students of all majors to both study factors that contribute to conditions of inequality and to engage in experiential learning opportunities that help to alleviate poverty. We are now recruiting applicants for the summer 2018 Shepherd Intern Program. Internships are available to address immigrant rights, housing and homelessness, economic development, youth empowerment, public health, criminal justice, legal advocacy, & environmental protection. If you would like to be considered as a candidate for this special opportunity to represent Bucknell, or if you know students […]

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Friday, October 27th, 2017

Pam Gilmour ’76 Founder of Finance Fitness

Come to learn how Pam established a successful wealth management firm focused on values and client education differentiating her from other financial planning organizations. November 7th | 11 – 12pm | ELC 241D Cookies, Coffees, Teas Served – RSVP on the Bridge https://bucknell-csm.symplicity.com/sso/students For those interested in entrepreneurial investments pursuits, Pam Gilmour’s story is a fascinating tale for you to hear. After a career in accounting and finance, Pam discovered her love of fitness could combine with her love of finance. She embarked on becoming a financial planner who was different from all the others as she opened her firm, Financial Fitness, committing […]

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Friday, October 20th, 2017

PwC Case Competition

Today’s dynamic business environment requires analytical thinking, fact-based decision making, and collaborative action. You’ll experience it all first hand in the PwC Case Series, case competition. The first case competition in this series models a real-world business transaction focusing on financial due diligence. It is open to freshman and sophomores in the school of Management and does not require detailed knowledge of business concepts or accounting. Join us for the Case Series Kick-Off Thursday, October 26th from 6pm – 8pm! During the kick-off, PwC professionals will introduce the case and provide a basic training session on key concepts of financial […]

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Friday, October 20th, 2017

Institute for Leadership in Sustainable Technology

May 14 – June 8, 2018 Research-based summer institute focused at the intersection of Triple-Bottom-Line Management (People, Planet, Profit) & Sustainable  Technologies. (e.g., business value chain integration, startup ventures, solar, wind, community development, anaerobic digestion, permaculture, energy efficiency audits). STUDENTS WILL RECEIVE: Hands-on, team based experiences conducting sustainability feasibility studies in residential and commercial settings Direction on creating a business-plan for an entrepreneurial startup Engagement opportunities with business owners and scholars who work in sustainable technology On campus housing and a stipend Open to 12 students from across the University. APPLICATION  INFORMATION: To apply, submit a cover letter and resume […]

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Friday, October 20th, 2017

Sustainability for Whom? Place-makers of Detroit, Dominica, Ecuador, and Mexico

Wed., Oct. 25 12:00 p.m. to 12:50 p.m. Academic West classroom 115 The first speaker of the new “Place-making and Sustainability” conversation series, Emma Gaalaas Mullaney, Assistant Professor of International Relations, will lead a discussion about how small-scale farmers can have a big influence on conservation. She will present “Sustainability for Whom? Place-Makers of Detroit, Dominica, Ecuador, and Mexico,” on Wed., Oct. 25, from noon to 12:50 p.m. in Academic West room 115. Lunch will be available. All are welcome to attend. Prof. Mullaney will explore how small-scale farmers cultivate place-based sustainability and the ways in which sustainability is related to social and […]

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Friday, October 20th, 2017

Wealth Management Coffee Talk Jackie Perrins ’88

Come speak personally with one of Barron’s Top Advisors to the Ultra Affluent, Jackie Perrins’88, JPMorgan’s Private Bank Market Manager in Washington DC will meet with select students in a coffee chat on Tuesday, October 24th at 9:30am at the CDC. RSVP on the Bridge: https://bucknell-csm.symplicity.com/sso/students Jackie leads a group of 50 professionals who oversee $20 billion in assets for local families, public and private foundations and endowments. She and her team help high net worth clients grow and sustain their wealth across multiple generations. They provide ongoing advice and customized solutions to address clients’ complex wealth planning and balance sheet needs. If […]

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Friday, October 13th, 2017

Women in Finance Meeting: October 17th

Women in Finance Meeting – Open to All!  When: Tuesday, October 17 at 12noon-12:45PM  in Taylor Hall 208 Tips for doing a stock pitch Join Women in Finance Leaders as they share their experiences pitching stocks while teaching you some tips! Please RSVP to the calendar invite or contact an Executive Member: Mamta Badlani, Melissa MacPherson, Lynette Santhakumar or Kortney Klingert. Pizza and salad provided to the first 15 attendees!

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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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