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, August 25th, 2017

Bloomberg Finance Open Hours

Are you interested in business and financial markets? Ever heard of Bloomberg? Come to the Moriarty Investment Center (Taylor 212) to learn how to use our very own Bloomberg Terminals. No matter your class year, this is a great skill to have in preparation for a career in finance. Experience with Bloomberg will help you: Get a job or internship in finance Learn about the companies you interact with and hear about everyday Understand the stock market Learn about important financial ratios and economic indicators Conduct individual security research Stay up to date with important worldwide economic events Understand the difference between securities (stocks, […]

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Wednesday, April 19th, 2017

Managing for Sustainability:

Triple-Bottom-Line Talks Thursday April 27, 1-2:22 p.m. ELC Forum Please come hear how five student management groups engaged in research studies with organizations that informed potential change solutions. Projects: Mt. Carmel Recreation Commission Creation, Weis Markets Reclamation Operations Study, Sexual Assault Organization Structure for Bucknell, Weis Markets In-Store Energy Training & Development Program, Eco-Rep Program Creation at Bucknell.

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Friday, February 3rd, 2017

How to Get a Job in Sustainability: Building a Leadership Career in Business, NGOs and Government

  In this one-hour talk, Dr. Goodstein, the Director of Graduate Programs in Sustainability at Bard College, will outline different sustainability career directions, evaluate the impact of President Trump on sustainability jobs, discuss grad school and continuing education options (including school now / school later), and provide listeners with a tailored, concrete job search strategy.  The webinar includes twenty minutes of Q&A to address individual career questions.   Thursday, February 2, 7 PM Eastern: Thursday, February 9, 6 PM Eastern: Thursday, February 16, 6:30 PM Eastern: Dial-in only; 1.888.240.2560 (US Toll Free), Use codes above.  

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Thursday, November 17th, 2016

Work Defending the Future: Sustainability Careers Post-Trump: How to Get a Purpose-Driven Job in Business, NGOs, or Government

Dr. Eban Goodstein, Director of Graduate Programs in Sustainability at Bard College, will outline career strategies for both soon-to-be and recent college graduates, and for professionals looking to make a move. Goodstein will provide participants with a concrete job-search strategy, discuss what Trump’s election means for careers in social and environmental sustainability, and also field questions. Webinar: Thursday December 1st, 7 PM Log-in: A version of the webinar for undergraduates can be viewed here.

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Wednesday, November 2nd, 2016

“Industrial Organizational Psych & HR, How do I do that?”

Please join us for a talk led by Professor Neil Boyd on Tuesday, November 8th from 5:30 to 6:30 pm in O’Leary 232. Dr. Boyd is a management professor here at Bucknell where he received a B.A. in psychology, an M.A. in experimental psychology with a focus in industrial organizational psychology, an M.B.A., as well as a Ph.D. in Public Administration. He will be speaking about what exactly Industrial Organizational psychology is, its similarities and differences to human resources, what courses to take to gain a better understanding of these fields, what graduate programs to apply to, and his educational experiences studying both psychology […]

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Friday, October 14th, 2016

International Relations Alumnae Luncheon

Come hear International Relations alumnae who work in the fields of consulting, environment, technology, and international development share their career paths and talk about how their Bucknell education has helped inform their success. Monday, October 17 | Noon | ELC Walls Lounge Free Lunch – RSVP on Bridge by 10/14 – SIGN UP TODAY! Panelists include: – Laura Bentzen ’07, Green Group Operations Manager The Partnership Project, Washington, DC – Kathryn Connor ’12, Account Executive Google, New York, NY – Amy Bruno Leo ’09, Communications Associate – USAID LEARN Dexis Consulting Group, Washington, DC – Laura Romah ’06, Program Officer, Women’s Empowerment & Gender Equality Winrock International, Washington, […]

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Friday, October 14th, 2016

Life After Bucknell Program

Are you interested in year-long job opportunities that will allow you to be civically engaged immediately after graduation? Come learn about year-long job options for after graduation. Our panelists will discuss how to get engaged with organizations that offer a new view of work. Wednesday, October 19  Noon – 1 pm, Free Lunch – RSVP on Bridge by 10/17 Located in ELC Forum Panelists: – Joe Staszak: Regional Recruitment Director, Mid-Atlantic, City Year – Nicole Kennedy ‘09: Director of Special Projects, City Year – Kelsey Mills ‘10: Coordinating Security Specialist at International SOS and Control Risks, Former Peace Corps Volunteer […]

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Friday, October 7th, 2016

How To Become A Successful Entrepreneur Dinner and Lecture

HOW TO BECOME A SUCCESSFUL ENTREPRENEUR Dinner and Lecture Sessions Session One: The Building Blocks  Acquisition of Key Skills October 18 from 6:00 to 9:00pm Taylor Hall 113 Dinner provided Join JP Richard, Founder and Director of H-E Parts International LLC as he reviews: -Entrepreneurship- Definition, Types and Building a Company that Matters -Early Career Choices- Management consulting, corporate citizenship -Acquisition of key skills and expertise-  and -Achieving managerial success- Session Two will be announced later this semester. Sign up required To sign up, fill out this Google Form or e-mail Missy Gutkowski 

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