Bucknell University

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Bucknell University
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City: Lewisburg, Pennsylvania
Type: Private
Sports: baseball, basketball, cross country, field hockey, football, golf, lacrosse, rowing, soccer, swimming & diving, tennis, track & field, volleyball, water polo, wrestling[1]
Colors: orange, blue
Mascot: Bison
Degrees: Bachelor's, Master's[2]
Website: http://www.bucknell.edu/

Bucknell University is a highly selective private university in Lewisburg, Pennsylvania. It was founded in 1846 as the University at Lewisburg, and changed its name to Bucknell University in 1881, after benefactor William Bucknell, who helped save the university from financial ruin.[3] The school colors are orange and blue and the mascot is Bucky the Bison.

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About the school

Bucknell has approximately 3,400 undergraduate students and 150 graduate students. There are more than 50 majors and 60 minors within two colleges: engineering and liberal arts. Bucknell has small class sizes, with an 11:1 student-faculty ratio.

In the News

Famous Bucknellians

  • Diane B. Allen, New Jersey State Senator, Legislative District 7
  • Ted Ammon, New York financier
  • Karl Amylon, chief administrative officer of Ketchikan, AK, USA
  • Kunitake Ando, President and Group Chief Operating Officer of Sony Corporation
  • Rob Andrews, U.S. representative
  • Theodore Beale, Author and columnist, also known as Vox Day
  • Sam Bidleman, President of the Pennsylvania School Press Association; Finalist, 2002 Pennsylvania Teacher of the Year
  • Neal Blaisdell, former mayor of Honolulu
  • Colonel Matthew Bogdanos, Marine, NYC Assistant District Attornery, and Author
  • Susan Crawford, former chief judge of U.S. Court of Military Appeals
  • Jane Elfers, president and CEO of Lord & Taylor
  • Bently Elliott, former chief speechwriter for President Ronald Reagan
  • Benjamin K. Focht, US Congressman from Pennsylvania
  • John A. Giannetti, member of Maryland House of Delegates
  • Sunil Gulati, President, United States Soccer Federation
  • Daniel J. Herrington, NASA Vice-President, Intuitive Aeronautics Design
  • Edward Herrmann, actor
  • David Jayne Hill, diplomat, ambassador, writer
  • Clarke Hinkle, National Football League fullback and Hall of Fame inductee
  • Jon Robert Holden, naturalized Russian Basketball player, currently active for PBC CSKA Moscow
  • Bob Keegan, former Major League Baseball player
  • Kenneth Langone, Co-founder of Home Depot and former director of the New York Stock Exchange
  • Douglas Lebda, founder of LendingTree
  • Evan Coyne Maloney, webmaster/documentary filmmaker
  • Mark Morganelli, jazz Musician, Producer
  • Christy Mathewson, former Major League Baseball player and member of the Baseball Hall of Fame (did not graduate)
  • John McPherson, "Close to Home" cartoonist
  • Les Moonves, president and CEO of CBS Television
  • Edward (Ted) C. Peterson, Co-Founder and Co-Owner of Peterson and Collins Inc.
  • James Pommersheim, Katherine Piggott Professor of Mathematics at Reed College
  • Michael Riccio, founder Falcon Partners, and Chief Operating Officer and Director of Go2Net
  • Mark H. Ronald, President & CEO, BAE Systems Inc.
  • Philip Roth, award-winning novelist
  • Trevor Rutledge-Leverenz, producer of the Mike and Murray Show on Sirius Satellite Radio
  • Greg Schiano, head coach of the Rutgers University football team
  • Paul Shipman, Founder, President, and CEO, Redhook Ale Brewery
  • Ray Sullivan, Chief Operating Officer of the New England Patriots
  • Ralph Waite, actor
  • David West, president and CEO of Hershey's
  • Jay Wright, head coach of the Villanova University basketball team
  • Weldon Wyckoff, former Major League Baseball player
  • George Young, former New York Giants general manager

External Links

  • Bucknell University website [2]
  • History of Bucknell [3]
  • Fast Facts about Bucknell [4]

References

  1. http://bucknellbison.cstv.com/
  2. College Search - Bucknell University - At a Glance (English) (HTML). College Board. Retrieved on May 28, 2010.
  3. History of Bucknell [1]


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