Friday, April 13th, 2012

CDC Library: Graduate Study for the 21st Century: How to build an academic career in the humanities

The CDC Library recently purchased the following book. Come check it out! Graduate Study for the 21st Century: How to build an academic career in the humanities, by Gregory Colon Semenza An except from the author’s description: This is a book designed solely for graduate students who wish to become professors on the tenure track; it does not spend time on alternative career paths. Its unique focus on building a professorial career means that this book dedicates a significant amount of attention to professional development issues, including publishing, attending conferences, and job searching. It emphasizes how a smart and informed […]

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Monday, January 23rd, 2012

Communication & Arts Fair at MTV on 2/7 – Register by 2/1

Excitement is in the air: Mad Men is set to return in March just in time for Don’s birthday! And for those hoping to turn into a real life Don Draper or Peggy I have even more good news for you – it’s time again for our 14th annual Communication & Arts Fair! Can you believe we’ve been doing this for 14 years? Me either. Here’s the deal: the purpose of this event is to offer students an environment to network with alumni, parents and representatives from the Communications(Marketing/PR, Advertising, Journalism, Publishing/Print Media, TV/Radio, Broadcasting) & Arts (Film /Video, Graphic […]

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Tuesday, November 15th, 2011

Hope on a String Summer Internships in Haiti

Come and meet Bennett Rathbun and learn more about Hope on a String! Wednesday, November 16 at Noon (lunch provided) ELC 217 RSVP on the BRIDE on  Nov. 15 Space limited to 22 students, first-come, first-served Summer Internships are possible – come and learn more! Mission: Hope on a String is a non-profit, grassroots organization that seeks to foster an environment of social transformation and economic development in Haiti through participation in music. Focus on music: Music is a key pillar of Haitian culture, serving not only as an emotional outlet and a healing mechanism for individuals and communities, but […]

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Monday, April 4th, 2011

Studio Art Alumni Career Panel – Thursday, April 7th

April 7th, 2011 | 5:30 – 6:30 | ELC Center Room Come hear advice and perspectives from Bucknell alumni who will examine career paths that utilize the studio art degree while discussing their work and available opportunities.  The conversation will include a question and answer period and an opportunity to meet (and network with!) the alumni panelists. Alumni Panelists: John Hartmann ’79, President, Hartmann Fine Art Conservation Services Lisa Miller ’79, Artist, Lisa Miller Art Beverly Tadeu ’79, Metal-smith, Jewelry

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Thursday, March 31st, 2011

Get a Glimpse…into travel, journalism, writing, photography

The Glimpse Correspondents Program is for talented writers and photographers with a passion for storytelling and a knack for finding truly unique stories. The program is open to anyone between the ages of 18 and 34 who will be working, volunteering, or studying outside of their home country for at least 10 weeks. Correspondents receive the following benefits: $600 stipend Support from a team of professional editors Career training in writing and photography Guaranteed publication on Glimpse.org Possibility of being featured on NationalGeographic.com The Glimpse Correspondents program is an opportunity for students, volunteers, teachers, and travelers who will be abroad […]

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Sunday, March 27th, 2011

Stanford Business School: Summer Institute for General Management

Over the past seven years the Summer Institute for General Management (SIGM) has provided participants the unique opportunity to explore the foundations of business with Stanford’s world-renowned GSB faculty. Students from top universities from around the world participate in the intensive four-week residential program on Stanford’s campus in the heart of Silicon Valley. Combining MBA-style classes, professional development workshops and networking opportunities with top-level companies, SIGM empowers emerging professionals as they embark upon their careers. The SIGM curriculum is designed to meet the needs of liberal arts, science, and assumes no previous study in any business field. The coursework covers […]

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Tuesday, March 22nd, 2011

Alumni Spotlight: From Law to CEO in Aviation – An International Career

Monday, March 28 | 6:00 – 7:00 p.m. | Willard Smith Library (Vaughan Lit 125) Light refreshments served Ray Sisson ’87 was an Economics major at Bucknell, became a lawyer, received his MBA from The University of Chicago in 2003 and is now the CEO of an aviation/aeronautics company in Dublin, Ireland named AWAS.  He has lived and worked abroad for most of his life. Mr. Sisson will return to campus to share: – how he got to where he is – insights about global careers and being an expat – perspectives on the commercial aircraft/airline business – global macro […]

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Monday, February 21st, 2011

Alumni Spotlight: Dr. Bill Durland ’53 – Human Rights Attorney, Legislator, Activist

“Law and Human Rights: A Life of Speaking Truth to Power with Dr. Bill Durland ’53 – Attorney, Legislator, Educator, Author and Activist” Speaker – Dr. Bill Durland ’53, Human Rights Attorney, Legislator, Activist Date: Monday, February 28 Time: 5:30 pm – Free Dinner! Where: ELC Refectory Dr. William Durland ’53 will share his experiences as a human rights lawyer specializing in international, constitutional, and governmental law.  He is presently practicing public interest law as the Executive Director of the Center on Law and Human Rights. The Center’s cases have been primarily in the areas of conscientious objection, civil disobedience, soldiers’ […]

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Monday, February 21st, 2011

Field Trip to World’s Leading Health Care Advertising Agency!

You are invited to spend 2 hours with the world’s leading health care advertising agency Cline Davis and Mann! Join the Bucknell Media & Technology Network (BMTN) for a great field trip and networking opportunity with Cline Davis and Mann in New York City on March 1st.  Space is limited so claim your spot today by registering on the BRIDGE! (Hint: Go to BRIDGE, calendar, career center calendar, select March 1, click on field trip to see more information and sign up!) Additional Information: – Students attending the field trip are required to also attend the Communications and Arts Fair […]

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Saturday, February 19th, 2011

Writing in Your Career – Advice from someone who knows

Thinking about writing as a career? 1st: Sign up for the NYC Communications & Arts Fair on March 1st right now! 2nd: Read on for some great tips and advice: When Laura Denbow first asked me to participate in the Career Conversation program on the subject of writing, I was concerned that I might not have anything valuable to share with you.  I am not a published author, although I have plenty of rejection slips, and I have not been involved in publishing or print media.   However, I always seem to be writing something!  Allow me to explain. Like so […]

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Wednesday, February 16th, 2011

International Relations Field Trip to D.C.

Travel down to DC with fellow students to hear from faculty member and network with alumni for a panel on The New Economic Landscape: The US and the World after the Global Financial Crisis. DATE: February 24th, 2011 TIME: 12:00pm – 11:30 p.m., actual event 6:00-8:00pm LOCATION: Washington, D.C. – Transportation provided The panel discussion will focus on the place of the U.S. in the new global economy, the challenges for the U.S. economy in the new global economy, the prospects for global financial stability, and a global strategy for the United States. The panelists include: Professor Patrice Franko ’80,  […]

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Wednesday, February 16th, 2011

Announcing the New Stadler Center Internship

Want an internship on campus?  Check out the Stadler Center for Poetry’s exciting internship opportunity for qualified rising sophomores, juniors, and seniors who may wish to pursue a career in arts administration. The Stadler Center Internship will be most relevant to students interested in contemporary poetry and/or arts administration. Interns work for 6-10 hrs/week and are required to attend regular meetings at the Stadler Center for Poetry as well as all Stadler Center events during the semester of the internship. Applications should include a letter of interest, resume, and an academic transcript. All application materials should be sent by email […]

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