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Wednesday, September 27th, 2017

Come Meet Jacquelyn Awigena-Cook ’05

Don’t miss two great events to talk to alumna Jacquelyn Awigena-Cook ’05. Learn more about a lawyer’s role in business compliance, both in the US and overseas and discover how Jacquelyn translated her Cell Biology/Biochemistry major into the real world. 

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Tuesday, September 30th, 2014

Goldman Sachs STEM Symposium

Goldman Sachs is hosting a STEM Symposium on Friday, October 31. For students interested in attending, the application deadline is Sunday, October 5 at 11:59 PM. This one-day program is for African American, Hispanic/Latino, Native American or Female college sophomores and juniors who are studying science, technology, engineering, or mathematics who are interested in exploring the numerous career paths in the financial services industry, and learning more about summer internship opportunities at the firm.

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Wednesday, April 11th, 2012

OUT in STEM Lockheed Martin Student Webinar

Free webinar for students, presented by Lockheed Martin Date: April 20th, 2012 Time: 3pm-4:15pm (EST) Register Now Learn and hear about: Personal Stories Resumes & Interviews Overview of being LGBTQ at Lockheed Martin Register Now

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Monday, February 13th, 2012

Physics Alumni Career Panel

DATE: Monday, February 20th TIME: 7:30 – 8:30 p.m. LOCATION: Traditional Reading Room, Bertrand Library The panel discussion will examine the career paths of this diverse group of Bucknell alumni. Come hear their advice and perspectives as they discuss their work and available opportunities.  The conversation will also include a question and answer period. The event is followed by a small networking reception with hors d’oeurves, where attendees can connect with the alumni. Panelists: Ari-David Brown ’99, Electronics Engineer, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Deborah Hornbeck ’90, Senior Vice President, Information Security, Citigroup Timothy Maclay ’86, CEO, Celestial Insight, Inc. […]

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Monday, December 5th, 2011

This Summer Take a Road Trip … And Get Paid

You may remember seeing a big green RV on campus back in October when Roadtrip Nation burst into our little bubble.  Well now you have a chance to WORK for them this summer! Recently Roadtrip Nation wrapped up their nationwide 2011 Fall Tour, celebrating all of their 2011 achievements as well as their 10-year anniversary and in doing all this fun celebrating came up with this great new project: Innovation Roadtrip. This Roadtrip opportunity is for those who want to explore and speak with innovative Leaders in science, engineering, technology, and math—individuals that are using their passions to make an […]

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Sunday, December 4th, 2011

December Grad School Digest: Columbia & Tufts

The Master of Public Administration in Environmental Science and Policy is a twelve-month program that combines Columbia University’s hands-on approach to teaching public policy and administration with the Earth Institute’s pioneering thinking about the environment, educating today’s environmental leaders for a sustainable tomorrow. The program trains sophisticated public managers and policymakers, who apply innovative, systems-based thinking to environmental issues. The program challenges students to think systemically and act pragmatically. To meet this challenge, we offer a high-quality graduate program in management and policy analysis that emphasizes practical skills and is enriched by ecological and planetary science. There is a new fellowship for […]

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Friday, November 4th, 2011

Alumna Spotlight: Career Advice for the Sciences with Dr. Gina Conenello ’03, Ph.D.

This Monday,  November 7th at Noon in ELC Arches Lounge Dr. Gina Conenello ’03, Cell Biology/Biochemistry major, will share information about her career path. After graduating in 2003, Dr. Conenello received a New York State Department of Health (NYSDOH) Emerging Infectious Disease fellowship. She got her Ph.D. in 2009 in Biomedical Science from Mt. Sinai School of Medicine Graduate School. She is now a Commissioner’s Fellow at the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. Please join us for a lunch time discussion, 11/7 at Noon in ELC Arches Lounge; Food provided!

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Tuesday, April 5th, 2011

Graduate School in the Sciences Alumni & Faculty Panel

Panel Discussion: Graduate School in the Sciences Monday, April 11, 2011 5:00 – 6:30 p.m. Bertrand Library – Traditional Reading Room Free Pizza! Learn from a panel of alumni doctoral students and faculty advisors about graduate school in the sciences:  why go, for what types of careers, when and how to apply, fellowships, and resources available on and off campus; there will be time for questions and answers during and after the program. Panelists: Sara Fenstermacher ’08, PhD candidate, Neuroscience, Harvard University Carolyn Ritterson Lew ’04, PhD candidate, Cell and Molecular Biology, Boston University Andrea Halpern, Professor of Psychology and […]

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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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Wednesday, February 23rd, 2011

Physics Alumni Career Panel – 2/28

DATE: February 28th TIME: 7:30 – 8:30 p.m. LOCATION: Traditional Reading Room, Bertrand Library The panel discussion will examine the career paths of this diverse group of Bucknell alumni. Come hear their advice and perspectives as they discuss their work and available opportunities.  The conversation will also include a question and answer period. The event is followed by a small networking receptio with hors d’oeurves, where attendees can connect with the alumni and their peers. Panelists: Marisa Conlon ’04 – Patent Examiner & Attorney, US Patent Office Justin Likar ’01 – Spacecraft Systems Engineer, Lockheed Martin David Moschella ’84 – […]

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Sunday, November 14th, 2010

A business degree just for liberal arts, science and engineers!

Seniors: Still exploring your options after graduation? Consider this M.S. in Commerce at the University of Virginia.  The one-year business degree is unique in that it is designed specifically for recently graduating liberal arts, science, and engineering majors.  The program features concentrations in either Financial Services or Marketing & Management, as well as a month of global travel to Europe or Asia! At the McIntire School of Commerce, innovation is at the core of everything we do. Our one-year, 38-credit-hour M.S. in Commerce in either Financial Services or Marketing & Management is one of the most innovative and rewarding. This […]

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Thursday, November 11th, 2010

Women & Science/Technology Policy Seminar in Washington, DC

Women science majors who want to explore what life is like as a science advisor to the President, the head of an Institute at NIH, or a congressional staffer influencing the government’s research agenda, should sign up for PLEN’s Women & Science/Technology Policy Seminar in Washington, DC, January 3-7, 2011: Women & Science/Technology Policy Seminar in Washington, DC The Public Leadership Education Network (PLEN) will be holding its 12th Women & Science/Technology Policy Seminar January 3-7, 2011 for women students who are considering a career in science or health policy. This is a one-of-a-kind opportunity for women students to discover […]

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Friday, August 6th, 2010

Shark Attack!

Do you love Shark Week? Are you majoring in Biology or a related field? Does this video interest you? If you answered yes to the questions above then this internship is for you.  Oceans Research is accepting applications for the 2010/2011 internship program. Interns will be working on many of the ongoing marine predator research projects carried out on the coast of Southern Africa. Oceans Research provides training opportunities for aspiring marine scientists, conservationists, and explorers. In their  internship program, interns will receive unprecedented practical training in marine research techniques to study mega-fauna including sharks, rays, marine mammals and turtles. […]

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