Richard Crago, Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering. Scholarly and Teaching Interests in BPALC:  Role of engineers in society; engineering ethics and sustainability.

Christopher Ellis, Professor of Political Science, Co-Director Bucknell Institute for Public Policy. Scholarly and Teaching Interests in BPALC: American public opinion; Political representation and equality; Campus politics.

Peter Mark Jansson, Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering and Faculty Director of the Bucknell Center for Sustainability and the Environment. Scholarly and Teaching Interests in BPALC: Interdisciplinary issues of sustainability (environmental, social, economic), cosmology and natural law.

Fr. Dn. Paul A.K.  Siewers (Faculty Director), Assoc. Professor, Literary Studies; William E. Simon Fellow, Religion and Public Life, James Madison Program, Princeton, ’18-’19; Faculty Fellow, Open Discourse Coalition, ’20–. Interests in BPALC: Freedom in Christian poetics;  literary resistance to totalitarianism.

Janice Traflet, Professor, College of Management. Scholarly and Teaching Interests in BPALC: Evolving ideas of democratic capitalism; stock market history; history of the Cold War.

Rivka Ulmer. Professor of Religion and Jewish Studies. Scholarly Interests in BPALC: Jewish Studies.

EMERITI FACULTY AFFILIATES

William R. Gruver, Emeritus Professor and former Howard I Scott Chair in Global Commerce, Strategy and Leadership, College of Management. Scholarly and Teaching Interests in BPALC: Ethics within the capital markets; leadership as a change agent.

Mark Bettner, Emeritus Professor and former Christian R. Lindback Chair in Accounting & Financial Management, College of Management.