Director Fr. Dn. Paul Siewers, Associate Professor of Literary Studies. Scholarly interests in BPAL: Anti-totalitarian literature, Christian traditions and the liberal arts, great books across cultures, environmental humanities, American public rhetoric and poetics.
Christopher Ellis, Professor of Political Science, Co-Director of the Bucknell Institute for Public Policy. Scholarly and teaching Interests in BPAL: American public opinion; Political representation and equality; Campus politics and academic freedom.
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 BPAL: Interdisciplinary issues of sustainability (environmental, social, economic), cosmology and natural law.
Joe Murray, Associate Professor, Education. Scholarly and teaching interests in BPAL: History of education and current issues, research methods, college-age developmental issues, educational ethics.
Janice Traflet, Professor, College of Management. Scholarly and teaching interests in BPAL: Evolving ideas of democratic capitalism; stock market history; history of the Cold War.
Rivka Ulmer, Professor, Religion and Jewish Studies. Scholarly and teaching interests in BPAL: Jewish Studies.
Kelsi Chuprinski, Assistant Catholic Campus Minister and Foundation Instructor and Adviser. Educational interests in BPAL: Teaching and mentoring interests in the relation of faith to the liberal arts and leadership and character development.
Michael Binney, Men’s Golf Coach. Educational interests in BPAL: Mentoring interests in leadership and character development and viewpoint diversity.
Daniel Wirnsberger, Wrestling Coach. Educational interests in BPAL: Mentoring interests in character and leadership development, the relation of faith to the liberal arts, and viewpoint diversity.