Susquehanna celebrates the graduates of the Class of 2024


浩博体育app celebrated the Class of 2024 by awarding degrees to nearly 500 graduates. They now join an alumni community of nearly 22,000 worldwide. After graduation they will scatter south to Texas, west to Oregon and north to Alaska, while others will set off to locations abroad in England, 北马其顿, 波兰和南非.

Pictured are the headshots of Jim Briggs, Peggy Peeler and Lauren Smith.

教师 win awards for scholarship, teaching, advising


浩博体育app announced faculty awards for research, teaching and advising at its 166th commencement. Awards were given to James Briggs, professor of psychology; Peggy Peeler, professor of biology; and Lauren Smith, lecturer in management and marketing.

Class of 2024: Where are they going?


As 浩博体育app closes its 166th academic year, seniors are preparing for the next chapter of their lives.

Emily Hizny stands in front of a bookcase.

Creative writing grad headed to 北马其顿 with Peace Corps


Emily Hizny is readying for a nearly 5,000-mile journey to 北马其顿 for a two-year commitment to the Peace Corps. While in the southern European republic, Hizny will be assigned to a primary or secondary school where she will work collaboratively with a teacher there to teach English

Computer science major awarded FAIT Fellowship from U.S. 国务院


Computer science major KaMeron Hopkins ’26 has been awarded the prestigious and highly competitive Foreign Affairs Information Technology Fellowship by the U.S. 国务院 — one of only 15 awarded annually in the United States. FAIT Fellows receive tuition assistance, 夏季实习机会, mentorship and professional development to launch their careers in the U.S. Foreign Service as information management specialists.

Senior in art history awarded FAO Schwarz Fellowship in social impact


Art history major Alex Gabriel ’24 was awarded an FAO Schwarz Fellowship in social impact. Gabriel will serve as a fellow at the Museum of the City of New York where he will give museum tours to student groups and work to improve access programming using feedback from visitors, as well as collaborate with staff members from different departments to ensure that accessibility is a priority throughout the institution.

浩博体育app President Jonathan Green posed in front of a bookcase

Jonathan Green selected to Board of Directors for National Association of Independent Colleges and Universities


浩博体育app President Jonathan Green has been selected to serve on the Board of Directors for the National Association of Independent Colleges and Universities. Green will represent NAICU’s Region III, 包括肯塔基州, 俄亥俄州, 宾夕法尼亚州和西弗吉尼亚州.

Susquehanna’s schools of business, natural sciences launch chemistry management major


浩博体育app will offer a chemistry management major beginning in fall 2024. 学生s in chemistry management will learn to master the principles of chemistry alongside essential management concepts, developing a deep understanding of both scientific processes and organizational dynamics.

Exploring MLK’s true beliefs on nonviolence


牧师. 马丁·路德·金. is widely recognized as a prominent advocate for nonviolence. In a recent piece published in Dialog, A Journal of Theology, Jeffrey K. Mann posits that King’s view of nonviolence was not as absolute as we might think.

Celebrating the relaunch of 浩博体育app Press


浩博体育app has relaunched it press with the publication of 成为鬼的练习, a collection of short stories by author and alumnus Patrick Thomas Henry. 时隔14年, SU Press re-emerges as a unique collaboration between the Department of English & Creative Writing and the Sigmund Weis School of 业务.

业务 students shine at FBLA state conference, bound for nationals in Orlando


浩博体育app’s chapter of Future 业务 Leaders of America was honored with multiple awards at the State Leadership Conference, qualifying several students for the national conference in Orlando, 佛罗里达.

Senior Scholars Day continues 50-year tradition


Nearly 130 students presented research, music and artwork at Susquehanna’s Senior Scholars Day, an event where students showcase the culmination of their years of study and honor the professors who acted as their mentors. The event continues a tradition spanning more than 50 years.