People & Places

Jennifer Elick (center) at work in the classroom.

The Fire Down Below

Imagine a town where the ground is sinking, the roads are cracked, trees and plants have dried up, and poisonous gases leak from below.

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Jack Holt conducting research in the Lower Penns Creek Watershed.

Biology Professor Named Watershed Man of the Year

Professor of Biology Jack Holt and his research partner, Mike Bilger, were recently named “Watershed Men of the Year” by the Snyder County Conservation District.

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Stephen Maganzini with children in Belize.

Grants Open New Doors for Susquehanna Students

Stephen Maganzini ’11, a biology major from Wolfeboro Falls, N.H., clearly recalls Eric, the 11-year-old boy he met in a Belize medical clinic who’d cut his ankle with a machete.

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Laurence Roth, associate professor of English

English Professor Attends Seminar on Liberal Education

Associate Professor of English Laurence Roth was selected from a national pool of applicants to attend the highly selective seminar Twenty-first Century Liberal Education held at Transylvania University in Lexington, Ky., this summer.

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Members of the Theresa Palmer Society honored their namesake with a luncheon this spring. Pictured are, from left to right, front row: Tracy and Joan Wiggins '74; back row: Muriel Langley, Brittany Wood, Courtney Allen and Taiisha Swinton, all '08.

Honoring an SU Trailblazer

Theresa Palmer ’73 Tracy, the first African-American woman to graduate from Susquehanna, was honored at a luncheon this spring by the society named for her.

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Pennsylvania Governor Ed Rendell addresses graduates during commencement.

Pennsylvania Governor Delivers Commencement Address

Pennsylvania Gov. Edward G. Rendell gave the 454 members of the Class of 2008 his recipe for success during this year’s commencement exercises, marking the close of Susquehanna’s 150th academic year.

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