Recent Business Stories
Susquehanna Faculty and Downtown Businesses Partner for New Summer Program
Susquehanna University faculty and downtown businesses are collaborating on a new summer education program.
Susquehanna Appoints New Business School Dean
Marsha Kelliher, J.D., LL.M., has joined Susquehanna University as dean of the Sigmund Weis School of Business. She succeeds Alicia Jackson, who has led the business school since 2007, and will assume her new duties on Aug. 1.
Business School London Program Highlighted in New Video
Learn more about the semester-length Global Opportunities Program, one of the signature learning experiences of Susquehanna University's Sigmund Weis School of Business.
Crossover: A Susquehanna Currents Feature
Alumni connections lead to unexpected career paths in the commercial magazine industry. New York City is the setting for this Susquehanna networking tale.
New York Times Reporter to Discuss Natural Gas Drilling Industry
Ian Urbina, the New York Times reporter behind the award-winning 2011 “Drilling Down” series of investigative articles, will discuss “Oil And Gas Drilling: A New York Times Investigation” on Oct. 23 at 7:30 p.m.
Marketing Self and Service in the Age of Social Media
Assistant Professor of Marketing Amresh Kumar leads students through an exploration of marketing's creativity and innovation.
Former H&R Block CEO Encourages Openness and Versatility
University alumnus Alan Bennett '72 returns to Susquhanna as lecturer and executive-in-residence.
Placing the World at Students' Fingertips
The Sigmund Weis School of Business leverages global learning opportunities for student success.
Grad Finds Dream Job Through Alumni Connections
Susquehanna alumna Kellie Nebiker networked her way to a coveted magazine job.
Business School Professor Makes Statistics Accessible to Blind Students
Paul Dion, associate professor of management at Susquehanna University, has established a method for teaching advanced statistics to students who cannot see.
Susquehanna University SIFE Team Advances to National Exposition
The Susquehanna University Students in Free Enterprise (SIFE) team was named a league champion for the ninth consecutive year at the Baltimore SIFE USA Regional Competition on April 4.
Business School Students Win With Whoopies
Susquehanna University junior Lauren Elsasser, of Mifflinburg, and senior Josh Rogers, of Williamsport, recently took the top prize of $5,000 in the Greater Susquehanna Keystone Innovation Zone’s 2012 Venture Plan Competition.
Susquehanna Celebrates Inductees of Business Honor Society
Susquehanna University’s Sigmund Weis School of Business celebrated its 19th Annual Beta Gamma Sigma Induction Ceremony on March 25 at the Susquehanna Valley Country Club.