Centers & Lectureships
Among the numerous lectures and programs that enrich the learning community at Susquehanna are a number of lectures and distinctive centers.
The Arlin M. Adams Center for Law and Society explores the rich intersections between law and other disciplines in society that surface in contemporary thought. The center coordinates numerous programs and services.
The Writers Institute is home to an exceptional undergraduate writing program. Publications and the Visiting Writers Series complement the curricular offerings.
The Center for Adolescent Research and Education seeks to be the preeminent authoritative information source regarding the attitudes and behaviors of adolescents and young adults.
Lectureships include a number of annual talks that bring accomplished scholars and professionals to campus. Several annual lectures are enabled by the generosity of university alumni.