Summer Internships Heat Up for Susquehanna
Summer for Susquehanna's students is about travel, networking, applying concepts learned during the year and impressing potential employers. In a word—internships. Here's a sampling of experiences our students are having this summer.
Variety Helps Anthropology Major at Smithsonian
Katie Patschke, a rising senior at Susquehanna University, is splitting time between the American Anthropological Association and the Smithsonian National Museum of African Art in Washington D.C. this summer.
Business Admin Major Collects Valuable Experience in Three Internships
Susquehanna University business administration major and rising senior Kara Mirarchi has completed three summer internships in her time at Susquehanna.
Theatre Prof Helps Sandy Hook Students Heal
Erik Viker, associate professor of theatre at Susquehanna University, is working with the 12.14 Foundation this summer to bring performing arts experiences to the youth of the Sandy Hook, Conn., community.
Research Opportunities at Susquehanna
Three prestigious organizations made substantial financial grants to Susquehanna University to support faculty/student undergraduate research—$3.075 million in 2014 alone!
Susquehanna Graduate Nominated for Second Emmy Award
Following his 2013 Emmy Award win for his work with NBC’s “The Voice,” Susquehanna University alumnus Craig Housenick has been nominated for his second Emmy in as many years.
Let's Make Whoopie (Pies) at Susquehanna
Susquehanna University alumna and successful business owner Lauren Elsasser, Class of 2013, spoke Friday to high school students attending this year’s Leadership Institute for Entrepreneurship (LIFE).
Susquehanna Biology Professor Awarded $550,000 NSF Grant
Erin Keen-Rhinehart, a neuroscientist and assistant professor of biology at Susquehanna University, has been awarded a Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) grant of $550,000 by the National Science Foundation.
GO North Reminds Susquehanna Student Value of Trying
Susquehanna University student Nadia McCallum was struck by how closely the culture of the Mushkegowuk Cree culture in Fort Albany, a village mere miles from the banks of the James Bay in northern Canada, mirrored what she experienced in Jamaica.
New Musicians-In-Residence Series Brings Distinguished Artists to Students
Susquehanna University’s music department will host four preeminent musicians for the 2014–15 academic year to kick off the inaugural year of the Martha Barker Blessing Musicians-in-Residence Series.