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Class of 2017 is Ready to Launch

From working as a theatre stage manager to teaching English in Germany to attending graduate school in Austria, Susquehanna University’s 2017 graduates are going places.

Senior Earns Fulbright Scholarship to Germany

Senior history major Rachel Baer has received a prestigious Fulbright U.S. Student Program award for an English Teaching Assistantship in Germany for the 2017–18 academic year.

New Teacher Education the Topic of Annual Horn Lecture

Valerie Allison, associate professor of education at Susquehanna University, will deliver the annual John C. Horn Lecture on March 23. The lecture is titled Self-Study and Storytelling: Tools for Personal Awareness, Disrupting Assumptions about the “Other” and Informing Teacher Education.

Grad’s Online Mag Says 'No' to Clickbait

Kathryn Watson ’08, a freelance writer, became so frustrated with her pitches being turned down for low click potential that she founded Upwrite Magazine, an online magazine that caters to the careful art of writing.

Alumni-Student Partnerships Key to Future Success

Students, especially graduating seniors, know the job market is competitive. That’s why they appreciate getting a helping hand from Susquehanna alumni who care about their success.

Grad Answers the Call to Ministry

The daughter of a minister, Maureen Seifried '04 grew up in the church. But her own decision to enter the ministry did not come easily.

Book Traces Resistance Efforts of Indigenous Mexicans

In Stand Up and Fight: Participatory Indigenismo, Populism, and Mobilization in Mexico, 1970–1984, Maria L.O. Muñoz traces the actions of indigenous Mexicans to resist government authority in order to craft their own economic, political and cultural roles in the late-20th century.

A Century Later, Suffrage Plays Still Relevant

Associate Professor Anna Andes has spent the past several years studying the little-known plays of the British suffrage movement. The issues they tackle, equal pay, sexual harassment and education, are surprisingly relevant today.

Grad Joins Al Roker’s Production Company

Luke Watson has taken a varied path to get to where he is, but you know what they say: It’s not the destination; it’s the journey. Today, Watson works for Roker Labs, a division of Al Roker Entertainment.

This Thanksgiving, Pass the Peace

Things might be awkward around many Thanksgiving tables this year as families struggle to recalibrate after a particularly divisive election. Students in the senior capstone course for French majors explored creatively the intersection of food and politics.

Grad: Entrepreneurial Spirit Not Limited to Business

Through her work with the University Innovation Fellows Program at Stanford University, Laurie Moore '16 has learned that the entrepreneurial spirit extends well beyond owning one’s own business.

Dodd Named Principal of the Year

Alumnus Thomas Dodd '92 has been named the 2017 National Principal of the Year by the National Association of Secondary School Principals.

Ethics Lecturer Discusses White-Collar Crime

White-collar crime expert Walt Pavlo Jr., a former MCI WorldCom executive who spent two years in prison for wire fraud and money laundering, will present the lecture, Stolen Without a Gun: Insights Into White-Collar Crime on Oct. 24.

Professor Presents Poems from Recently Published Collection

Gary Fincke, Charles Degenstein professor of English and creative writing, will read from his poetry collection Bringing Back the Bones: New and Selected Poems, published by Stephen F. Austin University, at 7 p.m. Sept. 15 in Isaacs Auditorium of Seibert Hall. The event is free to the public, and copies of the book will be on sale after the reading.