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Jonathan D. Green Becomes Susquehanna’s 15th President

Incoming Susquehanna University President Jonathan D. Green will step into his new role tomorrow, Saturday, July 1. He will serve as Susquehanna’s 15th president, succeeding long-time President, L. Jay Lemons.

Alumnus Makes His Mark on Medical School

Most would agree that Dillon Warr ’16 left his mark on Susquehanna. He was valedictorian of his class and graduated summa cum laude with a Bachelor of Science in biology. Now, just a year after graduating, Warr is making his mark on medical school.

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.

Love of Numbers Leads to Accounting Career

Jamie Malachowski ’09 grew up observing the workings of her family’s restaurant business, which included keeping a close eye on the books. The experience inspired her to pursue a career in accounting.

Alum-Designed Patches Support State Parks

Caleb Heisey ’11 has parlayed his love of the outdoors and his graphic design degree into a project to raise money and awareness for parks like the one he enjoyed as a child.

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.

Styling the Heads of Broadway

How do you do your job so well, that no one notices? That’s what Ashley Leitzel-Reichenbach '02 does day in and day out as a Broadway hairdresser.

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.

Political Science Grad Spent Summer in Court

Since the day she first entered Susquehanna University, Jacqueline Keenan aspired to become a lawyer. In the summer of 2015, she got an in-depth look at the legal system by interning for Judge Michael H. Sholley.

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.

PoliSci Major Follows Girl Scouts to Washington

Katherine Allebach believes strongly in the mission of Girl Scouts, where she worked as a public policy intern at Girl Scouts of the USA’s Public Policy and Advocacy Office in Washington, D.C.