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Debut Book Explores Vintage Marketing

Marketing professor Robert Williams’ debut book Vintage Marketing Differentiation, examines the origins of marketing and branding strategies that have proven to be successful for more than a century.

Seniors Present Research at State Capitol

Two students presented their research at the Undergraduate Research at the Capitol poster conference, with one recognized among the best at the conference.

Is Diet Soda Making Me Gain Weight?

For many trying to lose weight, one of the first steps in the process is eliminating sugar and replacing it with calorie-free alternatives. But new research from Tom Peeler, professor of biology at Susquehanna University, finds that consumption of certain types of artificial sweeteners may, over time, cause us to actually gain weight.

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.

Senior Talks Hamilton on Economics Podcast

Economics major Courtney Conrad was the first undergraduate to be featured on Economic Rockstar. The podcast has previously featured Nobel Prize winner Alvin Roth, professor of economics at Stanford University.

Junior Wins Award for Spider Research

A junior biology major was honored recently at the 11th annual River Symposium for her research presentation on mercury levels in spiders.

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.

Students Score in 99th Percentile on MCAT

Several Susquehanna University students scored in the 99th percentile on the Medical College Admission Test, positioning them excellently for admission to medical school.

Fog Lifts the Curtain on Air Quality

Although it might be a nuisance to drive through, fog, as it turns out, can be a helpful tool when determining what exactly is in the air we breathe.

Encouraging Women to Enter Careers in STEM

Four female members of the facuty participated in a panel discussion in front of a room full of Susquehanna University students ready to pursue careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).

Grant Funds River Conservation Work

A National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF) grant will support a new position that will work to engage partners, including university faculty and students, in a major restoration and conservation initiative.