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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.

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.

Adams Center Lecture Explores Capital Punishment and Race

Criminal justice scholar Paul Kaplan will present the lecture “‘He Never Had a Chance’: Capital Defendants in Contexts of Racist Fear” on March 30, sponsored by the Arlin M. Adams Center for Law and Society at Susquehanna University. Kaplan will discuss the use of the death penalty in the southern United States. The presentation, which begins at 7 p.m. in Faylor Hall, in Fisher Hall, is free and open to the public.

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.

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.

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.

Alum ’68 Shares Election Insights After Career in DC

William A. (Bill) Lewis ’68, SU’s first African-American graduate, spent a week on campus sharing his experiences as a student during the civil rights movement and his distinguished federal career working to improve the nation’s civil rights climate.

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).

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.

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.