Main Navigation
Skip To Content
Admission & Aid
Discover Susquehanna
Campus Life
Division of Student Life
About SU
Support Susquehanna

Recent News

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.

Susquehanna Dedicates New Admission House

Susquehanna University dedicated its new Admission House on Wednesday with a ceremonial ribbon-cutting in advance of the university’s 159th Commencement.

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.

Students Relay Against Cancer

Students raised more than $30,000 to support the fight against cancer through the American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life.

Freshman Earns Scholarship to Fulbright Summer Institute

Biology and Spanish double major Kara Eckert, of Boalsburg, Pa., has been selected to participate in the Fulbright Summer Institute, one of the most prestigious and selective summer scholarship programs operating worldwide.

Rousu Assumes Role as Interim Business School Dean

Matthew Rousu, professor and Warehime chair of the Department of Economics, will officially assume responsibilities as interim dean of the Sigmund Weis School of Business on Monday, May 1.

Junior Named Newman Civic Fellow

Gabriela Marrero, a junior psychology major from Reading, Pa., has been named a Newman Civic Fellow by Campus Connect. The recognition honors student leaders who have demonstrated through service, research and advocacy.

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.

Enactus Team Headed to Nationals

Susquehanna's Enactus team will once again advance to the national Enactus competition to be held in Kansas City, Mo., in May.

Weidlich Honored at Final Four

Senior Steven Weidlich was at the NCAA Final Four tournament in Phoenix, Ariz., to be honored as a member of the NABC Allstate Good Works Team.

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.

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.

$7.1 Million Gift Funds Service Program

Susquehanna University has received a $7.1 million gift to establish the Susquehanna Service Leaders Program, in which SU students will serve community organizations that support youth development in the Susquehanna Valley.

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.

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.

SU Degree Pays Off, Data Shows

SU graduates earn $16,600 more a year than the typical college graduate, within 10 years of starting at the university, according to data from the U.S. Department of Education.

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.

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.

We Are #11 in the Nation for Study Abroad

We rank among the best in the nation for undergraduate participation in study abroad, according to the Open Doors 2016 annual report on student mobility, released by the Institute for International Education.

Susquehanna Announces President-elect

Susquehanna University’s Board of Trustees voted unanimously on Saturday, Nov. 12, to elect Jonathan D. Green, D.M.A., as Susquehanna’s 15th president, effective July 1, 2017.

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.