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Recent News

Class of 2018 is Going Places!

From New York City to Los Angeles, Susquehanna University’s 2018 graduates are going places. The 475 members of this year's graduating class have pursued degrees across the School of Arts and Sciences and the Sigmund Weis School of Business. Now, they are ready to apply what they've learned to their career and life pursuits.

Celebrating Our Freshwater Research Initiative

We celebrated the accomplishments of our Freshwater Research Initiative (FRI) recently with research presentations and a panel discussion into the challenges facing the Susquehanna River and Chesapeake Bay watershed.

Students Present at Undergraduate Research Conference

Forty-five Susquehanna University students recently returned from Oklahoma from the National Conference on Undergraduate Research (NCUR), where they presented research on topics ranging from biology to psychology.

Research Identifies Threats to Brook Trout Populations

New research from Susquehanna University’s Freshwater Research Initiative finds that brook trout populations suffered most as a result of natural gas development if their habitats were already made fragile by other land uses.

Susquehanna, WGL Partner on 14-Acre Solar Array

Susquehanna University has entered into an agreement with WGL Energy Systems to develop a 3.9 MW DC (3 MW AC) ground-mounted solar array that will supply 30 percent of the university’s electricity needs.

Three Students Win Top Honors at River Symposium

Three students won awards for their poster presentations at the 12th annual River Symposium at Bucknell University, capturing two out of the four poster awards given for student research.

Art Installation Highlights Plastics Pollution

A unique art installation recognized the effects of plastics pollution during Campus Sustainability Month. The project featured art installations constructed of discarded plastics that were collected from around campus.

Lecture to Explore Energy Applications of Nanoparticles

Richard Robinson, an award-winning professor of materials science at Cornell University, will deliver the 2017 Claritas Distinguished Lecture in the Sciences on Oct. 24 at 7:30 p.m. in Stretansky Concert Hall.

Faculty, Students Lead Survey Efforts of Wild Trout Streams

Nearly 100 streams are set to come before the commissioners of the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission for designation as wild trout streams, almost half of which were sampled by our own faculty and students through their work with the Unassessed Waters Initiative.

Be an Astronomer for a Day

Even though central Pennsylvanians won’t witness the full effect of the total solar eclipse on Aug. 21, you will be able to participate in the science of it as a citizen astronomer.