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Five Students Named Gilman Scholars

Five students have been awarded the prestigious Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship, enabling them to study in Spain, Italy, Cyprus, Scotland and New Zealand during the Spring 2018 semester.

Martell Lands Three-Book Deal

Creative writing major Nick Martell ’16 has landed a multi-book publishing deal with foreign rights for his forthcoming epic fantasy series The Kingdom of Liars.

Concert Pianist Inspires Class of 2018

Concert pianist Awadagin Pratt urged Susquehanna's Class of 2018 to consider their degrees with the same flexibility they might give the first draft of their memoir. Pratt delivered the keynote address before 473 graduates at our 160th Commencement.

Susquehanna Offers Master of Education Program

Our master’s program makes it convenient for working teachers to pursue their advanced degree through a hybrid teaching format that combines online coursework and some face-to-face class meetings.

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.

Students ‘Check Out’ the Human Library

Human books like Born From the Great Migration, Black Girl Long Hair, An Extrovert With Anxiety and Finding My Song opened themselves to visitors at Susquehanna’s Human Library, organized by the Blough-Weis Library and the student group, Better Together.

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.

Susquehanna to Hold Day of Service

Our annual day of service on Saturday, April 21, will have students, faculty, staff and alumni volunteering at organizations across the Central Susquehanna Valley, Harrisburg and New Jersey.

Events Set to Celebrate Earth Week

We're celebrating Earth Week with a full schedule of events designed to bring awareness to sustainable living, pollinator population and ecojustice issues.

Registration Open for Kids’ College

Registration is now open for this summer’s Kids' College, a series of day camps for children on the campus of Susquehanna University. Kids' College challenges campers to think critically, work collaboratively and solve problems creatively through a variety of dynamic, hands-on activities in a nurturing educational environment.

Department of Music Presents Concerts

Our Department of Music will present several concerts of instrumental music throughout the month of April that are free and open to the public.

Alumna Reading to Mark Annual Edition of RiverCraft

Writer, educator and Susquehanna University alumna Melissa Goodrich will read from a selection of her work at 7:30 p.m. Monday, April 16, in the Cunningham Center for Music and Art’s Stretansky Concert Hall.

Guest Pianists to Perform

Guest artists Christina Dahl and Oksana Ezkhokina will perform a piano recital at 7:30 p.m. on Monday, April 23, in Stretansky Concert Hall in the Cunningham Center for Music and Art.

Abstract Art Exhibition Opens April 21

The spring art exhibition Abstract and Nonrepresentational Painting will open with a reception in Susquehanna University’s Lore Degenstein Gallery from 7-9 p.m. on Saturday, April 21.

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.

Former Gov. Rendell to Speak April 11

Former Pennsylvania Governor Edward G. Rendell will speak at Susquehanna University at 7:30 p.m. April 11 in Stretansky Concert Hall of the Cunningham Center for Music and Art. The purpose of this event is to further civil and intellectual discourse on campus, in keeping with the university theme for the year—conflict.

Pulitzer Prize-Winning Play Comes to Susquehanna

Susquehanna University’s Department of Theatre will present the Pulitzer Prize-winning play Topdog/Underdog at 7:30 p.m. March 24 and 25 in Isaacs Auditorium in Seibert Hall.

Senior Art Show Opens March 24

Susquehanna University’s annual Senior Art Show will be presented in the Lore Degenstein Gallery from March 24 to April 8.

SU Students Dominate ADDY Design Awards

Graphic design students walked away with the majority of awards during the recent American Advertising Federation’s Greater Frederick (Md.) ADDY Awards ceremony.

Students Learn Democracy Is Hard Work

Some of Susquehanna’s political science students spent two weeks participating in a simulation that had them rebuilding the government of ancient Athens.

Break Through 2018

More than 100 Susquehanna alumni returned to campus this month for the annual student-alumni networking conference known as Break Through ... to life after graduation.

GO Austria Increases Student’s Awareness of Global Politics

Among the many things senior Marielle Miller learned on her Global Opportunities experience in Austria, perhaps most striking was the country’s Nazi past. GO Austria: National History, Global Responsibilities is a three-week study abroad program that takes students to Salzburg and Vienna, as well as nearby Munich, Germany.