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Professor’s Words Spur Wanderlust

Abby Johnson is in South Africa volunteering with the Evangelical Lutheran Church of America, teaching art and writing about the journey.

$1.2 Million NSF Grant to Recruit STEM Teachers

A $1.2 million grant from the National Science Foundation will support the recruitment and education of chemistry, physics and mathematics majors pursuing teaching careers in high-need school districts.

English/Creative Writing Grads Earn Accolades

For more than 20 years, Susquehanna University’s Writers Institute has given young authors a place to develop their craft. Today, alumni continue to see great success after graduation.

Harvard Professor Talks Health Reform

Harvard professor Theda Skocpol will present The Past and Future of U.S. Health Care Reform at Susquehanna University on March 22. The lecture begins at 7:30 p.m. in Stretansky Concert Hall of the Cunningham Center for Music and Art.

Love of History Leads Hedges to TV Career

The seeds of Mellissa Betts Hedges’ career as a producer for the television series “Who Do You Think You Are?” were planted when she took an African History course as a first-year student.

Fincke to Have Three Books Published

Creative writing professor Gary Fincke, founding director of the Writers Institute, will have three books of poetry and short stories published in the coming year.

Creative Writing Major Lands Dream Job at Marvel

Christina Harrington ’12 still remembers the first time she laid eyes on a comic book. From that moment on, she was hooked. Today, Harrington experiences that magic every day as an assistant editor at Marvel in the comic publisher’s X-Men office.

Alumna Raises Homelessness Awareness

Karen Coviello '10 realized she took for granted her upbringing surrounded by the warmth, safety and security of her family when she started volunteering for Covenant House, the largest privately funded agency in the Americas providing shelter to homeless and runaway youth.

Who Says You Can’t Be in the WWE When You Grow Up?

What Steven Urena ’11 really wanted to be when he grew up was a professional wrestler. His parents had other ideas, but he didn’t give up on his dream—he just changed gears from wrestling to writing.

Grad Wins Second Emmy

Believe it or not, Emmy Award–winning producer Jason Mammen ’00 knew from the age of 8 that he wanted to “make TV.” At the time, an Emmy was probably the last thing on Mammen’s young mind. But by the timehe graduated from Susquehanna University, he knew it was an achievable goal.

Awesome Academics: Magic, Witchcraft and Religion

While houses on University Avenue may be decked out for All Hallow’s Eve, Shari Jacobson’s Anthropology 220 class at Susquehanna University doesn’t discuss broom-riding witches and spooky Halloween stories.