Barron’s in Education Program a New Resource for Business Students, Faculty

Susquehanna University Barron's in Education

April 30, 2019

Students in the Sigmund Weis School of Business have yet another way to gain financial knowledge and career advice—through Barron’s, one of the nation’s premier financial resources.

Thanks to the Hudock Capital Group, LLC, of Williamsport, Pa., sponsor of Susquehanna’s two-year site license to Barron’s, students and faculty have free access to the financial magazine’s online content, which provides in-depth analysis and commentary on the financial markets every day.

The Barron’s in Education partnership will also provide Sigmund Weis School students access to webinars, connections with corporate recruiters for internships and jobs, and opportunities to tour corporate headquarters.

“This is a wonderful resource for students,” says Matthew Rousu, dean of the Sigmund Weis School of Business. “An especially exciting benefit of the partnership is the invitation for our students to visit the Dow Jones headquarters in Manhattan and tour the Wall Street Journal and MarketWatch newsrooms.”

Susquehanna is an early participant in Barron’s new program, which launched in 2018. It connects real-world analysis to textbook theory, fosters professional growth by exposing students to a wide range of careers in business, and shares knowledge from the world’s top financial professionals.