December 03, 2015
Dylan Furlano '14 left Susquehanna feeling prepared for whatever graduate school can throw her way.
She now works at State Farm during the day and spends her evenings working toward a master's degree in Holocaust and genocide studies from West Chester University. Someday, she hopes to work in international policy or law, furthering human rights issues. Originally a creative writing major, Furlano was encouraged by a professor to add an economics major after taking an elective her first semester. "I encourage all students to seek out faculty members. They are one of the greatest resources available at SU," she says.
"I found that I had varied interests and was lucky enough that SU's structure allowed me to pursue them all!" she explains. "Seize all opportunities-you never know where they will lead!"