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Jacqueline Bauer ‘18

Jacqueline Bauer '18

Choosing Susquehanna (where I love the small classes and community-feel) has given me the ability to bond with some faculty members in the history department. My advisor, Dr. Edward Slavishak, has been incredibly helpful. I can go to him with any questions regarding my very intensive majors and minors, and issues outside of class. Dr. Slavishak is always willing to make time to sit down and help me with anything.

I chose my history major after encouragement from Dr. Slavishak because I have always been good with history, and I like the fact that our past really does impact our futures. Because I would like to work for the government one day, I recently added an international public policy major.

Gaining an international perspective is really important for becoming a global citizen. Through the GO program and my classes, I know I will be gaining a worthwhile education. Before coming to Susquehanna, I had never really studied Asian History. After taking Modern East Asia, my favorite class thus far, I have a much better understanding of that area of the world. I hope to broaden my experiences further by interning in a museum or with the government this summer.

Clubs/Activities: Alpha Delta Pi, Alpha Lambda Delta, Student Conduct Board, Orientation Team, Colleges Against Cancer, Habitat for Humanity

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