The topic of women’s leadership took center stage at a first-of-its-kind symposium held in New York City for female business students. Supported and presented by Susquehanna alumnae, the symposium is leading to new opportunities back on campus.
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James Norman ’18, an accounting major from Bronx, N.Y., interned with Moody’s Corporation in New York City in the summer of 2015.
More than 2,000 miles away from her hometown of Reading, Pa., Manouchka Paulemont worked last summer in San José, Costa Rica, to help victims of sex trafficking restart their lives.
In her role as a leader development intern for Deloitte last summer, senior Danielle Boutwell experienced firsthand the benefits of having a strong collegiate alumni network
Matt Rousu, professor of economics at Susquehanna University, brings everyday decisions into his classroom with the course "Game Theory," in which students attempt to mathematically determine the actions they should take to secure their own best outcomes.
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Last spring, 20 young women studying in the Sigmund Weis School of Business attended the first-of its-kind Women's Leadership Symposium.
Three business students talk about their three very different internships.
Matt Rousu, professor of economics, brings this and other everyday decisions into his classroom with the course "Game Theory."
From Beta Gamma Sigma to a new living learning community for business students, find out what's happening on campus.
Alumni share their successes at Bloomberg and Hershey.
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