From top U.S. brands to international corporations, business students spent the summer earning the relevant work experience employers seek. But work experience is only a fraction of the benefit students gained during their summer internships.
Fall 2016 •
Explore summer internships, student-faculty research, alumni profiles, the business benefits of sports and much more!
Team Work and Other Benefits of Being a Student-Athlete
Joshua Hanemann ‘17 has learned valuable life skills from participating in sports teams at Susquehanna.
Life Lessons in Sports
Maggie O'Hearn ‘17 has learned important life lessons through her involvement in sports at Susquehanna.
The Sigmund Weis School of Business welcomed three new faculty members this fall: Emma Fleck, Peter Dadalt and Amir Bahman Radnejad.
Courtney Conrad ’17, an economics major from Selinsgrove, Pa., has turned her fangirling of Broadway musical Hamilton into some unique research that analyzes some of the show’s music. She was inspired by Matt Rousu, professor and Warehime chair of the Department of Economics, who teaches economics principles using Broadway musicals, including Hamilton.
Marsha Kelliher, dean of the Sigmund Weis School of Business, kicks off this issue of Ventures with thoughts on the 2016-17 academic year.
For many business students, summer means continued learning, with the offices of major domestic and international companies replacing traditional classrooms.
Two business students talk about the role of sports in their education.
The business school welcomes new faculty and inspires students to learn in new ways.
From Beta Gamma Sigma to reaccreditation by the AACSB, find out what's happening on campus.
Alumni share their successes at BlackRock and PredictIt.