Marsha Kelliher, dean of the Sigmund Weis School of Business, reflects on her time at Susquehanna University.
Spring 2017 •
Explore Cuba, the classroom and much more!
Matthew Rousu, professor and Warehime chair of the Department of Economics, will become interim dean of the Sigmund Weis School of Business on May 1.
What’s a finance major from a capitalist country doing in Cuba, you might ask. Exploring enthnocentrism and career motivations in a socialist society ruled by communist ideology, of course.
Every year, thousands of businesses and investors are the victims of fraud, a growing problem nationally. Students at Susquehanna University in the course Fraud and Forensic Accounting are learning how to spot crimes such as fraud, embezzlement, money laundering and larceny.
Prior to attending Susquehanna, Julie Casey '17, a native of Dallas, Pa., had never traveled internationally. Now, as she prepares for graduation, she looks forward to studying at the Management Center Innsbruck (MCI) in Austria and a career in international marketing.
Susquehanna's Enactus team will once again advance to the national Enactus competition to be held in Kansas City, Mo., in May.
Now in its third year, the business school's Women's Leadership Symposium in New York City continues to grow.
Finance Assistant Professor Peter DaDalt engages students using the “flipped classroom” technique, reversing the traditional learning environment by delivering instructional content outside of the classroom and handling activities traditionally considered homework during classtime.
Jamie Malachowski ’09 grew up observing the workings of her family’s restaurant business, which included keeping a close eye on the books. The experience inspired her to pursue a career in accounting.
An alumnus and member of Susquehanna’s Board of Trustees, Edward R. Schmidt is spending the week as an executive-in-residence in the Sigmund Weis School of Business.
Students, especially graduating seniors, know the job market is competitive. That’s why they appreciate getting a helping hand from Susquehanna University alumni who care about their success. Alumni in the Sigmund Weis School of Business have been building pipelines for internships and jobs for years, and 2017 is no different.
Senior economics major Courtney Conrad, who took her fangirling of the hit Broadway show "Hamilton" to new and interesting heights with her analyzes of some of the show’s music, was at it again this semester. This time in a podcast for Economic Rockstar.
Susquehanna University is now home to the first university-based chapter of the Order Sons and Daughters of Italy in America.
Students studying in the business school’s London Program last fall made British news for their research on the seaside town of Minehead.