Calli Lambard ?23 and Grant Rowe ?23

Students Awarded National Fellowship To Support Environmental Advocacy Work

September 27, 2022

Calli Lambard ’23 and Grant Rowe ’23 were awarded the highly competitive Rachel Carson Council Fellowship to support their work on environmental education and advocacy.

NASA Engineer to Share Insights on James Webb Telescope

September 26, 2022

NASA engineer Michael Davis will deliver The James Webb Space Telescope: It Works; Perfectly! at 7:30 p.m. Monday, Oct. 10, in Susquehanna’s Degenstein Center Theater

From left are Jennifer Thorsheim ?18, Ariana Stowe ?13, Amber Wagaman ?03, Bernadette McKenna ?95...

Alumnae Panel Offers Career Advice

September 22, 2022

A panel of alumnae returned to campus to share with students how they have navigated their careers and responded to change. Stories of Transformation and Renewal was the theme for the discussion, which was sponsored by Susquehanna University’s Women’s Leadership Initiative.

October Events at Susquehanna

September 19, 2022

October brings lectures on the James Webb Space Telescope, immigration and war, as well as a visiting writer, a theater performance and other academic lectures to Susquehanna University’s campus.

Susquehanna Ascends in U.S. News Ranking

September 12, 2022

Susquehanna University has moved up in the 2022–23 U.S. News and World Report National Liberal Arts Colleges ranking, ascending six places to No. 111.

Susquehanna Dedicates Robert I. Estill Field House

September 10, 2022

Susquehanna University dedicated the Robert I. Estill Field House in honor of Bob Estill ’65 and his significant philanthropy to the university. The gift will support capital improvements to athletic facilities and equipment and academic scholarships.

Michael Parra, Bri Watts

Mentorship Leads to Positive Chain Reaction

September 9, 2022

Students realize the benefit of having an exemplary mentor at Susquehanna — in both faculty and their peers — and are inspired to lead by their example.

Circuit boards and 3D printing

Catching Rays, Particle Physics Style

September 6, 2022

Inspired by the author of a master’s thesis presented to MIT, Assistant Professor of Physics Adam Hansell led a summer research project where students constructed a pocket-sized device to detect the presence of cosmic rays — complete with a customized 3D-printed case.

Taikoza

Japanese Ensemble Taikoza to Present Concert

September 5, 2022

Susquehanna will host Japanese musical ensemble Taikoza as part of the university’s Artist Series at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Sept. 23, in Weber Chapel Auditorium.

Three Honored for Service to University

September 1, 2022

Three Susquehanna University staff members were recognized recently with the Signe S. Gates Appreciation Award — Allison Fordyce, head field hockey coach and student-athlete development coordinator; Matthew Slingerland, supervisor of ground services; and Phil Winger, senior director of training and development.

Susquehanna University Welcomes Class of 2026

August 25, 2022

Susquehanna University opened its 165th academic year with an Opening Convocation ceremony that welcomed 624 new students to campus.

Women?s Leadership Symposium

Academics, Alumni Network Place Susquehanna Among ‘Best 388’

August 24, 2022

Susquehanna is recognized by The Princeton Review as one of the nation’s best institutions for undergraduates, with surveyed students offering specific praise for the university’s strong alumni network, excellent academic programs in creative writing, music and science, and unique cross-cultural immersion requirement.