Professor Takes Research to Deep Space

March 15, 2023

Jennifer Carter’s latest research describes a new method of estimating the thermal emissions of exoplanets, or planets outside the solar system.

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SU Recognized for Commitment to Student Safety, Wellness and Inclusion

March 10, 2023

Susquehanna University has been named a recipient of the Campus Prevention Network Seal of Prevention for the third consecutive year. The recognition is awarded to institutions of higher education that have demonstrated leadership in prevention programming focused on student safety, well-being and inclusion. Awardees reflect the top 12% of colleges and universities nationwide.

Blough-Weis Library Creates Spaces for Neurodiverse Students

March 9, 2023

Susquehanna’s Blough-Weis Library created three “Chill Out” study rooms meant to suit the needs of neurodiverse students. Each room contains bean bag chairs, wobble stools, noise machines, weighted blankets, dimmable lamps and fidget toys.

Pakistani Physicist Pursues Education In Spite of Traditionalist Gender Roles

March 8, 2023

When Samya Zain was furthering her education in physics, most women in her native Pakistan did not pursue higher education. She credits her father for insisting she had the same opportunities as her brothers.

Syllabus: Biology of Women

March 8, 2023

Biology of Women course appealing to all who want to better understand the many ways biology and health are unique in the way they apply to women.

Susquehanna, Chesapeake Conservancy Formalize Relationship

March 7, 2023

Susquehanna University and the Chesapeake Conservancy have formalized their ongoing relationship through an agreement that ensures the organizations’ continued cooperation on restoration projects within the Susquehanna River watershed.

Poet Catherine Pierce Announced as 2023 Commencement Speaker

March 6, 2023

Catherine Pierce, poet laureate of Mississippi, will deliver the keynote address at Susquehanna University’s 165th commencement on Saturday, May 20, at 1 p.m. in the Robert I. Estill Field House.

Professor Honored for Award-Winning Urinetown Set

March 3, 2023

Caleb Stroman, assistant professor of theatre, won a Peggy Ezekiel Award for Outstanding Achievement in Technical Design and Production for his set design of Urinetown, presented by Susquehanna University’s Department of Theatre during the 2021–22 season.

SU Awarded Grant for Violence Prevention Programming

March 1, 2023

Susquehanna was awarded a $30,000 grant from the Pennsylvania Department of Education to support the university’s It’s On Us project, Speak About It to Stop It: Expanding Violence Prevention, in collaboration with partners Speak About It, Transitions of PA, Campus Speak.

   Rachael Blaine '21, associate copy writer at WebFX during the Getting It 'Write' session.

Alumni Help Students ‘Break Through’ to Their Futures

February 23, 2023

More than 500 Susquehanna students networked with over 100 alumni volunteers at the annual Break Through professional conference.

Professor Tracks History Through Earth’s ‘Rock Record’

February 22, 2023

Jennifer Elick was always interested in nature, but as a student didn’t know how to explore that interest as a field of study. The one-time freelance photojournalist entered college as a journalism major and soon discovered that geology combined all of her interests. 

Government Internships Lead to New Ventures in Private Sector

February 20, 2023

Teagan Duffie ’24 is leaning on his interdisciplinary coursework as he transitions from two internships in the public sector to his third — this one in the private sector.