WQSU Again Honored with Broadcasting Awards

June 5, 2023

Susquehanna’s radio station, WQSU The Pulse, added two more Pennsylvania Association of Broadcasters Excellence in Broadcasting awards to its trophy case.

Alanis Castro Pacheco '25 tapes her segment of The College Tour.

Susquehanna University Featured on Amazon Prime’s ‘The College Tour’

May 23, 2023

Susquehanna University is featured in Season 8 of The College Tour, a groundbreaking series from Emmy-nominated producers that is now streaming on Amazon Prime Video, Apple TV+ and Tubi.

Susquehanna Celebrates the Graduates of the Class of 2023

May 20, 2023

Susquehanna University celebrated the Class of 2023 by awarding degrees to 532 graduates. They now join an alumni community of more than 21,000 worldwide. After graduation they will scatter south to Texas, west to Washington and north to Minnesota, while others will set off internationally to England, Ireland, France, Japan and Spain. 

From left are Drew Hubbell, associate professor of English; Hualu Zheng, assistant professor of marketing and management; and Bo Liu, ass...

Faculty Win Awards for Scholarship, Teaching, Advising

May 20, 2023

Susquehanna University announced awards faculty awards for research, teaching and advising at the university’s 165th commencement. Awards were given to Drew Hubbell, associate professor of English; Hualu Zheng, assistant professor of marketing and management; and Bo Liu, assistant professor of accounting.

Two Named Distinguished Military Graduates

May 20, 2023

Preston Isom ’23 and Samantha Marsh ’23 have been named Distinguished Military Graduates for 2023. DMGs finish in the top 20% of Army graduates on the national Order of Merit List. The prestigious designation remains on a cadet’s Army record throughout their military career.

Class of 2023: Where Are They Going

May 20, 2023

As Susquehanna University closes its 165th academic year, seniors are preparing for the next chapter of their lives.

Lisa Ryan '78 Burke offers remarks at the dedication of the Clark and Lisa Ryan '78 Burke Hawk Hub.

Susquehanna Dedicates Clark and Lisa Ryan ’78 Burke Hawk Hub

May 19, 2023

Susquehanna University dedicated the Clark and Lisa Ryan ’78 Burke Hawk Hub in recognition of their significant philanthropy to the university. Centrally located in the Charles B. Degenstein Campus Center, the Hawk Hub is a resource for all students where staff help students navigate the many areas of college life that several may find complex.

Alumna To Serve 12-Year Term on Delaware Supreme Court

May 10, 2023

Judge Abigail Myers ’01 LeGrow was confirmed as a Delaware Supreme Court justice after having been nominated by Gov. John Carney. At Susquehanna, LeGrow earned a bachelor’s degree in political science. She then graduated valedictorian of her class from the Pennsylvania State University Dickinson School of Law in 2004.

Pictured from left are Chelsea Cirillo, Brooke Hegenbarth and Ashley Sanchez.

Three Seniors Named TAPIF Fellows

May 9, 2023

Three members of Susquehanna’s Class of 2023 will begin their postgraduate journeys in Europe through the Teaching Assistant Program in France. Beginning in October, the three will teach English for seven months in French public school districts. 

James Pomykalski, associate professor of finance and analytics

Susquehanna Introduces Real Estate Major

May 8, 2023

Susquehanna’s new real estate major will position students to make strategic decisions to advance their professional careers as a commercial real estate investor, developer or broker.

Inside Higher Ed Publishes Open Letter From President Jonathan Green, Other College Presidents

May 3, 2023

An open letter opposing two cases currently before the U.S. Supreme Court that could restrict admissions practices at colleges and universities was published in Inside Higher Ed. The letter was signed by presidents of institutions that belong to the Liberal Arts Colleges Racial Equity Leadership Alliance, including Susquehanna University President Jonathan Green.

Senior Named to Japan Exchange Teaching Program

May 2, 2023

Grace Yurko ’23, of Manchester Center, Vermont, has been awarded a position with the Japan Exchange Teaching Program, a competitive employment opportunity in which most participants serve as assistant language teachers in public and private schools.