Susquehanna alumnae working in the education, health care and retail fields discussed with students how they express authenticity in their personal lives and in the workplace during the annual Women’s Leadership Initiative panel.
New research from the Department of Psychology’s Nick D. Ungson and his Social Identity and Group Processes Lab examines how individuals responded to the stress of the global Covid-19 pandemic and the factors that predict resilience.
Susquehanna University continues its ascent in the U.S. News & World Report rankings, moving up in the 2024 National Liberal Arts Colleges ranking four places to No. 107, as well as the social mobility category to No. 106.
Susquehanna University is listed again in the Wall Street Journal/College Pulse 2024 ranking of the nation’s top 400 colleges and universities. SU is ranked No. 19 among the colleges and universities in Pennsylvania, and No. 196 nationally for social mobility.
Susquehanna University’s Alumni Association recognized five distinguished alumni who exemplify achievement, leadership and service. Service to Susquehanna and Outstanding Recent Alumnus awards were also announced.
Susquehanna University is ranked 71st in The New York Times Magazine’s College-Access Index, a list of nearly 300 of the country’s most selective universities ranked in order of their students’ economic diversity.
Susquehanna recently dedicated the LGBTQ+ Resource Center as an on-campus space to support and empower queer students, while highlighting their accomplishments, talents and joy.
Susquehanna University will host the Wild & Scenic Film Festival on Sunday, Oct. 8, in the Degenstein Center Theater in the Charles B. Degenstein Campus Center. The event will include multiple film screenings followed by a panel discussion and an art exhibition.
Forbes business magazine named Susquehanna University one of the top universities in Pennsylvania, placing SU at No. 27 in Forbes’ nationwide ranking of four-year schools.
Susquehanna is one of several recipients of a $3 million National Science Foundation grant that will leverage an existing study into the adaptation abilities of the red-backed salamander to train the next generation of scientists to advance climate change research.
Susquehanna University kicked off its 166th academic year with an Opening Convocation ceremony that welcomed 594 first-year students to campus. The total number of first-year students includes 18 international students. In addition to the Class of 2027, Susquehanna’s fall 2023 semester also welcomes 50 transfer students, five of whom are international transfer students.
Three Susquehanna University staff members were recognized recently with the Signe S. Gates Appreciation Award. The eponymous award was established by the chair of Susquehanna’s Board of Trustees to recognize employees’ outstanding contributions to the institution and acknowledge their dedication to advancing university strategic objectives through extraordinary work performance that inspires others to reach for similar achievement.