Susquehanna Currents is produced twice a year for the alumni, students, parents, faculty, staff and friends of Susquehanna University. This award-winning publication has been honored by the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) and CUPRAP: College and University Public Relations and Associated Professionals. It touts three feature articles per issue, along with standing departments highlighting Susquehanna's academics, people and athletics. It presents an extensive Alumni Notes section, including Regional Chapter News and photos of alumni weddings and other special events.
Vice President for Marketing & Communications
Associate Vice President for Advancement
Becky Bramer '92 Deitrick
Jennifer Yuricich '00 Spotts
Director of Strategic Communications
Director of Special Projects
Class Notes Editor
Administrative Assistant, Alumni, Parent and Donor Relations
Director of Athletic Communications
Communications and Media Specialist
Hannah Phillips '20
Logan Sweet '15
Associate Director of Advancement Communications
Director of Design and Digital Marketing
Kathleen Larson Florio
Alumni may submit news about their accomplishments and activities to the magazine's Class Notes section. Susquehanna Currents reserves the right to edit submissions for clarity, length and style. Entries received by July 31 will appear in the fall issue and by Jan. 31 in the spring issue.
Wedding Photos and Snapshots
In an effort to honor the strong tradition of Susquehannans reuniting for weddings and other gatherings, preference will be given to print-quality photos that include the most alumni.
Photos submitted electronically should be high-resolution images. Low-quality photos cannot be printed in the magazine. Generally, high resolution is accomplished by setting your digital camera to the largest image size possible.
Susquehanna Currents does not publish baby photos. However, alumni are welcome to submit birth notices for the Class Notes section.
Have you had a life-altering experience? Contemplated a social issue? Or learned something new that you want to share with other readers? If so, then End Notes might be for you. Susquehanna Currents invites ideas for essays of general interest in this thought-provoking, back-of-the-book column. If accepted, your 500-600-word essay will be published in the magazine. Topics can be sent to email@example.com or Editor, Susquehanna Currents, 514 University Ave., Selinsgrove, PA 17870-1164.
Do you have an interesting story to tell about your postgraduate success? How about a fellow Susquehanna graduate? If you know someone who could make a great alumni profile for the magazine, please send your suggestions to the email or postal addresses listed above.