Susquehanna University President Jonathan Green has been named to City & State Pennsylvania’s 2022 Higher Education Power 100, a ranking that recognizes the most powerful educators in Pennsylvania.
President Jonathan Green, the Martins, members of the board of trustees and other campus leaders gathered to officially introduce the Rev. Dr. Lois D. Martin ’90 and Dr. Thomas J. Martin, MD Retreat Center to the Susquehanna community.
President Green responds after the verdict in the Derek Chauvin trial.
President Green responding to the tragic events at the U.S. Capitol.
As the election draws to a close, let us all strive for reconciliation and the resolution that democracy is by, for, and about all of us.
It is outrageous that the Department of Education is using our country’s resources to investigate an institution that is committed to becoming more inclusive by reckoning with the impact in the present of our shared legacies of racism.
As Susquehanna University steps into its role as an actively antiracist community, President Jonathan D. Green has launched CenSUs: Everyone Counts, a task force dedicated to assuring the campus is a supportive community in which all members feel welcome and supported.
With determination in our hearts, we must seize this moment and demand justice.
Susquehanna University President Jonathan D. Green was honored with the Arthur V. Ciervo Award by College & University Public Relations and Associated Professionals (CUPRAP) for his exemplary efforts in advancing the understanding of higher education.
This strategic plan reaffirms our core academic principles, our ethics, our commitment to each other, and the importance of engaging all voices in pursuit of new, equitable ways to creatively solve the challenges of our world.
Susquehanna University President Jonathan D. Green’s latest book, “Choral-Orchestral Repertoire: A Conductor’s Guide,” offers an expansive compilation of choral orchestral works from the year 1600 to the present.