The Sciences at Susquehanna
Students have opportunities to undertake research projects with their professors, many of whom have received prestigious NIH and NSF grants. These research projects often lead to presentations at professional meetings as well as both graduate school and professional opportunities upon graduation.
This program provides stipends for students to participate in research projects during the summer. The Research Partners Program enhances student learning by providing students with the opportunity to actively participate in a research project on a full-time basis and enhances faculty scholarship at Susquehanna by providing funds for student researchers.
Gaining experience in applied settings through internships and other opportunities provides excellent ways for students to explore careers. The science faculty at Susquehanna have close working contacts with off-campus industry and governmental agencies to secure valuable placements.
Natural Sciences Center
Completed in 2010, this state-of-the-art science facility has transformed teaching and learning in ways that have critical impact on academic quality.
Classrooms, laboratories, offices and research space have been designed to encourage collaborative work between faculty and students.
Center for Environmental Education and Research
The Center is a multipurpose education and research center with emphasis on short-term and long-term agroecology and early successional applications.