The Artist Series is committed to sponsoring internationally acclaimed artists and programs to provide an opportunity for the University family and the greater community to enhance their aesthetic appreciation of the diverse cultures and the artistic heritage of humankind. We strive to link the performances of the Artist Series in ways that advance intellectual engagement, often through master classes, lectures or content of the artistic presentation.
The Artist Series has been presenting quality dance, music, and theatre to Susquehanna University and the surrounding community since 1902.
This series brings an accomplished scholar in the sciences to our campus annually for a public address. The lecture is typically held in the fall of the academic year.
The school invites distinguished authors, academics and artists to give presentations, talks and readings on campus.
A day for high school students to explore the social sciences at Susquehanna. Workshops are conducted throughout the day with faculty and students in economics, education, history, political science, prelaw, psychology and public relations. Campus tours, lunch and career information are also included.
The Lore Degenstein Gallery aims to exhibit, interpret, collect, and preserve objects of art and material culture through a rich and diverse exhibition program of inquiry supporting academic investigations and contributing to the cultural life of Central Pennsylvania.
While adhering to professional standards of museum ethics, the gallery provides the environment required for preserving and displaying art from both the university's permanent collection and loans from other institutions and private collections.
The gallery program supports cultural life in the campus community and the community at large, particularly that of Central Pennsylvania. Moreover, it participates in the educational and research programs of other institutions with which it establishes mutually supportive relationships through the exchange of scholarly inquiry and the development of cooperative projects.
Each semester, the school's faculty and students present their scholarly accomplishments in a variety of ways:
The Fall Musical
The Advanced Acting Workshop Production
The Student-Directed One-Act Play Festival
The Spring Production
University Symphonic Band
University Jazz Ensemble
The Susquehanna University Choir
University Chamber Singers
Vocal Jazz Ensemble
A day for high school students to explore the natural sciences at Susquehanna. Experiments and workshops are conducted throughout the day with faculty and students in biochemistry, earth and environmental sciences, health care, mathematics and computer science, physical chemistry and organic chemistry. Campus tours, lunch and a presentation on careers are also included.
Senior Scholars Day is a celebrated tradition at Susquehanna University. Through posters and oral presentations as well as performances and graphic design displays, students showcase their achievements in a culmination of academic scholarship. In preparing research projects, seniors from a range of majors have opportunities to do their own research, while benefiting from the guidance of accessible faculty mentors.