Isaac Riston ’19, a public policy and business administration major, says a fellowship at the Pennsylvania House of Representatives during his junior year was life changing.
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Meet our Students and Graduates
Hear straight from students just like you. Or read stories from successful alumni who'll tell you just how far a degree from our management department can take you.
Tiffany Troiana '08 Bard has always been a fashionista at heart.
John Rendina ’86 sponsored Susquehanna student interns this past summer at Seneca Insurance Companies, the Manhattan-based insurer where he is the senior vice president in charge of U.S. operations.
James Baublitz ’08 came to Susquehanna unsure which academic path to pursue—and ended up picking three.
Double majoring in economics and finance allowed Colby Bindle '14 to a job as a valuation analyst at BlackRock, the largest asset manager in the world.
Kellie Nebiker '11 Espina connected with Leah Wyar '00, a beauty editor at Cosmopolitan, when she came to speak on campus.
Caitlin Thistle says Susquehanna gave her the skills to succeed in international development.
Torin McFarland's interest in economics was sparked in high school, so a dual major in economics and finance was a natural fit.