Sarah Vigliotti ’24, a double major in mathematics and computer science, reunited via a summer internship with a tech company in Syracuse, New York, that supported her college education.
Your Susquehanna education won’t stop at the classroom doors.
Student clubs and activities, field trips, events, seminars and study abroad programs all build on the strong foundation you gain in math and computer sciences classes.
Visit the places where mathematics and computer science history is made. Hear from industry experts on the latest breakthroughs. Explore a new culture in GO programs designed specifically for students like you.
What you learn beyond our classrooms will help you fully become the mathematician or computer scientist you want to be.
As a child, Alathea Jensen enjoyed playing with patterns, solving puzzles and using logic. So logically, math became her passion. At Susquehanna, she strives to support students and help their dreams become reality.
In the first story in our series on women in STEM — science, technology, engineering and math — we hear from two biology professors who are using their positions to lift up other women in the STEM fields.
Elizabeth Balas ’23 has been accepted into four notoriously competitive Research Experiences for Undergraduates programs funded by the National Science Foundation.