Recent research from Susquehanna University’s Freshwater Research Institute finds that water temperatures affect certain behaviors in a cold-water predator, especially when in the presence of one that prefers warmer waters.
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 classes and labs.
Visit the places where science history is made. Hear from industry experts on the latest breakthroughs. Explore a new culture in GO programs designed specifically for students in the sciences.
What you learn beyond our classrooms will help you fully become the scientist you want to be.
Susquehanna University and the Chesapeake Conservancy have formalized their ongoing relationship through an agreement that ensures the organizations’ continued cooperation on restoration projects within the Susquehanna River watershed.
Ecology major Aislinn Shilcusky ’24 is researching the purseweb spider trying to determine why the small tarantula launches its excretion over 40 times its body length.
Students interning with Susquehanna’s Freshwater Research Institute spent a portion of their summer in the remote forests of northern Pennsylvania gathering data that will inform future conservation initiatives.