Luke Rivera '19 spent the summer as the only environmental intern in the northeastern U.S. for Exelon Generation.
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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 in environmental studies can take you.
Susquehanna gave Heather Pearson '18 the chance to pursue all of her passions—studying abroad, playing softball and helping to sustain the environment.
Kai Benson '17 says his earth and environmental sciences classes have opened his eyes to the intricate processes of the environment.
After seeing the effects of fracking in both New York and Pennsylvania, Rob Johnson '18 hopes to work for the Environmental Protection Agency.
Growing up along the Chesapeake Bay prompted Marissa Spratley '16 to pursue a degree in environmental studies, hoping to help solve the problems plaguing the environment.