Junior international studies major Shelby Karpa is getting an intensive introduction to D.C. speak and other matters of diplomacy as a public affairs intern with the General Delegation of the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) to the United States.
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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 international studies can take you.
Curiosity and passion led Holly Johnston '17 to major in political science and religion and minor history and international studies.
Pamela Keilig's interest in international studies ignited when she was a high school exchange student in Germany. While majoring in international studies at Susquehanna , she chose a cultural immersion program in Freiburg, Germany, as her Global Opportunities (GO) experience.
After working with children in Nepal and helping with the post-earthquake effort in Saathi, Thakur now plans on going to graduate school after Susquehanna and eventually heading back to Nepal to work in the nonprofit sector.
The combination of a liberal arts education, a cross-cultural experience and caring professors made Susquehanna the best place for Taylor O'Connor.
With interests in both global politics and foreign policy, Patrick Bolger '17 plans to pursue a career in Washington D.C after earning his master's degree.
Kathleen Farrell '16 handled grant writing, archived materials and drafted donor-related correspondence during her internship at The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City.