Curiosity and passion led Holly Johnston '17 to major in political science and religion and minor history and international studies.
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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.
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.
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.