Susquehanna launches data science major

March 21, 2024

Susquehanna University will offer a data science major beginning in fall 2024. Students in data science will dive into algorithms, machine learning and advanced computational techniques.

Pictured are, back row clockwise from left, Katie Gruver '26, Luz Peguero '26, Mirta Suquet, assistant professor of Spanish studies; Maso...

Spanish students build language bridge translating Norwegian fairytale

March 14, 2024

Spanish students translated for Scholastic the children’s story Three Billy Goats Gruff, a 19th century tale of three goats that must outsmart a villainous troll to cross a bridge to fresh feeding grounds.

SU surpasses goal on annual day of giving

March 13, 2024

Alumni, parents, faculty, staff, students and friends of Susquehanna made gifts to the areas of campus most meaningful to them, from academics and athletics to scholarships, campus initiatives and university priorities. In total, 1,549 donors contributed nearly $350,000 to support the student experience at Susquehanna.

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Mural celebrates diversity, belonging, community

March 13, 2024

A new mural at the Charles B. Degenstein Campus Center is the result of Susquehanna University’s dedicated effort to bring to life a piece of art that celebrates the diversity and breadth of the campus community.

Andrea Lopez, associate professor of political science

Lopez named Wilson Center public policy fellow

March 12, 2024

Andrea Lopez, associate professor of political science at Susquehanna University, has been named a public policy fellow by the Wilson Center, one of the world’s top think tanks dedicated to nonpartisan counsel and insights on global affairs to policymakers.

Syllabus: Critical Approaches to Interactive & Gaming Media

March 5, 2024

What are the intersections between class, gender and video games? How do video games inform our broader culture? These are some of the questions students try to answer in the course Critical Approaches to Interactive & Gaming Media.

Donovan Gayles '20 at the Surprising Career Paths panel.

Alumni offer hand up at Break Through career conference

February 29, 2024

Susquehanna students networked with over 100 alumni volunteers at the annual Break Through professional conference that connects current students to alumni in similar career paths. This year’s event consisted of nearly 40 panel discussions, both virtual and in person.

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Leap day: A Q&A with Jennifer Carter, Assistant Professor of Physics

February 28, 2024

2024 is a leap year and more specifically, Feb. 29 is leap day, the day on which our planet’s yearly journey around the sun seemingly expands from 365 to 366 days. But what is leap year and how long has it existed? Why is it in February? Jennifer Carter, assistant professor of physics, is here to answer all your questions about the intercalary holiday.

WQSU honored with broadcasting awards

February 27, 2024

Susquehanna University’s radio station, WQSU The Pulse, went mic to mic against commercial radio stations from across the commonwealth and walked away with two Pennsylvania Association of Broadcasters Excellence in Broadcasting awards.

Field hockey coach selected for Olympic honor

February 27, 2024

Susquehanna University head field hockey coach Allison Fordyce will travel to Europe during the XXXIII Olympic Summer Games to be coached by master field hockey coaches from around the world.

March events at Susquehanna

February 26, 2024

March brings an assortment of events to Susquehanna University — including concerts, recitals, lectures, a student art exhibition, a theatre production and the screening of unique documentary on Ukraine’s refugees.

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Clark named to position with College Board’s Advanced Placement program

February 19, 2024

The College Board has appointed Susquehanna’s Nick Clark, department head and professor of political science, to serve as the Advanced Placement lead college faculty consultant, known as the chief reader, for its AP course Comparative Government and Politics.