Summer Fall 2023 • Vol. 91 • No. 1

Tech-Driven Learning | Professors Pave Way for Women in STEM | Featured on... The College Tour


Professors Pave Way for Women in STEM

“Working in the STEM field for my whole career gave me understanding of the importance of supporting women at the beginning of their careers.” — Peggy Peeler

Tech-Driven Learning

How Technology is Reshaping the Teaching Landscape

When the Covid-19 pandemic shut down the world in 2020, K–12 schools and educational institutions had to shift from traditional classroom setups to fully online or hybrid forms of instruction. Teachers were faced with having to equitably deliver an education to students who were no longer seated in front of them. Technology, used sparingly by many teachers pre-pandemic, quickly became the backbone of their lesson plans.

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Ripple Effect
New Majors and Offerings at Susquehanna

This past year, learning and living spaces received donor-funded improvements. The following represent part of alumni’s multimillion-dollar investment in Susquehanna’s current and future students.

Updates for Ballers and Fans
Perkovich Recognized as Top Coach in the Northeast Region Following Historic Season
Susquehanna Honors Its 54th Hall of Fame Class
Five Programs Earn Landmark Titles

A New Way To Restore Ancient Roman Mosaics
Zombies Bring a New ‘Revelation’
Professors’ Research Featured in New York Times, on NBC
Recent Alumnae Awarded Fulbrights

In July, Leona Martin, professor emerita of Spanish, established The Leona Martin Endowment for Languages, Literatures & Culture.

What keeps Carolyn Kuhr ’98 Kielma coming back to teaching year after year is not the biology content she teaches, but the connections she shares with her students.

Madison Clark ’15 set a goal to become a full-time freelance writer and small business owner by the time she turned 35. 

Gannon Keller ’15 and Krystal Duke ’14 Keller live in an ecofriendly manner, limiting single-use plastics and reusing items.

Susquehanna University’s Alumni Association presented its annual awards to the following alumni of distinction. 

From Our Own

First Word

A Message from the President
We have begun referring to Susquehanna as “The Future-Ready University,” aligning with our latest branding. Although not always immediately evident, this has been a characteristic of SU from the star