The students currently working with ISS and ELL programs
My name is Holly Johnston and I'm a senior Political Science and Religious Studies double major with a minor in International Studies: Developing World. For my study abroad trip I went to Amman, Jordan for the semester and loved it. I returned a year later to visit my host family and my friends and hope in the future I will be able to visit more. With the Global Opprotunites Program I work as the International Student Services Assistant and my door is always open!
My name is Jin Zhang; I am a second year student studying in Business Administration with an emphasis in Finance at Susquehanna University's Sigmund Weis School of Business. I'm originally from China and moved to the U.S six years ago. I am an ISS Assistant in the Office of Cross Cultural office, as well as a member in Enactus Club, Rowing team, and also works for the Office of Information Technology while away form the GO office.
My name is Morgan Kutz and I’m a junior Information Systems Major. I went abroad my sophomore year to Macau, China. While there, I met so many amazing people and got to experience a lot of cultural differences, and also similarities. I would never trade it for anything. Here at Susquehanna, I’m a technician at the Office of Technology, an RA in Smith (a first-year hall), and the Inter-Chapter Relations Chair for Alpha Phi Omega, our school’s service fraternity.
Hello! My name is Amanda Alexandre, I am a senior majoring in Psychology with a minor in Spanish. I grew up in Haiti where my native languages were Creole and French; I learned English and Spanish when I moved to the United States. I have met some of my greatest childhood friends in my English learning classes. Ever since, I have fostered a deep appreciation of different cultures.
My name is Keirnan Dougherty and I am a Global Ambassador for international students. I am a senior psychology major with a Spanish minor. I went on a GO Long trip to Granada, Spain, which was both a challenging and amazing experience. While abroad, I also visited many countries besides Spain, such as Portugal and Greece. My favorite trip was an excursion to Morocco, where we stayed with host families and were able to immerse ourselves in the Moroccan culture.
I’m Qunaisha N. Burrows. I was born and raised in New York City. I'm a Biology major and at Susquehanna I’m an Admissions Senior Intern, GO Ambassador Intern and Equipment Room Assistant. I’m also a part of Black Student Union (BSU) and National Congress of Black Women (NCBW).
I’m majoring in French and Philosophy and minoring in English and the Honors Program. After graduation, I plan to attend law school to study International Law. During the Spring semester of 2016 I studied in Paris, France. I love getting to know Susquehanna’s international students and sharing cross-cultural experiences as a Global Ambassador for the GO Office!
Howdy! My name is Morgan Richardson, and I am a double major in creative writing and studio art at Susquehanna. For my study abroad, I went to Nicosia, Cyprus, which I recommend for many. For me, traveling means being open to different perspectives and appreciating the differences between cultures and individuals. Therefore, everyone should probably do it at least three times in their lives.
Alyssa Turner is a senior creative writing, publishing and editing double major with minors in women's and international studies. Last spring semester she studied in The Gambia for nearly four months. She currently works as a Global Ambassador in the Global Opportunities Office and hopes to pursue international service opportunities after graduation.
Ciao, My name is Giosué Bochicchio, a 3rd year finance major at the Sigmund Weis School of Business. Not only a Global Ambassador, but also the President of the Order Sons & Daughters of Italy in America here at SU. I recently studied international business at the University of Macau in Macau, S.A.R. of China.
Hi, I'm Laura Scales a senior biology major here at Susquehanna. I was secretary of the SCUBA club and I went abroad during the spring of 2016 at the University of Cape Town in Cape Town, South Africa.