Susan Stuebner Appointed President of Marietta College in Ohio

Susan D. Stuebner has been named the tweny-first president of Marietta College in Ohio. She will assume her new position on July 15.

Marietta College enrolls roughly 1,100 undergraduate and 100 graduate students. Women make up 49 percent of the undergraduate student body.

Since 2016, Dr. Stuebner has served as president of Colby-Sawyer College in New Hampshire. In addition to her presidency, she serves as the Volanakis Family Presidential Chair and a professor of business and social sciences. Prior to taking on her current position, she served as executive vice president and chief operating officer at Allegheny College and vice president for administration and planning at Lycoming College, both in Pennsylvania. Earlier in her career, Dr. Stebner held various admissions and student support positions with Dartmouth College, Wheelock College, and Albright College.

Dr. Stuebner is a three-time Ivy League graduate. She holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Dartmouth College, as well as a master of education degree in administration, planning, and social policy and a doctorate in higher education from Harvard University.

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