French Professor Publishes and Presents

Colette Trout

Professor of French Colette Trout has published an article, “Action et séduction dans la correspondance de Jeanne de Flandreysy pendant la grande guerre” ( Action and Seduction in Jeanne de Flandreysy’s Correspondance during the Great War.”) in Li Letro de Font- Segugno 20 (Spring 2014) : 16-23. Read More»


Warhol Curator, ‘Good Neighbors’ at Berman Celebration

Kay Healy Coming Home 2012: Dining Room

What is the lasting significance of Andy Warhol’s film works? Geralyn Huxley, Curator of Film and Video at the Andy Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh, will speak on his legacy Thursday, Oct. 23 at 7 p.m. in Bomberger Auditorium, following a Fall Celebration beginning at 4 p.m. Read More»


CSCG ProgramTopic Is Communicating in Science

Rebecca Roberts

Dr. Rebecca Roberts, Associate Professor of Biology, presents a program from The Center for Science and Common Good. “Who Is My Audience Now? Communicating About an Endocrine Disruptor”  will be held 7 p.m., Monday, Oct. 20  in the Lenfest Theater, The Kaleidoscope Performing Arts Center.  Read More»


A Talk on Civic Engagement and Public Service

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How can we value and approach civic engagement and public service, as communities and as individuals? Ivan Noisette, a young social justice activist who focuses on human rights and public service, will speak Oct. 20 at 7:30 p.m. in the Bear’s Den on “Finding Paths to Public Service & Social Justice Work.” Read More»


Berman Museum Welcomes its Good Neighbors

Kay Healy Coming Home 2012: Dining Room

Good Neighbors, opening at the Philip and Muriel Berman Museum of Art Oct. 14, finds its starting point in the many possible notions of home and community, such as memories of a particular place or object, gatherings of like-minded individuals, or the unexpected juxtapositions that come from living in close proximity. Read More»


Silent Film with Live Music on Heefner Organ

Ben Model

A swashbuckling Douglas Fairbanks will be brought to life as renowned silent film accompanist Ben Model plays the Heefner Memorial Organ at Ursinus College for the original Zorro film. The free program is Oct. 15 at 7 p.m. in Bomberger Auditorium. Read More»


Marine Mammal Conservation: A ‘Wicked Problem?’

Richard Wallace Presents Research

Professor of Environmental Studies Richard Wallace was a speaker at the Annual Meeting of the Society of Policy Scientists held at Brown University in Providence, RI Sept. 25-27, where he presented on the collaborative research he is undertaking with Ursinus Environmental Studies major Karina Marks Read More»