The Ursinus College Dance Company will be perform a variety of works Thursday, Nov. 17 through Saturday, Nov. 19, at the Kaleidoscope Performing Arts Center in the Lenfest Theater, at 7:30 p.m. each night. Read More
On Wednesday, November 2, over 140 Ursinus College alumni, parents and friends enjoyed an evening at the Philadelphia Country Club as part of President Bobby Fong’s National Tour. Read More
On Thursday, October 13, approximately 80 Business & Economics and Economics & Business Administration alumni met at Dr. Heather O’Neill’s house to welcome President Bobby Fong to the Ursinus College community and to learn about ways they can stay engaged with current students. Read More
Ursinus Professor of Philosophy and Humanities Carlin Romano will conduct a public conversation with the noted Italian philosopher and novelist Umberto Eco at the Free Library of Philadelphia on Thursday, Nov. 10, at 7:30 p.m. Read More
Ursinus Music Professor John H. French conducted his 50th performance of The Messiah, at Ursinus College Dec. 3 in Bomberger Auditorium. To honor Dr. French on this occassion, President Bobby Fong presented him with an engraved conductor’s baton. Read More
Four Ursinus students were among the over 700 students from around the world to attend the National Center for Student Leadership Fall 2011 Conference held November 3-6 in Miami, Florida. Read More
A professor was published in Physician’s News Digest, another in Psychology Today ‘s blogs, and another was heard on the radio. An art exhibition was reviewed, and a music professor was commissioned to write a piece. See also good news from the Math Department.
Senior Karissa Smith has learned that her paper from summer research was accepted for presentation. Read More
C. Dallett Hemphill, Professor of History, and author of Siblings: Brothers and Sisters in American History which was published in July by Oxford University Press, was a guest on a segment of “Kids These Days,” on Alaska Public Radio.
Sarah Kaufman, Art faculty, co-curated an exhibition at Haverford College, which was reviewed in The Philadelphia Inquirer.