Take a look at the photography submitted for Collegeville on Camera Days contest. From architecture, sculpture, landscapes and borough streets, the variety of images tells us much about the view of our home community behind the lens. Read More
Cheers to Ursinus Men’s Rugby who were victorious over American University in a St. Patrick’s Day contest in Washington, D.C., this weekend. The team now continues in the Nationals playoff competition. Read More
Andrea Casuras, a junior Chemistry major, and her 2011 Summer Fellows mentor, Dr. Codrina Popescu, presented a poster entitled “Mössbauer Spectroscopy of Model Complexes for the Active Site of the Enzyme [FeFe]-Hydrogenase”, at the 2012 American Chemical Society Philadelphia Section Poster Session, Read More
Science in Motion’s service to area schools and possible funding cuts are featured in The Reading Eagle. The program, run by Ursinus College, is explained in the article, which quotes Professor of Chemistry Victor Tororelli, who directs the program.
An essay on Asian theatre/performance pedagogy by Beverly Redman, assistant professor of Theater, passed a peer review process and will appear in a book on Asian theater and performance in western contexts. The book is being created out of the work of a group of scholars that met at the University of Lodz, Poland, in the winter of 2010. Read More
The recent Annual Report from the U.S. Forest Service’s New York City Urban Field Station notes work that Patrick Hurley, assistant professor of environmental Studies, and collaborator Marla Emery (USFS research geographer) and have begun in the city and with the assistance of the Station. Read More
Teresa Ko, assistant professor of Spanish in the Modern Languages Department, was
awarded Honorable Mention in the this year’s Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation Career Enhancement Fellowship for Junior Faculty. The award is highly competitive.
Visiting Assistant Professor of Music Garrett Hope presented the paper, “Unbounded Opus: Creative Commons and the Composer” at the 42nd Regional Conference of the College Music Society Mid-Atlantic Chapter at George Mason University this past February.
Akshaye Dhawan, assistant professor in the Mathematics and Computer Science Department, wrote a paper reporting curriculum work which has been accepted to the 26th IEEE International Parallel & Distributed Processing Symposium (IPDPS) to be held in Shanghai, China this May. The project was funded by the National Science Foundation. Read More
Art faculty member Sarah Kaufman has co-curated an exhibition reviewed in ARTNews. The exhibition at the Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery at Haverford College brought together the work of five photographers who capture the world as they find it. It is called a “thoughtful and visually rich show.” Kaufman is a Visiting Assistant Professor of Art in Photography.