The Ursinus community celebrated the Inauguration of Bobby Fong on April 21, installing him as the 15th president of the College. Read More
Ursinus College will award degrees to 460 undergraduate students at its 139th Commencement ceremony on Friday, May 11, at 10 a.m. on the front lawn of the campus.The main speaker for Commencement will be Carol Geary Schneider, President of the Association of American Colleges and Universities. Read More
In appreciation for his many years of service, his winning record on the baseball field and his mentoring countless players, Ursinus will name its baseball field in honor of Brian Thomas on April 28 (rain date, April 29) between a baseball double header. Read More
Gabrielle Principe, associate professor and chair of the psychology department, has been invited to serve as the education editor for an online general interest magazine, Evolution: This View of Life (ETVOL), which is jointly supported by EvoS and the Evolution Institute. Read More
Giovanna Steyaert, Visiting Lecturer in Modern Languages, was awarded a Certification as an Oral Proficiency Tester in Spanish by the American Council for the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL). Read More
The Discovery Channel’s web site carries an article on the language differences between males and females, especially when it comes to negotiating child care. Ursinus Psychology Department Chair Catherine Chambliss is quoted as an expert.
Ursinus College is celebrating the Inauguration of Dr. Bobby Fong as the 15th President of the College with campus events over five days April 18 through 22. The Inauguration Ceremony will be Sat. April 21, in the Floy Lewis Bakes field house. Read More
The Student Exhibition 2012 at the Philip and Muriel Berman Museum of Art opened April 18, with an award ceremony in the Main Gallery, and an afterparty in the Ritter Art Studio Gallery. View the list of award winners. Read More
After Monica Durham raised her hands in the air to cap her successful vault at the 2012 National Collegiate Gymnastics Championships in Brockport, N.Y. this past March, she knew it was good. She just didn’t know how good it was. Read More
WABC News in New York has highlighted a tragic death of a former Ursinus student to offer an educaitonal series about organ donors. The story of Daniel K. Glover, who died Jan. 30 and donated his liver to help a former Bergenfield N.J. baseball coach, is featured on Part 2 of the series. Glover, a member of the Ursinus wrestling team, died of injuries sustained in a car accident, on the way to a funeral of Ursinus graduate Jordan Baumeister, who died from illness. The WABC series, which features Glover’s dad in an Ursinus sweatshirt, is here in Part 2.