Spanish Professor Presents at Conference

Juan De Arana, Associate Professor of Spanish, presented a paper titled “Trabajo y
colectividad: Las ciegas hormigas, de Ramiro Pinilla” [“Labor and Collectivity: The Blind Ants, by Ramiro Pinilla”]. Read More»

English Professor Presents Paper

Patricia Schroeder

Patricia Schroeder, Professor of English, presented a paper entitled “Adrienne Kennedy, Robert Johnson, and the Romance of Artistic Genius” at the International Conference on American Theatre and Drama, Seville, Spain, this past May. Read More»

Int. Studies Dean Gets Appointment

Dr. Melissa Hardin, Assistant Dean for International Studies, was appointed to a four-year term as Chair of the Academic Advisory Board (AAB) for CAPA Iternational Education at the annual AAB meeting in Boston August 16-17. Read More»

Prof. Romano Delivers Chautauqua Keynote Lecture

Carlin Romano

Carlin Romano, Professor of Philosophy and Humanites and author of the recently published America the Philosophical, delivered the keynote lecture on “Radicalism in America” at Chautauqua Institution’s 5,000-seat amphitheater on Monday, August 13. Read More»

Talk by Dr. Heinzl Announced

The Times Herald daily newspaper announced the Sept. 12 visit by Dr. Richard Heinzl, founder of Doctors Without Borders/Canada, as the opening speaker for the Center for Science and the Common Good. The talk, titled “Lessons From Abroad: The Opportunities of a Borderless World,” is 7 p.m. in the Lenfest Theater, Kaleidoscope Performing Arts Center.

International Film Festival Set for Fall

International Film Festival

Ursinus College will present an International Film Festival throughout the fall semester. All films, which will be shown with English subtitles, will be presented at 7:30 p.m. in Olin Auditorium, followed by refreshments and conversation. All screenings are free and open to the public. Read More»