Ursinus Environmental Studies students will be rooting a few hundred tree and shrub plantings in upland areas of Hunsberger Woods, an opportunity which allows students to provide stewardship of the tract and demonstrate an overall commitment to watershed health in the Perkiomen. Read More
Alumnus Alex Peay 2009, is featured in Black Enterprise Magazine for his work with Rising Sons, Inc., in Philadelphia. The non-profit organization’s mission is to empower underprivileged youth through personal and professional development while building their communities through service, reversing the negative trends of the urban communities.
BuzzFeed web site has designated Ursinus College one of the “most winter wonderful college campuses.” The list shows campuses looking lovely in winter, with photos from Flickr.
The 2013 Ursinus College Job, Internship and Networking Fair was a huge success. Over 100 employers offered students an opportunity to investigate internships and job opportunities in the Philadelphia region. Read More
The Ursinus College Intercollegiate Mock Trial team received the highest award bestowed by the American Mock Trial Association (AMTA), The Spirit of the AMTA award, at the conclusion of the regional competition in the Lancaster County Courthouse Feb. 16-17. Read More
Environmental Chemistry students traveled with Professor Tina Ross to a Superfund site in New Castle County Delaware this Fall semester. The site had a legacy of chemical releases that eventually led to intervention by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Read More
A grant awarded to the Ursinus Chemistry Department for collection devices and software means students will be able to use their college-issued laptop computers to collect, display and work with laboratory data in more advanced experiments. The Pittsburgh Conference Memorial National College Grant was one of 12 out of 49 proposals selected for funding. Read More
Ursinus College’s student-run dance company, Escape Velocity, will present works choreographed, performed, and produced by Ursinus dance students in a concert titled “Bring the Action.” Read More
Award-winning author Richard Conniff will speak at 4:30 p.m. and 7 p.m. on Feb. 26 in the Kaleidoscope Performing Arts Center’s Lenfest Theater. Read More
Dr. Judith A. Carney, a professor in the Department of Geography at UCLA, will speak Feb. 21 at 7 p.m. in Musser auditorium in Pfahler Hall. Her talk is titled “In the Shadow of Slavery: People, Plants and Agro-ecological Practices in the Americas.” Read More