A small group of Ursinus students will have the extraordinary opportunity to sit face-to-face with one of the world’s leading voices working to end violence against women and girls. Read More
Stephanie Mackler, Associate Professor in the Education Department, had an article published in the journal Educational Studies.
The end of the academic year is here and many students will be leaving campus for other locations. The Office of Sustainability has this message: “Even though you’re off campus, you can take sustainability with you!” Read More
A new Gallup-Purdue Index shows that college students who experience superb faculty mentoring, experiential education and more of what occurs at Ursinus College, stand a much better chance of success on the job. Read President Bobby Fong’s take on it in The Huffington Post.
Ursinus College’s 141st Commencement Ceremony on May 16 will introduce some new sustainability initiatives such as rented gowns, compostable utensils and plates, and reusable flowers. Read More
President Bobby Fong is featured in an article in the Diverse Issues in Higher Education (subscription needed) May 8 issue. The piece examines the underrepresentation of Asian Americans in higher education leadership. Read More
As students move off campus, 10 thousand pounds of usable items end up in landfills each year. At Ursinus, however, the Office of Sustainability’s Sustainable Move-Out program, entering its fifth year, keeps reusable and recyclable items from ending up in the landfill. This year faculty and staff also can donate clothing to the Move-Out tents. Read More
Senior Biochemistry & Molecular Biology major Melonie Phillips was elected into the ASBMB Biochemistry & Molecular Biology Honor Society (ΧΩΛ). Read More
Zachary Birch, a rising sophomore from Pottsgrove, Pa., has been selected from a group of finalists for the incoming class of the Kemper Scholars Program. Ursinus is one of 16 colleges and universities nationally where students are eligible for Kemper Scholarships based on leadership potential. Read More