A review of In The Crossfire: Marcus Foster and the Troubled History of American School Reform (Penn Press) by Associate Professor of Education John P. Spencer, appeared recently on www. philly.com. Read More
Dr. Juan Ramón de Arana presented a paper titled “Lo que me queda por vivir, de Elvira Lindo: hacia una dialéctica de los ‘ásperos tiempos’” [What I Have Left to Live, by Elvira Lindo: Towards a Dialectics of the “Coarse Times”] at the XXXIII ALDEEU (Spanish Professionals in America) Conference, in St. Augustine, Fla., April 18, where he was also presented with a plaque in recognition of his contributions to ALDEEU.
An image from a current series of photographs by Visiting Assistant Professor of Art Sarah Kaufman, Seeping Inside, was included in a Huffington Post article on women in the arts. The article is ‘Pen And Brush’: Female Artist Non Profit Director Janice Sands Talks Women And Art and the slide is #14, Untitled (Stripes) Digital C-Print 2012.
Mark Ellison, Associate Professor of Chemistry, is a panelist at an upcoming forum discussing thought-provoking questions in religion and science. “Creation or Big Bang Theory: A Forum on Religion and Science” at St. Peter’s Episcopal Church, 121 Church St., Phoenixville, will take place May 19 from 2 to 4 p.m. Read More
Professor of French Colette Trout with her colleague Frédérique Chevillot edited Rebelles et criminelles chez les écrivaines d’expression française, Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2013. Read More
The Atlantic mentions Ursinus Visiting Assistant Professor of English Donald Zolidis (with playwright Christopher Durang) in an article about humorist David Sedaris. Zolidis is mentioned as a playwright whose monologues are done frequently in high schools because the characters showcase acting skills.
A study co-authored by Ursinus College Assistant Professor of Psychology Jennifer L. Stevenson finds that abstract spatial reasoning is an “absolute” strength of individuals on the autism spectrum. Read More
The John Simon Guggenheim Foundation in New York on Thursday named Ursinus Professor of Philosophy and Humanities Carlin Romano one of its 175 new Fellows for the academic year 2013-14. Read More
The Ursinus College Class of 1954 has endowed a Chair in Ethics to teach, publish, guide students in research and help them develop reflective judgment. At its January meeting the Ursinus College Board of Trustees designated Associate Professor Kelly Sorensen as the first Class of 1954 Chair in Ethics. Read More