Students Present at National Meeting; Award Given

experimental biology

Ursinus student Amy Galvin 2014, won a national award, as she and JinSun Kim, also Class of 2014 presented research with Dr. Beth Bailey, Associate Professor of Biology, at the Experimental Biology Meeting held in Boston, Mass., at the end of the spring semester. Read More»


Students Attend Symposium with Research Mentor Roberts

Summer Fellow Matt Hope and HHMI FUTURE Mentor Andrew Kane attended the Ploegh Symposium at the Whitehead Institute at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology with their research mentor, Associate Professor Rebecca Roberts (Biology and BCMB).  Read More»


Math for Liberal Arts Poster Presentation

Math Poster Session

Students in Math for the Liberal Arts, a class that focuses on students who do not major in a science, recently presented posters that displayed math in interesting ways, from how the Allied Forces cracked a German WWII encryption code to formulas that will better your odds of winning blackjack or a game show. Read More»


Students Study Bioremediation for Cleaner Wetlands

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»


Grant Will Enhance Skills for Chemistry Students

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»