Dr. Laura Borsdorf secured a $125,000.00 Center for Disease Control grant in conjunction with the PA Department of Education to develop and disseminate programs and curriculum geared at increasing physical activity and decrease obesity and other hypokinetic diseases within the pa k-12 SCHOOLS. Read More
The Office of Sustainability’s EcoReps program, an initiative spearheaded by Deirdre MacFeeters 2013, is in its pilot year here at Ursinus. The program is designed to encourage environmental awareness and sustainability on campus through student involvement and connection. Read More
Kevin Amuquandoh 2013 and Rodolfo Coplin 2013 posed with a group of students from around the country after presenting their respective neuroscience research projects at the Annual Minority Access Conference in Orlando, Florida. and again at the Society for Neuroscience Conference in New Orleans, LA. Read More
Modern Languages has the following language tables scheduled on a weekly basis: Read More
This year’s Sustainable Move-In effort during first year and upper-class Move-In focused on cardboard. This effort was sponsored by the Office of Sustainability and organized by our Facilities Services Department. It was spearheaded by UCGreen Fellow Carrie Putscher. Read More
The schedule for the next two weeks to help out at the Organic Farm is:
Sunday, Sept. 23: 3 to 5 p.m.
Saturday, Sept. 29: 1 to 3 p.m.
Sunday, Sept. 30: 3 to 5 p.m.
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Auditions for this semester’s theater productions will be held on Wednesday, Aug. 29. Auditions are open to all Ursinus students. If you are interested in auditioning, please sign up for a time on the 2nd floor of Kaleidoscope. Read More
Check out the photos from 2011 Welcome Week
This year, nine students worked with five chemistry professors on Summer Fellows research projects. Take a look at these exciting projects: Read More
At the Celebration of Student Achievement Day (COSA) on April 19, 2012, the following French students presented their works: Read More