Changing Views of the Disabled, One Logo at a Time

Kayla O'Mahony

Kayla O’Mahony 2018 spent her final year at Maynard High School in Maynard, Mass., working on a senior project focused on changing society’s view on disabilities. For part of her project, Kayla converted the original handicapped signs in her town to the new accessible icon. Next up? The Ursinus campus. Read More»


CSCG Presents ‘A Tale of Toads and Men’ and More . . .

Tyrone Hayes

Tyrone Hayes, renowned biologist and Professor of Integrative Biology at University of California, Berkeley, will speak at the opening event of the Center for Science and Common Good Sept. 24 at 7 p.m., in Olin auditorium. His talk is titled, “From Silent Spring to Silent Night: A Tale of Toads and Men.” Read More»


Memorial Service Video

Bobby Fong

Friends, family, colleagues, and members of the Ursinus College community gathered to celebrate the life and legacy of President Bobby Fong Sept. 20. Read More»


U-Imagine Center Speaker Series

U-Image Event

Two highly successful entrepreneurs who have worked in varying capacities at diverse businesses spoke on Wednesday, Sept. 17, as part of the U-Imagine Center speaker series. Read More»


Memorial Service for Dr. Bobby Fong

Bobby Fong

Last week, Ursinus College lost a friend, mentor and visionary leader in President Bobby Fong. We will celebrate his legacy at a service on Saturday, Sept. 20 at 11 a.m. in Bomberger Hall. Overflow seating will be available in Olin Auditorium. All are welcome. Read More»


Family Day in Photos

Family Day 2014

Ursinus students and faculty welcomed families to campus Sept. 13. Despite rain, families enjoyed visiting, activities, chatting with administrators and mostly, viewing students’ achievements – from Summer Fellows to Study Abroad students.  Read More»


Faculty Spends Summer in Hong Kong to Share Expertise

Ursinus faculty Talia Argondezzi and Jennifer Round in China with Hong Kong Baptist Director of General Education A.Reza Hoshmand

Two Ursinus faculty members shared their expertise in innovative teaching and course design with faculty at Hong Kong Baptist University this past summer. The visit was part of a broad strategy to globalize the Ursinus campus, and fits with China’s move toward the liberal arts in higher education. Read More»