UC Freshman Joins Select Kemper Scholars

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»


Schellhase Essay Prize in Ethics Launched in Honor of Alumnus

The Richard T. Schellhase Essay Prize in Ethics, launched by the U-Imagine! Center for Integrative and Entrepreneurial  Studies, invited students to submit an essay on a topic of ethical or moral importance.  Submissions were judged based on clarity, insight, focus, originality, and quality of analysis. Read More»


ISGP Conference Attendees Eye Recommendations

Ursinus students and faculty who participated in the conference Emerging and Persistent Infectious Diseases: Focus on Pandemic Preparedness,  are looking toward the next step: published actionable recommendations for policymakers addressing scientific and technological issues facing societies as they relate to pandemic preparedness. Read More»


Scientists and Policy Makers To Meet at Campus ISGP Conference; UC Students Play Key Role in Debates

Science and policy will converge at Ursinus College April 11 and 12 at the Institute on Science for Global Policy (ISGP) conference on Emerging and Persistent Infectious Diseases: Focus on Pandemic Preparedness. At the conference, scientists will clarify scientific and technical understanding for those who are charged with, or who directly influence policy decisions. Read More»