Coming Home

Ursinus alumni returned to the campus for Homecoming Oct. 26 and 27 too see old friends and to check out what’s new on campus. Read More»

Ambassador Melrose Reflects on Tragedy in Libya

The tragic deaths of American Ambassador Chris Stevens, Foreign Service Information Officer Sean Smith, and two other diplomats Sept. 12 amplify the dangers facing Americans who represent the United States in politically unstable parts of the world. Read More»

Alumnus Named Director of Kenan Institute

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill’s Frank Hawkins Kenan Institute of Private Enterprise has appointed Joseph M. DeSimone as its new director. DeSimone is a 1986 graduate of Ursinus College and Vice President of the Board of Trustees. Read More»

Firm Co-Founded by Alumnus Signs Major Agreement

In 2004, Ursinus alumnus and trustee Dr.Joseph DeSimone co-founded Liquidia Technologies based on his discoveries at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC). Liquidia has announced a broad, multi-year collaboration with pharmaceutical company GlaxoSmithKline (GSK). Read More»

Alumni Weekend Photo Gallery

Almost 500 alumni and friends came back to campus June 1-3 to attend Alumni Weekend 2012. Those present enjoyed our Annual Lobster Bake Dinner, Town Hall Meeting with President Fong, a variety of Alumni Academy classes and special reunion celebrations. Read More»

Ursinus Alumna Hosts Visitors to Trappe

Ursinus alumna Lisa Minardi 2004 helped host a group of German dignitaries who visited Trappe, Pa., on May 14. The delegation, led by Stephan Dorgerloh, Minister of Education and Cultural Affairs in Saxony-Anhalt, visited important sites in Lutheran history and built international relations in advance of the upcoming 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation, Read More»