Recent graduate Ross Whitehurst 2012, who was a Summer Fellow in Philosophy, presented his paper, “Hallucination: Beyond the Veil of Perception,” at two undergraduate philosophy conferences: Truman State University in Kirksville, Mo., and SUNY Oneonta, N.Y. Following his presentation at Truman State, he was asked to present to first year philosophy students there, and did so via Skype.
An essay by Sara Mohler, a 2012 graduate whose major is Sociology, has been published in Proto: An Undergraduate Humanities Journal, Volume 2. Her essay, “Shift Happens: The Discourse Shift and its Implications for Society,” Read More
Exciting plans are set for Alumni Weekend 2012. Alumni, Faculty and Staff are invited to campus for a night of live entertainment, good food, and great conversation. Starting Friday, June 1 at 5:30 p.m., there will be cocktails served under the tents. It will be a great way to celebrate old friendships and start new ones. Stay for the Annual Lobster Bake Dinner at 7 p.m. Read More
A group of 30 alumni from the San Francisco Bay area met at the Olympic Club at Lakeside on Thursday, April 12, 2012 to welcome President Bobby Fong into the Ursinus College community. Read More
The Ursinus labyrinth, which sits unobtrusively near the Kaleidoscope Performing Arts Center, was developed some years ago as an Exercise and Sport Science Summer Fellows project. The research, under Professor Laura Borsdorf, examined the restorative powers of walking such a maze. Read More
Many students land nicknames while at Ursinus that last for the rest of their lives. Some stem from monikers picked up on the playing fields, while others come from the freshman dorms or Greek Life. But 2011 graduate Martina Dzuna owes her sobriquet, Wunderkind, to the classroom. Read More
Dr. Christopher Unger 1965, Assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine at the George Washington University School of Medicine, will discuss the education of future doctors and the health care system they will face in a talk entitled, “The Ether of Medicine, The Fire of Politics.” Read More
On Sunday, January 8, an intimate group of alumni, parents and friends met at the Clubhouse of Cedar Hammock Golf and Country Club to welcome President Fong to our community and to hear about his vision for Ursinus. Read More
Alex Peay 2009, the founder of “Rising Sons” while at Ursinus, is one of 10 winners of the Black Male Engagement (BME) project awards. He is also is the recipient of a grant to continue his work with the organization. Read More
UPDATE: Amid news reports of her retirement, Old Dominion University has asked Anders to stay with the team. Read it here.
Beth Anders 1973, called the most successful coach in Old Dominion University history, announced her retirement after 29 years at the helm of the Monarchs’ field hockey team. Read about her career here, and leading her team to nine Division I titles.