Prize-winning Student Poet Writes to Enhance Life

A creative writing class assignment has led to an honor for freshman Brian Thomas, an English and political science double major. Thomas is the winner of the annual Iris N. Spencer Undergraduate Poetry Award from West Chester University, an award that recognizes poetic achievement among undergraduates enrolled in U.S. colleges or universities. Read More»


Dr. Stern Panelist at Columbia to Explore Core Curriculum

Columbia University

Paul Stern, Professor of Politics, is a panelist Friday May 2, in a Columbia University program that is part of the Teagle Foundation’s exploration of the core curriculum in both liberal arts colleges and research universities. Dr. Stern is part of both groups. Read More»


International Studies Dean Chairs Program

Melissa Hardin, Assistant Dean for International Studies, chaired a study abroad program review in Sydney, Australia April 7-11. Before that she presented on a panel titled “Beyond the Approved List: Partnering with International Education Organizations” at the annual Forum on Education Abroad conference in San Diego, CA on April 3. 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»


Berman April Exhibition Showcases Student Artists

The annual Student Exhibition at the Philip and Muriel Berman Museum of Art at Ursinus College opens April 16, showcasing the work of art students and majors in media including painting, drawing, printmaking, sculpture, installations, mixed media and photography. The exhibition runs through May 16. Read More»


Seniors Present at Art History Symposium

Seniors Ashlyn Ernst (Art History & History) and Kyra Tan-Tiongco (Art History & International Relations) presented research papers at the Central Pennsylvania Intercollegiate Art History Symposium at Juniata College April 5. Read More»