CSCG ProgramTopic Is Communicating in Science

Rebecca Roberts

Dr. Rebecca Roberts, Associate Professor of Biology, presents a program from The Center for Science and Common Good. “Who Is My Audience Now? Communicating About an Endocrine Disruptor”  will be held 7 p.m., Monday, Oct. 20  in the Lenfest Theater, The Kaleidoscope Performing Arts Center.  Read More»


ISGP Conference Attendees Eye Recommendations

ISGP conference

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

ISGP

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»


Fulbright Combines Passion for Science and Spanish

Danielle Miller 2014

Danielle Miller 2014 will combine her passion for science and for Spanish as a Fulbright research grant recipient in Spain next year. She will conduct biomedical research in “Solid-phase synthesis and NMR characterization of microcin J25 and analogues” at the Institute for Research in Biomedicine at the Barcelona Science Park. Read More»


Biochemistry Students Help Brownie Troop Learn About Science

BCMB Students

Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (BCMB) students recently volunteered their time to help some local Brownie Scouts earn their scientist badge.  The students are all members of the Ursinus Undergraduate Affiliate Network of the American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (ASBMB). Read More»


Biology Researches the Ugly Sweater

uglysweaters

Biology and BCMB independent research students (from first-year students performing 1-credit research to seniors performing their honors research) took a short study break and celebrated the holidays with the biology faculty at an Ugly Sweater Party. Read More»