Home is Where the Art Is

Kay Healy is a visiting professor in the Ursinus Art Department where she teaches painting and printmaking. An accomplished artist, she currently has her work shown in an exhibition, Coming Home, in Terminal E (for ticketed passengers) at the Philadelphia International Airport, where each day 10,000 people pass by her 40-foot long by nine-foot tall installation. Read More»


Alumni Weekend Is June 1-3

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»


Professor Dallett Hemphill, Prominent American Historian

Professor of History Dallett Hemphill reminds us that the importance of siblings is often overlooked in the history of the American family. But siblings have helped each other, and leaned on one another, in the face of the dramatic political, economic and cultural changes of the 18th and 19th centuries. Dr. Hemphill is the author of Siblings, Brothers and Sisters in American History, published this summer (2011) by Oxford University Press. Read More»