Environmental Studies professor co-authors a winning paper; Math professor’s paper co-authored with students accepted for publication; History professor presents paper; Theater professor blogs for popular news site; and Psychology Professor and student present poster. ESS student is best in state. Read More
A professor was published in Physician’s News Digest, another in Psychology Today ‘s blogs, and another was heard on the radio. An art exhibition was reviewed, and a music professor was commissioned to write a piece. See also good news from the Math Department.
C. Dallett Hemphill, Professor of History, and author of Siblings: Brothers and Sisters in American History which was published in July by Oxford University Press, was a guest on a segment of “Kids These Days,” on Alaska Public Radio.
An East Asian Studies expert leads a graduate colloquium in Beijing; a Biology Professor is interviewed for a health web site on BPA; and a Media and Communications Studies faculty member is directing a feature-length film. Read More
Three Ursinus seniors got a closer look at the field of intelligence gathering this fall when they accompanied Hon. Joseph H. Melrose, Professor of International Relations, to the Intelligence Community – Centers of Academic Excellence Conference in Miami Beach, Florida. Read More
Accomplishments by Ursinus College faculty members are noted regularly in “Faculty Good News.” Assistant Professor of History Susanna Throop was featured in an article, and Gabrielle Principe, Associate Professor of Psychology, has published a book. Read More
Accomplishments by Ursinus College faculty members are noted regularly in “Faculty Good News.” This week, Dr. Roberts was interviewed by ABC News and testified in Harrisburg; Dr. Hemphill has been interviewed on her new book on siblings; Dr. Kieta’s poem has been published; Dr. Oboler has written a published article; Dr. Rice’s essay was accepted for publication; Dr. Scoville will present talks; and Dr. Yahdi reports on a conference he co-organized. Read More
Accomplishments by Ursinus College faculty members are noted regularly in “Faculty Good News.” This week features Dr. Sorensen’s moral psychology conference paper; Dr. Greason’s panel discussion on oral history, race, migration and displacement; Dr. Hope’s recent doctoral composition; and Dr. Hurley’s work on the politics of natural resource extraction in developing countries. Read More
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
The influential Teach for America has accepted Ursinus students Robyn Clarke and Alexandra Wilson into its program which works to close the achievement gap in schools for students living in low-income communities. Read More