French Author Marie Darrieussecq Discusses Latest Book

Marie Darrieussecq

French author Marie Darrieussecq will discuss racism in France and how it influenced her latest book, Il faut beaucoup aimer les hommes (One Must Love Men a Lot), Monday, April 7, at 7 p.m. in Musser Auditorium in Pfahler Hall at Ursinus College. Read More»

A Better Understanding of Urban Foraging

urban foraging

Associate Professor of Environmental Studies Dr. Patrick Hurley joined with collaborator Dr. Marla Emery, a research geographer with the U.S. Forest Service, to give a presentation on their research examining urban foraging in the New York City area. Read More»

Disaster Relief Expert Talk Postponed

Rabih Torbay

NOTE: The Office of Foreign Disaster Assistance (OFDA) has asked International Medical Corps to help deal with the disaster in the Philippines, and Rabih Torbay is being deployed there today. As a result, the talk scheduled for Nov. 13 has been postponed. Read More»

Hubble Scientist Talks at Ursinus

The Center for Science and the Common Good presents a lecture by Jennifer Wiseman titled “Incredible Universe, Complex World: Science, Religion, and Ethics Today” on Monday, Oct. 7, at 7 p.m. in the Kaleidoscope Performing Arts Center’s Lenfest Theater. Read More»

Chemistry Lecture Will Address Vanishing Images in Paintings

Dr. Jennifer Mass

Dr. Jennifer Mass, Senior Scientist and Laboratory Director of the Scientific Research and Analysis Laboratory at the University of Delaware’s Winterthur Museum, will present a lecture on April 5 at 12:15 p.m. in Pfahler 208. The title of the talk is “The Synchrotron and the Masterpiece: Uncovering Vanishing Images in Paintings Using X-Ray Fluorescence and Absorption Spectroscopies.” Read More»

Lecture on Math and Art in Berman Museum

Annalisa Crannell

The mathematics and computer science department will host a special lecture on math and art presented by Professor Annalisa Crannell of Franklin & Marshall College on March 29 at noon in the Berman Museum. Read More»