Student Receives Prestigious Kemper Scholarship

David Martin

David Martin, a rising sophomore from Selinsgrove, Pa., has been selected from a group of finalists for the incoming class of the Kemper Scholars Program. “It is an honor to be representing Ursinus in such a wonderful program,” says Martin, who is a double major in Mathematics and Business & Economics. Read More»


HHMI Grant and Science Center Noted in the Media

An Associated Press story features eight Pennsylvania colleges which were awarded grants as part of the Howard Hughes Medical Institute’s $50 million national science initiative, the most schools for any state in the country. Read More»


Computer Science Professor Invited to Conference

Akshaye Dhawan, assistant professor in the Mathematics and Computer Science Department, wrote a paper reporting curriculum work which has been accepted to the 26th IEEE International Parallel & Distributed Processing Symposium (IPDPS) to be held in Shanghai, China this May. The project was funded by the National Science Foundation. Read More»


Math for Liberal Arts Poster Presentation

Math for Liberal Arts

For Math 100, a class that focuses on students who do not major in a science, Mathematics and Computer Science Instructor Rosemarie Wait tries to “incorporate a little something from each student’s major.” Read More»


Greg Martell Named ECAC Defensive Player of the Year

Greg Martell

Football has captivated Greg Martell since he was a fourth-grader playing for Saint Michael’s Giants in Levittown. For the Ursinus football captain, the uncompromising physical demands and rigors of defensive strategy are, wait for it, fun. Read More»


Faculty and Student News

Mohammed Yahdi and Matthew J. Stehman 2010

A History Professor will offer a lecture as a Visiting Scholar; another History professor and student attended a conference in Medieval and Early Modern Studies; Dr. Hardin was selected to attend a workshop; Math Professor Yahdi gives a presentation; Environmental Studies Professor anticipates publication of his research; and Mellon Director Professor Goldsmith presents a poster on the Teaching and Learning Initiative. Read More»


Faculty Good News; Student Good News

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»