Tucked in a corner of campus in a white house on a leafy street are seven works of art that are not as visible as the art in the Berman Museum or as apparent as the outdoor sculpture dotting the campus. But Olivia Schultz’s Summer Fellows project will call attention to this small collection in the Hillel House. Read More
This year 11 full-time, 2 part-time visiting, and 14 part-time faculty members joined the Ursinus College faculty. Read More
When a story about a mass shooting is reported, does the coverage inadvertently feed celebrity status to the perpetrator? Read More
Pearl Steinberg, a junior Communications major from New York City, was awarded a scholarship from the Lagrant Foundation in Los Angeles. The Lagrant Foundation offers support to exceptional students in communications-related programs. She recently completed a semester studying in Sevilla, Spain.
Rosemary Clark 2013 was awarded The Voices of Tomorrow College Communicator of the Year Award at the Awards Banquet of the Pennsylvania Communication Association’s 73rd Annual Conference held at Ursinus Oct. 12 and 13. Read More
The Pennsylvania Communication Association’s 73rd Annual Conference will be held Oct. 12 and Oct. 13 at Ursinus College. Faculty scholars, graduate students and undergraduates will be presenting and discussing their research at the conference. Read More
Congratulations to two Ursinus alumnae who were recently accepted into a prestigious teaching program in France. Read More
Dr. Katherine Sender, the associate dean of graduate studies and an associate professor at the Annenberg School for Communication at the University of Pennsylvania will speak about her new book, Makeover Television and its Audiences (forthcoming from New York University Press). Read More
Media and Communications Studies Visiting Professor Kirstie Hettiga’s research is the topic of an article in the Columbia Journalism Review. The article describes her stint as an intern for a small daily newspaper, which she used for her research on “experiencing error” and how journalists and newspapers deal with instances of factual error and the need for a correction. The resulting research was presented at The Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication’s 2011 conference.