Ambassador Melrose Gives Perspective to World Events

The Hon. Joseph Melrose, the Ursinus Ambassador-in-Residence and professor in the Politics and International Relations Department, was interviewed by several news outlets about the assassination of the Ambassador to Libya, Christopher Stevens. Read More»

Ambassador Melrose Reflects on Tragedy in Libya

The tragic deaths of American Ambassador Chris Stevens, Foreign Service Information Officer Sean Smith, and two other diplomats Sept. 12 amplify the dangers facing Americans who represent the United States in politically unstable parts of the world. 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»

Ursinus Wins Award at 2012 Model United Nations

Thirty-one Ursinus students attended the Model United Nations in New York City this April. Eighteen of them represented Pakistan, 12 represented Kyrgyzstan, and one student, senior Eva Bramesco, an International Relations and Spanish major, acted as the Head Delegate, or team leader. Read More»