Gabrielle Principe, associate professor and chair of the psychology department, has been invited to serve as the education editor for an online general interest magazine, Evolution: This View of Life (ETVOL), which is jointly supported by EvoS and the Evolution Institute. Read More
The Discovery Channel’s web site carries an article on the language differences between males and females, especially when it comes to negotiating child care. Ursinus Psychology Department Chair Catherine Chambliss is quoted as an expert.
After Monica Durham raised her hands in the air to cap her successful vault at the 2012 National Collegiate Gymnastics Championships in Brockport, N.Y. this past March, she knew it was good. She just didn’t know how good it was. Read More
The Ursinus labyrinth, which sits unobtrusively near the Kaleidoscope Performing Arts Center, was developed some years ago as an Exercise and Sport Science Summer Fellows project. The research, under Professor Laura Borsdorf, examined the restorative powers of walking such a maze. Read More
Ursinus Associate Professor of Psychology Gabrielle Principe was the featured guest on WHYY’s Radio Times with host Marty Moss-Coane on Dec. 12, discussing her new book, Your Brain on Childhood. You can listen to the archived show here:
Dr. Principe also writes a blog for Psychology Today. .
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.
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
Gabrielle Principe, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Psychology, explores the consequences of children’s modern lifestyles—their homes, schools, toys, and pastimes—on brain development in her new book, Your Brain on Childhood: The Unexpected Side Effects of Classrooms, Ballparks, Family Rooms and the Minivan. Read More