New Life, New Spirit

Jalel Guesmi, a Fulbright FLTA from Tunisia, reflects on his linguistic and cultural experiences as a first-time visitor to the United States and Ursinus. Read More»


Bio 320 Winter Study in Costa Rica

Ursinus students have embarked on a biannual field study of the tropical ecosystems of Costa Rica. Accompanied by Biology faculty Robert Dawley and Ellen Dawley, they study four ecosystems in 18 days. Read More»


Int. Studies Dean Gets Appointment

Dr. Melissa Hardin, Assistant Dean for International Studies, was appointed to a four-year term as Chair of the Academic Advisory Board (AAB) for CAPA Iternational Education at the annual AAB meeting in Boston August 16-17. Read More»


Ursinus Ties to the 2012 Olympic Games

Dana Feigenbaum

The 2012 Olympics will remain especially meaningful for two Ursinus women, one of whom performed for visitors to London, and the other a gymnast who cheered on her friend, Gold Medalist Gabby Douglas.

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Dr. Hardin Appointed to National Advisory Committee

Melissa Hardin, Assistant Dean for International Studies, has been selected for a three-year appointment to the Mid-Atlantic Central Eastern and Southeast region of the National Advisors Council for the Institute For Study Abroad – Butler University, executive committee.  Read More»