Students Make Climate Ribbons for Climate March

climate_ribbons

Downtown New York. The place I belong. Political, social and economic stability. For future generations to ENJOY the places I have. Clear night skies and stars. Acadia National Park. Beautiful wooded parks and trails. The beauty and magic of Cape Cod. Family in Vietnam. Peace in the world. Biodiversity. Read More»


CSCG Presents ‘A Tale of Toads and Men’ and More . . .

Tyrone Hayes

Tyrone Hayes, renowned biologist and Professor of Integrative Biology at University of California, Berkeley, will speak at the opening event of the Center for Science and Common Good Sept. 24 at 7 p.m., in Olin auditorium. His talk is titled, “From Silent Spring to Silent Night: A Tale of Toads and Men.” Read More»


New Waste Partnership Enhances Sustainability Efforts

Trash hauler

Ursinus has contracted with a new waste hauler to enhance sustainability efforts on campus, making it a Landfill-free campus.The new partnership is a step forward that will help the College more effectively manage its waste and reduce its environmental impact. Read More»


Studying Alternative Methods to Pesticides

Jamie Faselt 2015 and Phoenixia Rene 2017

When Cory Straub, Associate Professor of Biology, walks out into the fields of rolling alfalfa he notices the smallest things. Footsteps cause certain insects to scatter, among them, the tiny and very destructive Potato Leafhopper. Read More»


Sustainability Office Issues Tips for Summer

The end of the academic year is here and many students will be leaving campus for other locations. The Office of Sustainability has this message: “Even though you’re off campus, you can take sustainability with you!” Read More»