SLEEP
2. Michael Putnam Patna, India, 1966 Gelatin silver print © Michael Putnam

Michael Putnam’s distinctive photos of people around the world sleeping in public places will be at the Berman Museum through Oct. 26, accompanied by a presentation of Andy Warhol’s legendary film Sleep.  Details>

SUMMER RESEARCH
Ocean City Research

The lagoons of Ocean City, N.J., surround waterfront homes where families enjoy spending time in – and on – the water.  Summer Fellow Michael Gasbarro is studying the man-made lagoons with a focus on water quality and bacterial levels.  Details >> 

SUMMER RESEARCH
Jamie Faselt 2015 and Phoenixia Rene 2017

Summer Fellow Jamie Faselt 2015, is working to research the effects of polyculture and predatory insects on the leafhopper, a serious pest of numerous crops. Details>>

SISTER SCHOOL
TGU

Thirteen visitors from Ursinus sister School Tohoku Gakuin University of Sendai, Japan, are learning about American culture in classes on ethics, international relations, African American history, photography, water quality in Pennsylvania streams, and Philadelphia history.

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READ
Ursinus Magazine Spring 2014

Read Ursinus Magazine’s story on Externship Program, connecting alumni and students in the workplace. Learn why English Professor Matt Kozusko says Shakespeare is a powerful roadmap for navigating modern life.  Read Spring/Summer 2014 >

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The Ursinus Heart Lab studies hypertension in firefighters, under the direction of a fire-fighting professor.

Enhancing Liberal Arts

Ursinus and nine other PA colleges have formed a consortium to advance and strengthen the liberal arts.

President's Perspective

Summer Fellows: The benefits extend beyond the season.

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Students have extraordinary opportunity to sit with one of the world’s leading voices working to end violence against women.

Distinctive Program

Ursinus is one of 14 colleges offering a Peace Corps Prep program.

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Events  

August 25

First Semester Begins

September 10 

Polarization in Politics Panel Discussion 

September 13

Family Day

May 27 - Sep 21

77 Portraits Exhibit  

July 8 - Oct 26

Sleep Exhibit

 

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