Scott Deacle, associate professor of business and economics, was interviewed for this KYW-AM business story.
The Washington Post published a review of Professor of Politics Jonathan Marks’s new book, Let’s Be Reasonable: A Conservative Case for Liberal Education.
News Medical published an article regarding research being done by Professor Rebecca Roberts and Ursinus undergraduate students to understand COVID-19.
Professor of Politics Gerard Fitzpatrick was the featured guest on a KYW-AM podcast previewing the 2020 presidential election.
Associate Professor of Media and Communication Studies Tony Nadler is quoted in this New York Times story about a conservative satire website.
Susanna Throop, a professor of history, co-authored an opinion piece for Inside Higher Ed on faculty leadership.
In this Philadelphia Inquirer article, President Brock Blomberg and Director of Athletics Laura Moliken are quoted on fall sports plans.
Patrick Hurley, associate professor and chair of environmental studies, was quoted in a Civil Eats article about best practices for foraging.
Stephanie Mackler, an associate professor of education and assistant dean of the college, and Matt Schmitz ’21 are mentioned in a New York Times column about the merits of a liberal arts education. The article quotes a piece Schmitz wrote for Mackler’s class.
American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology: Rebecca Roberts, an associate professor of biology, helped develop a curriculum called BASIL that was mentioned in this article about moving labs online.
The Philadelphia Inquirer quoted Vice President of Academic Affairs and Dean Mark Schneider and Vice President of Finance and Administration Annette Parker in a story about college and university plans for the fall 2020 semester.
The Philadelphia Inquirer: Sharon Hansen, director of career and post-graduate development, was quoted in this article about upcoming graduates looking for work amid the COVID-19 pandemic, also mentioning the coronanomics webinar and Ursinus’s “employer support” plan.
The Chronicle of Higher Education: Shannon Zottola, vice president and dean of enrollment management, talks about the recent survey sent to accepted students and high school counselors about how to best help prospective students get a feel for Ursinus despite on-campus visits being cancelled. Please note that this article may be behind a paywall to access.
Men’s Health: Cathy Chambliss, a professor of psychology, offered insight into the schadenfreude that many people feel when watching “gym fails” online.
Suzanne Chong, a Wellness Center staff psychologist, discussed anti-Asian attacks on NBC10.
Professor of Politics Jonathan Marks was featured in a Q&A in Inside Higher Ed detailing his new book, Let’s Be Reasonable: A Conservative Case for Liberal Education.
Ursinus Director of Sustainability Kate Keppen talks about recycled products in this PBS39 news segment.
Johanna Mellis, an assistant professor of history, co-authored an opinion piece for Time on the dangers of playing college football during a pandemic.
Ursinus College was featured in a story that ran on the front page of the local section and online in The Philadelphia Inquirer about our return to in-person instruction, testing policies for COVID-19, and our block CIE schedule.
Lynne Edwards, a professor of media and communication studies, was interviewed by PBS-39 News about activism on social media.
In this KYW-AM podcast, business and economics professor Scott Deacle discusses the next coronavirus relief bill from congress.
Inside Higher Ed: In a feature story, Shannon Zottola, vice president and dean of enrollment management, spoke about how Ursinus met its enrollment goals for 2020. Professors Susanna Throop and Scott Deacle were quoted about the high level of faculty engagement with prospective students.
The Wall Street Journal: Jonathan Marks, a professor of politics, penned a book review of “Lost in Thought: The Hidden Pleasures of an Intellectual Life” by Zena Hitz.
Scott Deacle, associate professor of business and economics, spoke to KYW-AM on a podcast about the economic stimulus.
Ursinus’s commitment to making a donation to a local food pantry for each deposit it received during Admitted Students Experience was highlighted in EdSurge.
KYW News Radio: Cathy Chambliss, a professor of psychology, is interviewed in this radio segment, explaining how our attitudes towards public health are shifting in light of the COVID-19 pandemic and may continue to change.
The Philadelphia Inquirer: Shannon Zottola, vice president and dean of enrollment, was quoted in this article in which Ursinus was highlighted for a recent survey on accepted students and their needs now that on-campus visits have been cancelled.
Associate Professor of Media and Communications Studies Tony Nadler was interviewed by Columbia Journalism Review about news markets and the “news ecosystem.”
Scott Deacle, associate professor of business and economics, shares his expertise in a segment on a KYW-AM podcast about the latest COVID-19 relief funding.
Professor Rebecca Roberts, Stephanie Chell ’21, and Christine Heren ’22 published an essay in ASBMB Today on their experience teaching and learning during COVID-19.
Tony Nadler, an associate professor of media and communication studies, penned an essay in The Los Angeles Review of Books on conservative news giant Rush Limbaugh.
Scott Deacle, associate professor of business and economics, was a guest on a KYW-AM podcast.
Dean of Students Missy Bryant was interviewed for a Sanatoga Post video news package about the start of the fall semester at local colleges and universities.
Johanna Mellis, an assistant professor of history, co-authored an opinion piece in the Chronicle of Higher Education about the unsafe and exploitative aspects of college football coupled with COVID-19.
KYW News Radio: Scott Deacle, an associate professor and chair of the business and economics department, appeared on the KYW In Depth: Coronavirus podcast to discuss the latest unemployment report amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Guardian: Jasmine Harris, an assistant professor of sociology, was quoted in this article about high coach salaries amid coronavirus-related spending cuts at universities.
Sharon Hansen, director of career and post-graduate development, was quoted in a story in Inside Higher Ed about the job market during the COVID-19 pandemic. Parker Wolf ’20 was also quoted.
Dean Mark Schneider was quoted in this story in The Philadelphia Inquirer about colleges and universities receiving federal stimulus funding.
Columbia Journalism Review: Tony Nadler, an associate professor of media and communication studies, and his research team published a report on partisan news media in the United States.
ASBMB Today: Rebecca Roberts, an associate professor of biology, penned an essay about the transition between classroom and remote learning and using the predetermined learning objectives to guide the new process.