Pulse newsletter

We hope that you enjoy this spring/summer 2014 issue of The Pulse newsletter. The Pulse is your publication, and so we welcome your feedback and story ideas. Tell us about your own experience as a pre-health student at Ursinus; nominate individuals to be featured in our recurring “Alumni in the Spotlight” column; or maybe you would even like to write an article for the newsletter.

To share your thoughts, email Jacqueline D’Ercole, Director of Advancement Communications and Donor Relations at jdercole@ursinus.edu.

Robert Poole 1949An Ursinus Education at Work: Applying the Liberal Arts to Medicine
Alumnus Robert Poole, M.D., 1949, discusses the practical application of liberal arts ideals to treating the whole patient. More>


Kevin Ludwig 1980BAPS: Preparing Students for Every Health Profession
Kevin G. Ludwig, V.M.D., 1980, is a practicing veterinarian and an example of the inclusiveness of BAPS. More>



Pandemic Conference
Preparing for the Next Pandemic
Center for Science and the Common Good hosts two-day conference on campus. More>


BAPS Inaugral Celebration on CampusAlumni, Students, and Faculty Attend Inaugural Celebration
On March 19, more than 100 alumni, friends, students, and faculty gathered on campus for a special celebration of the Brownback-Anders Pre-Health Society and Minority Association of Pre-Medical Students. More>

James Barrett 1964Alumni in the Spotlight
James Barrett, M.D., 1964 - Retired anesthesiologist and pain management specialist.  More>

 

Jennifer RoundDeborah FeairhellerNew Faculty Strengthen Science Programs at Ursinus
Ursinus College welcomed several new full- and part-time faculty members to campus last fall, including two who will be teaching in the sciences and working with our pre-health students. More>

 

 






Grant Cooper 2014Dan DeHelian 2015Gaining Hands-On Experience in the Field
Current pre-health students utilize intern- and extern-ships to enrich their academic studies. More>

 

 

 





Samantha Ha 2016Meet a Rising Star
Class of 2016 student, Samantha Ha, participates in breast cancer research. More>