Our distinctive Center for Science and the Common Good provides Ashley a place to explore her love of science and her interest in ethical issues. Visit the CSCG
- <div class="lw_blurbs_body"><p> You’re more than a major.<br class="mobile-only"/> Most of us are a little bit of, well, <em>everything</em>.</p></div>
Exton, Pa Class of 2018Ashley Nguyen
Garnet Valley, Pa Class of 2018John Thomas
John is an active member of the Ursinus community, both on and off campus. He currently serves as the President of the the Class of 2018. Student Government
Philadelphia, PA Class of 2018Rachael Carter
As an active member of our campus community, Bonner Leader Rachael Carter shares her reflection on her internship in Summer 2016 with AFSCME international union.
Moorhead, MN Class of 2019
San Francisco, Ca Class of 2018Saloni Parikh
As a fellow in our Center for Science and the Common Good, Saloni has found her calling. Upon graduation she plans to combine her passions for both science and advocacy to educate and provide care for under-served women.
Birdsboro, PA Class of 2018Brooke Moses
Though difficult, being a double major is fun especially studying in two different fields like the science and the arts. It is possible to achieve with hard work and time management. Double majoring allows me to feel unique among my classmates. Meet Brooke