Escape rooms, where people test their wits and puzzle-solving abilities, have become a popular form of entertainment. At Ursinus, Professor of Chemistry Mark Ellison has brought this idea into his classrooms.
Thanks to a National Science Foundation grant, Ursinus students and faculty studying small molecules now have an important tool at their disposal: a Nuclear Magnetic Resonance spectrometer.
Ursinus College’s best entrepreneurial ideas were on display during the annual BEAR (Be Entrepreneurial and Roar) Innovation competition on April 2.
Longevity, academic rigor, faculty mentoring and respect from others are personified by one organic chemistry professor whose teaching career was applauded at his last class.