Ursinus College’s $29 million Innovation and Discovery Center (IDC) was dedicated Saturday, Oct. 27, during a public event celebrating the new interdisciplinary facility which, for the first time in the college’s history, combines science, policy and entrepreneurship under one roof.
A commissioning ceremony was held for Reverend Terri Ofori, chaplain and director of religious and spiritual life, on Oct. 28.
“Cubed Curve,” once a familiar sight to millions in mid-town Manhattan, was donated to the Berman Museum by the Rockefeller Group and arrived on campus on - Monday, Oct. 22.
The college’s first African American graduate and the namesake of our Crigler program died on Saturday, Oct. 20. He was 84.
The Philip and Muriel Berman Museum of Art has been gifted 34 large-scale Polaroid photographs by artist David Levinthal’s 1988 Wild West series. The gift is valued at over $650,000.
On Sunday, November 25 Childrens’ book author and illustrator Jan Brett will be speaking, demonstrating and signing copies of her new book The Snowy Nap. 10 a.m. Bomberger Auditorium
“Yes, This Lecture Really is About Roadkill” All are welcome. 4:15 p.m. Musser Auditorium
Calling all crafters and shoppers! Join staff assembly for a craft fair featuring faculty, staff and student vendors. The office of sustainability wants your new and gently used wrapping paper, bags, bows and ribbon. Drop off donations before 3 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 14 at the office in Pfahler 112G. Vendors are welcome and can register until noon Tuesday, Nov. 13.