Those celebrating milestone anniversaries at the college gathered for a private event on Monday, December 17, at the Berman Museum of Art.
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.
The college’s first African American graduate and the namesake of our Crigler program died on Saturday, Oct. 20. He was 84.
The film The Hate U Give will be shown sponsored by the Greek Presidents Council, and the Ursinus College Student Government. Light refreshments will be served and Christian Rice, visiting assistant professor of philosophy and religion and assistant dean for civic engagement will lead a reflection conversation following the film. Lenfest Theater in the Kaleidoscope
“Valuing Black Lives in the Twenty-first Century: A brief Lesson from the Black Liberation Movement” Edward Onaci, assistant professor history - “The SIE Program: Supporting Incluslive Excellence in Biology, Biochemistry, and Neuroscience” Carlita Favero, assistant professor of biology-“It Starts with Faculty Hiring” Mark Schneider, vice president of academic affairs and dean of the college
At Noon and 3 p.m. on Wednesday, January 23 CIE Faculty will facilitate conversations using the text Between the World and Me by Ta-Nehisi Coates in the Baldek/Hollis Gallery, Berman Museum
Thursday, Jan. 24 - A film about the burning of Osage Avenue in the City of Philadelphia will be screene. Immediately following the film there will be a panel discussion moderated by Edward Onaci, assistant professor of history and featuring Gabriel Bryant, Pam Africa, Mike Africa, Jr. There will be a reception before the film. Lenfest Theater