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.
The two new programs are designed to support the college’s efforts to create an even more diverse and inclusive campus environment.
In an effort to provide a web page that better serves the needs of Ursinus employees, the college communications office worked in collaboration with many faculty and staff to redesign this page to bring you the most important and relevant news, announcements and information, as well as easier access to important online resources.
It features a variety of performances directed by performing arts faculty and featuring an array of student performers.
Sunday, Oct. 21 at 4 p.m. an organ recital by Karen Christianson a 2018 of graduate Harvard College in Cambridge, Mass. She is currently pursuing a master’s degree in musicology at University of Durham in England.
Advances in technology are driving rapid changes in the nature of entrepreneurship and work. Duke University political science professor Michael Munger will speak on this topic at 7 p.m., Monday in Olin Auditorium
“Investigation of a Polymer Applied to Painted Surfaces of Japanese Cedar Doors” by Professor Georgia Arbuckle-Keil from College of Arts and Sciences, Rutgers University Camden - Phaler Hall 208 12:15 p.m.