Kevin Pak, pharmacy student at Philadelphia College of Pharmacy at University of the Sciences, discusses an obstacle for pharmacists.
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Scholarship recipient Tori Lugiano plans to attend the University of the Sciences in Philadelphia to major in forensic science this fall.
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Dr. Matthew Farber (Teaching Postdoctoral Fellow at USciences) will discuss various methods of producing gluten-free beer in the industry on May 19, at National Mechanics Bar in Philadelphia.
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Pardeep Gupta, professor of pharmaceutics at University of the Sciences, has been named to the Burroughs Wellcome Fund Endowed Chair in Pharmaceutics. Rebecca Powers has been named director of corporate and foundation relations at USciences.
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After setting a Division II record in assist-to-turnover ratio for the University of the Sciences' women's basketball team, Kaitlyn Schmid just landed a job as a graduate assistant coach at Southern Mississippi.
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Set to launch this August, University of the Sciences in Philadelphia (USciences) is now accepting applications for its new Brewing Science Certificate program.
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University of the Sciences’ commencement speakers are featured among the region’s line-up of commencement speakers.
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Dr. Paul Halpern, a physicist at the University of the Sciences in Philadelphia, had his latest book featured in the NYT's Sunday Book Reviews.*This review will be published in the NYT on Sunday, May 3.
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In an attempt to provide a small glimmer of hope, Federal Donuts is offering free donuts to college students. (Because let's be honest: the only thing better than a donut is a free donut.) University of the Sciences students may redeem their free donut between April 28 and May 8.
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Coming in at #92: With the final pick of the 1983 NBA draft, Philadelphia 76ers owner Harold Katz took 49-year-old Norman Horvitz out of the Philadelphia College of Pharmacy.
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