Dr. Stacey Gorski, assistant professor of biological sciences, appeared in an article on The Street about the importance of vaccinations for those 65 and older. Dr. Gorski said vaccinations are vital for individuals in all age groups, but seniors have weaker immune systems than most younger people, and therefore have...
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The Philadelphia Inquirer and the Daily News wrote about the University of the Sciences' event commemorating the rich history of the Alexander Wilson School. The event, on Saturday October 1 will bring together elected officials, community leaders, former students and staff of the school to share their memories and to...
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Forbes featured USciences' Brewing Science Certificate Program and its director Matt Farber in an article examining the recent addition of brewing degree courses throughout the US. The article concludes that brewers and breweries highly value those employees who obtain a degree in brewing science. Read the full article at Forbes.com.
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Philadelphia Business Journal and more than 18 other news organizations published stories about the announcement by Campus Apartments and USciences about the $50 million on-campus housing project at 46th Street and Woodland Avenue. Read the story in the Philadelphia Business Journal.
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Consumer Affairs’ parenting blog shared tips from Supriya Sen, assistant professor of Occupational Therapy at USciences, with advice for buying the right backpack for your child. Read the full story.
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Patricia Audet, chair of of the department of pharmaceutical and health care business at University of the Sciences spoke to How Stuff Works about the pricing for EpiPen. Read the full story on How Stuff Works.
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Assistant Professor of Occupational Therapy Colleen Maher and her colleague Rochelle Mendonca penned a blog post for Philly.com about the benefits of Camp Discovery, a summer camp Maher created and the pair run for women with cancer. The camp, which is run through donations and volunteers helps women in different...
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Research by Dr. Paul Halpern and his former student Nick Tomasello Phys'16 was published in the journal for Advances in Astrophysics showing new calculations that prove the observable universe is actually smaller than previously thought. The news of the perceived shrinking universe has been picked up in several publications after...
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USciences grad Stephen Castello was named a Victory Scholar. The award provides him the opportunity to participate in a year-long mentorship program with young people in Northern Ireland. Castello will be teaching students about basketball and helping them to build a global perspective and lifelong friendships. The award was covered...
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USciences Move-In Day was part of the coverage on 6ABC regarding new student move-ins around the region. Watch the video clip here.
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