11/10/2014

KYW Newsradio: With The Holidays Approaching, Now Is The Time To Get Ready For Travel If You Have A Child With Special Needs

Holidays with family can be dicey under the best of circumstances, but when you’re expecting guests with special needs, some care must be taken, said OT prof Dr. Varleisha Gibbs. Read: http://philadelphia.cbslocal.com/2014/11/09/with-the-holidays-approaching-now-is-the-time-to-get-ready-for-travel-if-you-have-a-child-with-special-needs/ Dr. Gibbs was also featured on WOGL’s Philadelphia Agenda on Nov. 10, 2014. Listen: http://wogl.cbslocal.com/2014/11/10/philadelphia-agenda-with-brad-segall-396/

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11/09/2014

Philly Inquirer: Volunteer medical corps practices for bioterror attack

Imagine 20,000 Philadelphians coming through here, getting medications for anthrax, said physician Steve Alles, standing in the gymnasium of University of the Sciences in Philadelphia, where the training exercise was held. Read: http://www.philly.com/philly/news/local/20141109_Volunteer_medical_corps_practices_for_bioterror_attack.html#8D5cr6qkDRLkokut.99 Watch CBS Philly clip from Saturday evening newscast: http://mediacenter.tveyes.com/downloadgateway.aspx?UserID=246151&MDID=4148017&MDSeed=617&Type=Media Watch CBS Philly clip from Sunday morning newscast:...

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11/01/2014

mycentraljersey.com: Dr. Zachary A. Klase named assistant professor at USciences

Dr. Klases' research focuses primarily on the study of the Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV). Read: http://www.mycentraljersey.com/story/news/local/hunterdon-county/2014/11/01/philadelphia-univesity-sciences-dr-zachary-klase/18042579/

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10/30/2014

The Nicholls Worth: Louisiana, Nicholls not at risk of Ebola outbreak

Dr. Daniel Hussar, pharmacy professor at Philadelphia College of Pharmacy, told ConsumerAffairs.com, Ebola might kill, if it spreads in the U.S., but flu does kill year in and year out. http://thenichollsworth.com/7000803/news/louisiana-nicholls-not-at-risk-of-ebola-outbreak/#sthash.04jO2Aat.dpuf

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10/27/2014

USciences Standout Garret Kerr Named Division II Bulletin Preseason National Player of the Year

Basketball Times: USciences' Garret Kerr is favorite to repeat as Division II POY . Download Basketball Times-Preview USciences senior forward Garret Kerr DPT’17 on Wednesday was named the Preseason National Player of the Year by Division II Bulletin, a publication that covers NCAA Division II college basketball. Read: http://www.caccathletics.org/sports/mbkb/2014-15/releases/100814KerrPrePOY

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10/24/2014

Philly.com: Thriving University City is key to city's growth

Individually, institutions like the University of Pennsylvania have built nationally acclaimed engines for local procurement. Collectively, Drexel, CHOP, Penn Medicine, and University of the Sciences partner to train and hire residents through the West Philadelphia Skills Initiative. Read: http://www.philly.com/philly/opinion/inquirer/20141024_Thriving_University_City_is_key_to_city_s_growth.html#leaR4L6WAaPM8Vok.99

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Science: Lattice light-sheet microscopy: Imaging molecules to embryos at high spatiotemporal resolution

Biology professor Dr. Chris Janetopoulos is one of the authors on this piece and listed USciences as his affiliation. Read: http://www.sciencemag.org/content/346/6208/1257998.abstract

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10/22/2014

Philadelphia Inquirer: Cautious colleges prepare for the possibility of Ebola

As Ebola concerns mount, many campuses across the region are suspending university-sponsored travel to affected countries, training health center employees to deal with an outbreak, and monitoring the health of students arriving from regions hit by the illness. (USciences included) Read: http://www.philly.com/philly/education/20141022_Cautious_colleges_prepare_for_the_possibility_of_Ebola.html

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Lebanon Daily News: Campus News - OT Inductions

The Department of Occupational Therapy at University of the Sciences, Philadelphia, recently inducted occupational therapy student Erin Kendall of Lebanon into its Delta Iota chapter of Pi Theta Epsilon, the national honor society for occupational therapy. Read: http://www.ldnews.com/ci_26776456/campus-news-10-22

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10/21/2014

City of Basketball Love: USciences certainly feeling the brotherly love

If there's one thing that University of the Sciences head coach Dave Pauley doesn't have to worry about, it's team chemistry. Read: http://cityofbasketballlove.com/2014/10/usciences-certainly-feeling-the-brotherly-love/

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