USciences is among the most selective colleges in Pennsylvania according to a new list compiled by the Easton Express Times. USciences is 24th most selective of the 40 colleges listed with 61 percent of applicants admitted.
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Associate Dean of Misher College of Arts and Sciences Laura Pontiggia, PhD, was interviewed by the Philadelphia Business Journal (subscription required) for a story about our new Data Science bachelors degree program which will begin enrollment for Fall 2019. More info about the program here.
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USciences Physics Wonder Girls STEM Camp was featured in Photonics for a Better World, a blog for the international society for optics and photonics.
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MontCo Today published a story about a new partnership between Montgomery County Community College and USciences to launch a Pharmacy Technician Program. Instructors from Philadelphia College of Pharmacy will provide the training for the 8-week program at MCCC.
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With students from Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine, Lackawana College, and Keystone College, USciences students packaged 10,000 meals last week as part of Colleges Building Communities, the Times-Tribune reported. The event was also featured on WBRE; WNEP 16; and WYOU.
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Christine Flanagan, associate professor of English, is getting ready to publish her new book “The Letters of Flannery O’Connor and Caroline Gordon” and was featured in the Haddonfield Sun. Flanagans book details the friendship of the southern writer, O’Connor, and novelist Gordon and is set to be released on October...
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A study, led by incoming USciences PhD student Robert Ashford, shows that using terms like "addict" and "alcoholic" to describe individuals with substance use disorder is associated with a strong, negative bias, WHYY news reported.
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Jordan Spector DPT'19 (Spector Art) is the artist behind a new billboard going up in Boston that will stand as a tribute to the Eagles super bowl victory over the Patriots. He unveiled it live on CBS 3.
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Paul Halpern PhD, physics professor, and American Physical Society Historic Site Committee Chairman was in Louisiana as the LIGO facility where gravitational waves were detected was placed on the register of Historical Physical Sites.
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Irina Katz, a recent graduate of USciences, is the first recipient of the BioNJ Entrepreneurship Fellowship Program. She will spend time working at four biopharmaceutical and biotech companies for six months each,NJ Biz reported.
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