06/25/2018

Livingston Parish News: Scientists say LIGO journey to Historic Physics Site long, important

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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NJ Biz: BioNJ launches fellowship program for potential entrepreneurs

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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06/20/2018

Fox 29 Good Day Philadelphia: Physics Wonder Girls Camp embraces girls in STEM

Showing how fun science can be, Fox 29’s Jenn Frederick was live from USciences and the Physics Wonder Girls Camp, a science camp for middle school girls, as they showed off different experiments and explained the science behind them.

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06/14/2018

Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Weekly: Transparency needed in opioid marketing, litigation shows

Gail Groves Scott, MPH ’16 of Substance Use Disorders Institute at USciences, was recently quoted in a wide-ranging story in Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Weekly. “I was working for Purdue in 2015, when a couple investigative journalists started to break the Insys story,” said Gail Groves Scott, MPH, a former...

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06/04/2018

Philly.com: Predatory vendors - including ice cream trucks - should not be allowed within 300 feet of Philly schools

Amy Janke PhD, associate professor of psychology and health policy at USciences, penned an op-ed for the Philadelphia Inquirer about predatory vendors like ice cream trucks outside Philly schools. Her article was featured on 6ABC’s “Big Talkers” segment.

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05/16/2018

Above the Law: Hey Media, Please Stop Using The Word ‘Addict’

Brian Cuban wrote a blog post on Above the Law about the language that is used in media to describe individuals with addiction. He asked Robert Ashford, MSW, PhD student and Graduate Research Assistant at University of the Sciences Substance Use Disorder Institute focusing on Behavioral Health Linguistics, to write...

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Family Practice News: Early management of patients with acute ischemic stroke

USciences’ William Callahan DO co-authored an article for Family Practice News on the Early management of patients with acute ischemic stroke.

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Philadelphia Inquirer: A panel of experts in beer and wit

Matt Farber was among the judges for Philadelphia Inquirer’s Brewvitational and helped to determine winners and standouts.

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Nature: Richard Feynman at 100

In honor of what would have been Richard Feynman’s 100th birthday, Paul Halpern PhD penned a celebratory article looking at the oeuvre of the brilliant, unconventional scientist

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05/04/2018

6ABC and NBC 10: Snider Youth Hockey Foundation, USciences Partner to Offer Scholarships to Philly Students

University of the Sciences and the Goals and Assists Foundation, a partnership between the Ed Snider Youth Hockey Program and the Give Back Foundation, announced a partnership yesterday with an event on campus. Thanks to a $500,000 grant from Goals and Assists, USciences will give qualified students who complete the...

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