05/18/2017

Gloucester City News: Dr. Elizabeth Speakman named Associate Provost

The Gloucester City News shared the news about Elizabeth Speakman’s new position at USciences as the associate provost for interprofessional education (IPE).

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05/12/2017

NJ Law Journal: USciences Adjunct Professor Named New Leader of the Bar

USciences adjunct professor Mary Cate Gordon was named by the New Jersey Law Journal as a New Leader of the Bar in recognition of her accomplishments in the practice of law, service to the community and advancement of the legal profession.

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05/11/2017

Philadelphia Inquirer: As we age, we're more likely to overdose from opioids

USciences adjunct Roland Lamb was quoted in a recent Philly.com article about the risk of drug addiction and overdose in older Philadelphians. From the article: “They call because their doctors have died and retired, and their new docs won’t give them the ongoing painkiller prescriptions,” said Lamb, deputy commissioner for...

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Philly Beer Scene: Urban Village Brewery Set to Open in Schmidt’s Commons

USciences Brewing Science Alumnus Dave Goldman is set to open his brewery, Urban Village, in Philadelphia on June 1st, Philly Beer Scene reported. From the article: In the past 8-10 years, as the options for hoppy beer expanded exponentially, Goldman began to hone his palate and apply this refinement to...

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05/10/2017

Philadelphia Business Journal: Dr. Paul Offit to speak at USciences Commencement

Philadelphia Business Journal compiled a list of local commencement speakers, including Dr. Paul Offit, who be this year's speaker at USciences commencement.

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05/09/2017

CBS3: Should Cursive Be Mandatory In Schools?

Dr. Ashley B. de Marchena, assistant professor of psychology, was mentioned in a CBS3 story by Nicole Brewer about the importance of penmanship education in schools as an expert in neuroscience. Dr. de Marchena provided information to Brewer about the importance of writing by hand to the development of fine...

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05/08/2017

Pennsylvania Pharmacist: Dr. Dan Hussar Honored at APhA Annual Meeting

Pennsylvania Pharmacist magazine honored Dr. Dan Hussar in their latest edition with an article and photo from the Remington Honor Medal award ceremony during the American Pharmacists Association’s annual meeting. (page 31)

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The Daily Local News: Physics whiz kids headed for Singapore championships

The Daily Local News reported that two physics students from Octorara High School will compete in the International Young Physics Tournament in Singapore in July. A member of the physics faculty from USciences will also be going with the team.

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Philadelphia Inquirer: Lessons on resilience from a Nobel physicist

Dr. Paul Halpern marked what would have been the 99th birthday of Nobel physicist Richard Feynman with a commentary in this weekend’s Philadelphia Inquirer about Dr. Feynman’s incredible resilience, something Halpern says is just as notable as his amazing contributions to physics.

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05/04/2017

KYW Newsradio: ‘Research Day’ Showcases Student Projects For Medical Treatments, Cures

Zein Al-Atrache PhD’17, who is part of the dual degree program with Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, was featured by KYW Newsradio’s Steve Tawa in a story about PCOM’s Research Day. Al-Atrache’s research focuses on the origins of Alzheimer’s Disease. The story also aired.

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