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11 posts from April 2019


Philadelphia Medicine: An Update on Medical Cannabis in PA

Gail Groves Scott, Manager of the Substance Use Disorders Institute penned an update about medical cannabis in Pennsylvania for Philadelphia Medicine magazine. (page 24)


Daily Times: On night of legends, former Daily Times editor Bob Tennant gets his due

The late Bob Tennant was honored with the Robert "Bob" Finucane Memorial Achievement Award at the 80th Delaware County Athletes Hall of Fame Dinner, according to DelcoTimes.com. Joseph Miller P'96, credited Tennant with helping him become one of the leading scorers in the history of the Devils basketball program.

The Courier Post: Throwing Phillies BP turned Rob Potts into one of South Jersey's top hitting instructors

Devils infielder, AJ Pena DPT'24, was quoted in a story in The Courier Post on Rob "Pottsy" Potts, one of New Jersey's top hitting instructors. Potts has helped train AJ Pena for nearly a decade.


Chestnut Hill Local: SCH junior to compete in international science fair

Chestnut Hill Local wrote a profile on Caden Traversari, a high school junior who will compete at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair following the Delaware Valley Science Fair. Traversari has received multiple scholarships including one from USciences.


The Triangle: Philly named among best cities for college

USciences was ranked 6th on a list of best colleges and universities in the state of Pennsylvania by College Factual. Philadelphia was named one of the best cities for college; the news was reported by The Triangle, a Drexel publication.


6ABC: The Celebration of the Living & Learning Commons

The opening of the Living & Learning Commons was celebrated on April 12 and tours were made available for those who wanted to see the finished residence hall. 6ABC aired a short story on the new building during one of their newscasts Friday.


Digital Journal: Franklin J. Rooks, Esq. of The Law Firm of Morgan Rooks, PC Scheduled to Speak At New Jersey Association for Justice Seminar

Digital Journal reported Franklin J. Rooks, Esq. will speak at the New Jersey Association for Justice Seminar on May 9. Rooks serves on the Board of Visitors at Samson College of Health Sciences.


Tribe12: Multiple Guest Blog Posts

Paulina Koyfman MB'19 is completing a social science independent study where she is working with a Jewish non-profit organization. She is writing blogs including On Being a Scientist Who Believes in G-d, Why it is 100% Necessary 'Adults' Dress up for Purim (as told by The Office) and interviews with fellows.


ContagionLive.com: Future of Fluoroquinolones: Risks, Benefits of Antibiotic Workhorse

Madeline King, assistant professor of clinical pharmacy, co-wrote an article on ContagionLive.com titled "Future of Fluoroquinolones: Risks, Benefits of Antibiotic Workhorse." 


The Philadelphia Inquirer: David Pauley, Hall of Famer beyond University of Sciences

Mike Jensen of the Philadelphia Inquirier wrote on article on Coach David Pauley being inducted into the Philadelphia Small College Basketball Coaches Association on April 1.