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12 posts from October 2019


Sanatoga Post: More Than 50 Schools At College Fair Tonight

Sanatogapost.com featured an article about the TriCounty Area Chamber of Commerce annual college fair in Pottsgrove, PA. USciences was listed as one of more than schools in attendance.

Tapinto.net: Nutley Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony to Take Place Nov 17, 2019 in Nutley Public Library

John Bergen P'56, former USciences president from 1975 through 1979, is being inducted into the Nutley Hall of Fame on November 17, 2019. Tapinto.net covered this year's honorees in a preview article.

The Phoenix: Historic Election Opportunity for Delaware County Democrats

Monica Taylor PhD, CSCS, EP-C, director of the Exercise Physiology Program and assistant professor, is running for Delaware County Council. She's one of six candidates competing for three seats; The Phoenix, Swarthmore College's independent campus newspaper, covered the upcoming race online.


Philadelphia Inquirer: University of the Sciences launches its first fully online programs in partnership with Geisinger

The Philadelphia Inquirer shared an article about the agreement with Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine. USciences Online will launch in January.


Various Publications: 2nd annual Central High School Day

More than 340 students visited the USciences campus for the 2nd annual Central High School Day on October 14 to learn about careers in health sciences. The pharmacy segment teaching attendees how to administer naloxone was featured on 6ABC, CBS3, FOX29, KYW Newsradio, and MSN.


Reading Eagle: Newsmakers

Zain Chaudhry Bio'09 has joined the provider staff at Berks Community Health Center. His hiring was announced in the Reading Eagle.

Daily Local News: Lionville Natural Pharmacy celebrates its 40th year

Ben Briggs P'73 was featured in a Daily Local News story about the family-owned Lionville Natural Pharmacy he owns and runs with his father for the last 40 years.


Philadelphia Inquirer: How these Philly adults manage college debt of up to $229,000

Bianca Gustin DPT'12 spoke about her experience in paying off student loans after graduation to the Philadelphia Inquireralong with her husband, Jarrad Gustin MOT'12. Gustin feels she's in a field where she's lucky to be able to pay off her loans.

Weedmaps: 4 Questions About Cannabis and Pregnancy You Were Too Afraid to Ask

Joseph J. Morgan MD, AACM, advisor for USciences' medical cannabis continuing education course content, was quoted in an article discussing the risks of smoking marijuana while pregnant.


Philadelphia Inquirer: Female board members outnumbered by men at Philly’s colleges and hospitals, new study finds

USciences was mentioned in a story detailing the number of female board members at Philadelphia colleges and hospitals. The Philadelphia Inquirer listed the colleges by percentage of women on the boards.