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9 posts from December 2019


Craft Brewing Business: Yuengling and Pink Boots Society announce first-ever recipients to its Women in Brewing Scholarship (maybe apply for the next one in March)

Avery Hookey is the recipient of the Yuengling Women in Brewing Scholarship and will enroll in USciences Brewing Science Program. Craft Brewing Business published a story on the scholarship.


Philadelphia Free Press: South Street: New Business Uses Terrariums To Improve STEM Literacy

Philadelphia Free Press published an article on Holden Ohl BMS'20 and his terrarium business. Ohl hopes to increase STEM literacy with his shop.


Penn Live: Pa. governor gives out $1.2M in beer grants for mix of promotional, educational projects

USciences was mentioned in a Penn Live article describing the various beer grants dispersed by the governor of Pennsylvania. The Brewing Science Program received nearly 100,000.


Main Line Today: Meet the Ambulance Companies Saving Lives Around the Main Line

Olivia DeLorenzo Neuro'20 was featured in a Main Line Today article about Narberth Ambulance. She has been a volunteer for the ambulance service for nearly two years.


Philly Mag: This Philly Guy Faked a Friend’s Proposal So He Could Pop The Question Himself

PhillyMag featured an article on Alicia Samuel ESWM'15 and her engagement. Samuel went to USciences while her then boyfriend attended Temple University.


Anchor.fm: Finances (Part 2) - Brent Greenlee

A new episode of 43rd and Woodland, a podcast for young alumni and current students, has been released. In this episode, Sean Ahern PharmD'19 and Jared Hunter HumSci'16 speak with a financial analyst to get tips on managing finances, saving for the future and budgeting for the things you enjoy.


VOA News: Rankings Compare College Costs to Future Income

USciences has been named in a Georgetown University list of best colleges for return on investment. USciences ranked 12th for ROI over 20 years and 11th for ROI over 40 years. See the full list here.


Inside Higher Ed: The Pulse: Shaunak Roy of Yellowdig

The latest issue of The Pulse, a monthly podcast hosted by Rodney B. Murray, is out. In this episode, he interviews Shaunak Roy, CEO and founder of Yellowdig, a student engagement too


The Daily Pennsylvanian: New apartment complex for Penn and USciences students to open on 42nd and Ludlow in 2020

A five-story apartment complex will be opening on the corner of 42nd and Ludlow Streets in July 2020. The Daily Pennsylvanian previewed the apartment complex in an article mentioning that the company, University Realty, also manages apartments for USciences students.