|Friday, August 17
Summer Session Two ends
|Friday, August 24
Move-in Day and Convocation
Summer Session A Ends
|Monday, August 27
Classes Begin for All Students
|Monday, Sept. 3
Labor Day Holiday (No Classes)
|Tuesday, Sept. 11
Board of Trustees Meeting
|Sunday, Sept. 16
Physical Therapy White Coat Ceremony
|Thursday, Sept. 20
12th Annual Patricia Leahy Memorial Lecture
|Save the Date: Thursday, Oct. 4
The Lois K. Cohen Endowed Lecture Series in Global Health presents “Noncommunicable Diseases: The Global Challenge,” a lecture by Sir George Alleyne, former UN Secretary General Special Envoy for HIV/AIDS in the Caribbean.
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Shedding a New Light on Medication Safety
USciences' Pediatric Pharmacy Advocacy Group (PPAG) student organization talked about the importance of medication safety with Camden students.
2012 Volleyball Schedule Announced
Playing a 30-match slate this season which includes 19 Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference games, the Devils will host 11 contests at the Bobby Morgan Arena.
Check out the latest in athletics at www.devilsathletics.com
A new chapter opens: President Dr. Helen F. Giles-Gee officially began her USciences tenure on Monday, July 16. She held an informal reception for faculty and staff.
OT Students and Faculty Embark to South Korea
A contingent from USciences' occupational therapy program landed in South Korea to begin a learning and cultural exchange at Far East University.
12th Annual Patricia Leahy Memorial Lecture
The annual event features a talk, "Management of Concussion/Mild TBI and the Emerging Role of the Physical Therapist," by Dr.
Anne Mucha on Thursday, Sept. 20, 2012, from 5-8 p.m. CEUs available. All proceeds to benefit the Patricia Leahy Scholarship.
Extreme Intersection Makeover
With help from the University City District and the City, an unused space is getting a makeover into an urban oasis.
iPad Pilot Program Expanding
After a year of incorporating iPads into the course work for a small group of chemistry and physical therapy students, the program will look to expand in phase 2.
Experts Blog Excerpt
|Impact of Supreme Court Decision on Affordable Care Act: While the Supreme Court of the United States let stand the majority of the Affordable Care Act a few key points are worth noting, according to Dr. Richard G. Stefanacci. Read More
Saturday, August 4 - Summer Happy Hour at the Shore (new location!)
at the home of Mary Parenti and Richard Castor (2305 Beach Terrace,
Longport, NJ 08403).
RSVP here or call 1-888-857-6264 by August 2.
Monday, August 6 - 30th Annual Alumni Golf Tournament at Edgmont County Club, Edgemont, Pa.
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Joseph L. Fink III P'70 (JD'73 Georgetown University) was named the Kentucky Pharmacists Association (KPhA) Professor of Leadership. He was formally recognized at KPhA's annual meeting in June 2012.
Thomas F. Genco P'78 proudly announces the graduation of his son Andrew T. Genco, who received a Doctor of Pharmacy degree from University of the Sciences on May 23, 2012. Also in attendance were Andrew's mother Gail and sister Laura. Andrew graduated summa cum laude and is a member of Alpha Lambda Delta and Rho Chi. He received both the Merck award and the Johnson & Johnson award for academic achievement.
Alumni Reunion: Sept. 29, 2012
All classes invited.
Special recognition for class years ending in 2s and 7s.
Alumni Association Awards
The Alumni Association is pleased to announce the recipients of the University of the Sciences Alumni Association Awards for 2012:
| Annual Award:
Leonard Jacob B’70, MD, PhD
| Ivor Griffith Service Award:
Kathleen Mayes P’76, PharmD ’78
| Young Alumnus Award:
Sherry Brown P’97, PharmD’98
| Honorary Alumnus:
Peter Harvison, PhD
All recipients will be recognized at the USciences Alumni Reunion.
Delaware Pharmaceutical Convention
Pat Carroll Grant P’78, president of the Delaware Pharmacy Society, presented the Life Time Achievement Award to Roger Wetherill P’68 on May 16, 2012, at a dinner held during the Delaware Pharmaceutical Convention at the Christiana Hotel.
Summer Hours: The bookstore is open
8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., Mon.-Thurs.
When Wilson Express and Starbucks are closed, the bookstore is a great place for all kinds of snacks and beverages or just a fun place to relax and chat.