5:00 pm - International Student Association Meeting - Alumni Hall, Room 117
7:00 pm - Mediwizards Meeting - PTC, Room 140
7:30 pm - Cheerleaders Practice - Alumni Hall, Gym
8:00 pm - Political Science Club - STC, Room 145
all day - APhA Membership Drive - STC Atrium
1:00 pm - Biology Seminar Series - Rosenberger Hall, Room 101
2:00 pm - SSHP Meeting - IPEX, Room 139
5:00 pm - AIBS Meeting - STC, Room 137
5:00 pm - Student Research Society Meeting - PTC, Room 140
6:00 pm - PCP U2 Class Meeting - Griffith Hall, Room C
7:00 pm - Renewal Christian Fellowship Meeting - PharmTox, Room 131
7:10 pm - Women's Volleyball vs. Holy Family - ARC
7:30 pm - AMCP Meeting - Alumni Hall, Room 117
10:00 am - APhA Membership Drive - Wilson Lobby
10:00 am APO Blood Drive sign-up - Wilson Lobby
7:00 pm - Renewal Christian Fellowship Meeting - PTC, Room 131
7:00 pm - Renewal Christian Fellowship Meeting - PTC, Room 132
7:00 PM - Phi Beta Lambda Meeting - STC, Room 145
7:30 pm - APhA Meeting - Interest Meeting for students interested in International Pharmaceutical Students' Federation, IPEX, Room 108
8:00 pm - USciences Christian Fellowship Meeting - PTC, Room 140
8:00 pm - iERTIA Practice - Alumni Hall, Gym
8:00 pm - Residence Hall Event - Wilson Dining Hall
8:30 pm - HOSA Meeting - STC, Room 145
11:00 pm - APhA Membership Drive - Wilson Lobby
12 noon - StEPP Chick Fil-A Fundraiser - Wilson Lobby
1:00 pm - Student Government General Assembly Meeting, PTC, Room 140
1:30 pm - IPEX Ribbon Cutting - IPEX
2:00 pm - ACS Picnic - Terrace
2:00 pm - Organizations Event Planner Meeting with ARC - PTC, Room 140
2:00 pm - APhA Operation Heart Meeting - Rosenberger Hall, Room 101
2:00 pm - ASCP Meeting - STC, Room 237
2:00 pm - Black Student Union Meeting - Alumni Hall, Room 100
2:00 pm - American Medical Student Association - IPEX, Room 108
6:00 pm - Greek Carnival hosted by the Inter-Greek Council - Quad
6:00 pm - Anime Club - Alumni Hall, Room 100
6:00 pm - PCP U1 Class Meeting, Griffith Hall, Room C
7:00 pm - Renewal Christian Fellowship Meeting - Alumni Hall, Room 117
7:30 pm - OCSF - formerly known as SPARKS Meeting - PTC, Room 132
8:00 pm - Circle K Meeting - PTC, Room 140
8:00 pm - E.P.I.C. Executive Board Meeting - Alumni Hall, Room 101
10:00 am - APhA Membership Drive - Wilson Lobby
11:30 am - Muslim Students Prayer - WCR
1:00 pm - American Chemical Society Guest Speaker - Rosenberger Hall, Room 102
7:00 pm - Renewal Christian Fellowship Meeting - STC, Room 145
10:00 am Misher Festival of Fine Arts begin....see schedule below!
8:00 pm - Saturday Night Program Series - Apples to Apples and other games! - Refreshments and Prizes - all are welcome - Wilson Dining Hall
Saturday, September 20 - Creative Compositions with Hope & Hayden: Poetry and Photography Workshops 10:00 – noon Pharmacology Toxicology Center (42nd & Woodland Sts.), Rooms 131 and 132 Meet two of USciences’ most beloved teachers: poet and professor Warren Hope offers a two-hour introductory poetry workshop; photography professor James Hayden offers a two-hour photography workshop. Choose one workshop; bring pen and paper or camera. Free and open to the public. To register, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sunday, September 21 The Barnes Foundation 2:30 pm 2025 Benjamin Franklin Parkway, Philadelphia www.barnesfoundation.org The Barnes Foundation’s legendary art collection includes some of the world’s finest examples of post-impressionist and early modern works. The afternoon will begin with a 30-minute presentation of the museum’s history and a description of the collection, followed by a self-guided tour at your leisure. Visitors will also have access to the final day of the traveling exhibit, The World Is an Apple: The Still Lifes of Paul Cleaned. $5 students; $10 faculty, staff, alumni. Advance registration required: email@example.com
Monday, September 22 Books through Bars 12 noon – 1 pm Wilson 209-212 www.booksthroughbars.org Headquartered on 47th and Baltimore, Books through Bars distributes free books and educational materials to incarcerated people; they also offer programs that educate and engage the general public to think critically about issues of imprisonment. Year-round volunteer events offer participants a chance to read letters requesting books, select books, and help send them to men and women in prison. Learn more about Books through Bars at our event today.
For only $25, get a membership that offers college students access to FREE tickets to unlimited Philadelphia Orchestra concerts. With eZseatU, you'll experience live music that will blow you away from some of the best seats in the Kimmel Center. Purchase your ticket at https://www.philorch.org/ezseatu#/.
If you are interested in participating in The Prescription, USciences' only online student newspaper, please attend our informational meeting on Thursday 9/25 at 6 PM in Alumni Hall: Room 100. It is really fun and easy! You do not need to all attend the meetings to be an active member. We usually publish about one edition a semester. This is a great way to get involved without being burdened and you DO NOT need to be a phenomenal writer! Please consider this wonderful opportunity to contribute to the University of the Sciences community.
"Alpha Phi Omega will be hosting an American Red Cross Blood Drive on Thursday, October 2nd. Those interested can schedule an appointment in advanced, we will be having sign-ups in Wilson Lobby on Monday and Wednesday of this week, 9/15, 9/15, 9/29, and 10/1. Appointments are recommended since spots fill up quickly. We look forward to seeing you there and thank you for your donation! "
Students take over the city on Saturday, September 27th for CollegeFest. Meet your friends at the steps of the Philadelphia Museum of Art from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. for music, food, and giveaways. Find whats new in Philadelphia and start living in the city. Tweet @campusphilly to tell us youre going and RSVP at our Facebook event page. Use #meetphilly and visit campusphilly.org/collegefest for more information.
CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 2015 UNIVERSITY OF THE SCIENCES IN PHILADELPHIA - Time to celebrate all you’ve achieved! LAST CHANCE - Senior Portraits for the Class of 2015 When: Monday & Tuesday, September 22nd & 23rd Where: Wilson Student Center, 2nd Floor – Rooms 205 & 208 Schedule your appointment at www.ouryear.com, entering school code 18 or by calling 1-800-OUR-YEAR™ (687-9327), during normal business hours. Please be prepared to provide the photographer with your major at the time of your sitting. Don’t forget that you can use these portraits for your Professional Networking and Job Search sites. PLEASE ACT NOW! This will be the final opportunity to have your Senior Portrait taken on campus.
All members of the University community are invited to submit nominations for honorary degree recipients. Honorary degrees will be awarded at the May 2015 Commencement ceremony and at the Founders’ Day event on Thursday, February 19, 2015. The criteria for nominations, the nomination form, and a list of previous honorary degree recipients can be found under Content>Honorary Degree Criteria~Nomination Form~List of Recipients. The deadline for submitting nominations is Friday, October 3, 2014. Please submit all nominations to my attention, via email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or campus mail, mailbox #33.