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Our unique academic focus is pharmacy, science and healthcare — and we get results. Through a professional curriculum, hands-on education, and real-world learning experiences, USciences students are prepared for immediate success and proven all over the world.
- 95% of USciences alumni are employed or accepted for an advanced degree within 6 months of graduation (Class of 2014 post-graduation survey)
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Students Raise Over $1500 for Femi Memorial Scholarship Fund at Annual 3-on-3 Tournament
March 23, 2017
The 11th Femi 3-on-30 Memorial Basketball Tournament was a complete success raising more than $1,500 for the Femi Memorial Scholarship Fund on Saturday, March 18, 2017.
World-Renowned Vaccine Advocate Dr. Paul Offit Selected for USciences Honorary Degree at 2017 Commencement
March 23, 2017
USciences will celebrate the class of 2017 at its 196th commencement ceremony on Wednesday, May 24, 2017, and bestow an honorary doctor of science degree on world-renowned vaccine advocate Paul Offit, MD.
USciences Awarded $1,500 to Promote Physics
March 22, 2017
Innovative projects aimed at promoting interest in physics among middle and high school students has earned the newly revived USciences chapter of The Society of Physics Students (SPS) nearly $1,000 in awards.
Commentary: Embracing a replacement for Obamacare will require compromise on all sides
March 21, 2017
USciences Professor Stephen Metraux PhD, director of health policy, penned a blog post for Philly.com about the proposed American Health Care Act and how lawmakers and observers will have to make compromises on both sides of the aisle.
USciences Faculty Bring Lessons from the Front Lines of Opioid Crisis to the Classroom
March 15, 2017
Three representatives from USciences were tabbed to serve on subcommittees for The Mayor's Task Force to Combat the Opioid Epidemic in Philadelphia.
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