In This Section
- 5K Race for Humanity
- Advances in Pharmacy Practice
- Alumni Reunion Weekend
- Continuing Pharmacy Education
- Delivering Medication Therapy Management Services Certificate Program
- Discover Series
- Family Fall Fest
- Founders’ Day
- Graduate Student Orientation
- Healthy Lifestyles Social Media Business Competition
- Lois K. Cohen Lecture Series
- Making the Connections
- The Bernard J. Malis Memorial Lectureship in Humanities
- Misher Festival of Fine Arts and Humanities
- MLK Day of Service
- Patricia Leahy Memorial Lecture
- Pharmacy-Based Immunization Delivery Training
- Philadelphia Grain Malt Symposium
- Philadelphia Science Festival
- REEP Annual Symposium and Networking Event
- Research Day
- Undergraduate Research Symposium
- Welcome Week
- Alpha Chi Induction Dinner
Events at University of the Sciences
Join your fellow classmates, faculty, and the USciences community in celebrating some of our annual university traditions.
Annual 5K race to benefit a local charity. Sponsored by student organization, Omega Chi Psi.
Philadelphia College of Pharmacy at USciences is pleased to present this continuing pharmacy education program, developed to keep pharmacists up to date on pharmacy practice.
Celebrate with fellow alumni.
At our annual Commencement ceremony in May, academic degrees are awarded to USciences graduates.
DrOT, DPT, MSPAS, and PharmD students participate in the ceremony as they earn a bachelor's degree before continuing toward a professional degree.
Delaware Valley Science Fairs
University of the Sciences sponsors this annual event by providing scholarships to first, second, and third place finishers at the 11th grade level and an in-kind donation. The University also annually hosts a winners breakfast. DVSF features independent research in 15 scientific categories by students in grades 6-12 who have completed science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) research projects and have advanced after competing in their local fairs.
Certificate training program to prepare pharmacists to improve medication use through the delivery of Medication Therapy Management Services in a variety of practice settings.
Annual event for high school guidance counselors and faculty to learn more about USciences programs of study.
This annual event brings the campus to life with students and their families, alumni and friends, and faculty and staff, for a festive and activity-packed day.
Founders' Day at USciences recalls the University's establishment on Feb. 23, 1821. The University confers an Honorary Degree to an individual and Awards of Merit to a member of the faculty, student body and staff.
Held before every fall and spring semester. Graduate students are required to join us for the upcoming orientation to be held (unless enrolled in online programs)
Sponsored by the Pharmaceutical and Healthcare Business Program, a scholarship competition open to all sophomore, junior and senior high school students.
This endowed lecture series in global health is made possible through the generosity of Ilene Warner-Maron PhD'07 in honor of her aunt Lois K. Cohen, PhD.
Annual lecture with distinguished panelists.
An endowed lecture series in honor of Bernard Malis, who graduated from PCPS in 1944 with a BS in pharmacy and in 1947 with an MS in pharmacy, that sheds light on the intersection of the humanities and the sciences.
Celebrating former University President Allen Misher’s vision of an undergraduate education that embraces history, music, and literature alongside biology, chemistry, and more.
Honoring the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., the University community is encouraged to unite for a day of service dedicated to bettering the community, empowers individuals, and bridges barriers.
Two-day summer orientation sessions. Students and families learn more about the campus, coursework, and people that have made us one of the leading educators of health science professionals in the nation.
Coordinated by USciences’ Department of Physical Therapy this program, offering continuing education credit, includes a lecture, dinner, and discussion. All proceeds benefit the Patricia Leahy Scholarship.
An innovative and interactive training program that teaches pharmacists the skills necessary to become a primary source for vaccine information and administration. The program teaches the basics of immunology and focuses on practice implementation and legal/regulatory issues.
An opportunity to collaborate, network, educate, and strengthen the local grain and malt supply chain. The Symposium is open to all farmers, brewers, distillers, bakers, restaurateurs, and consumers who are interested in learning more or making connections in the local supply chain.
The University is a proud sponsor of the Philadelphia Science Festival, an innovative, nine-day celebration in April of each year that explores the many ways that science and technology touch our everyday lives
Annual one day symposium is aimed at providing an educational and networking platform
for exchanging thought provoking ideas, debates, and latest cutting edge topics under
the Regulatory umbrella in a COST-EFFECTIVE MANNER. SMEs, hiring managers, leaders,
and recruiters will be teaming up to share their insights and current trends in the
Research Day recognizing the research efforts of faculty members and students by showcasing the diversity and growth of research pursuits on campus, and honors Dr. John C. Krantz, Jr., through our annual distinguished lecture program
Sponsored by the Center for Undergraduate Research, annual event celebrates undergraduate research, scholarship, and other creative activities.
Starting with move-in day and our annual convocation ceremony, USciences welcomes our incoming class.
10:00am - 3:00pm
At University of the Sciences, Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service is a day on, not a day off. The MLK Day of...
1:30pm - 3:00pm
Founders' Day at USciences recalls the University's establishment on February 23, 1821, with a special ceremony that...
The 2019 Race for Humanity 5K run/walk will benefit Camp Can Do, a camp for children ages 8 to 17 who have been diagnosed...
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Dr. Pilar Ortega Speaks on the Importance of Language, Culture, and Communication in Medicine
December 05, 2018
USciences Department of Humanities hosted Pilar Ortega, MD, an emergency physician and clinical assistant instructor at University of Illinois at Chicago on November 29, 2018, for the annual Bernard J. Malis Memorial Lectureship in Humanities.
Students Inducted into Alpha Chi National Honor Society
December 04, 2018
Thirty-nine students became the newest members inducted into the USciences Pennsylvania Kappa Chapter of the Alpha Chi National Honor Society, during a special ceremony held on Tuesday, Nov. 13, 2018.
Hundreds of Donors Support USciences Giving Tuesday
November 29, 2018
This year's Giving Tuesday campaign brought together more than 600 USciences students, faculty, staff, alumni, and friends to help raise more money than ever in support of student activities, research, and more.
USciences Donates More than 450 Thanksgiving Meals
November 27, 2018
The USciences community donated Thanksgiving meals for hundreds of families in West Philadelphia during the seventh annual Appeal for a Meal food drive on November 19.
Health Policy Student Speaks on Twitter Panel About Intersection Between Technology, Recovery
November 13, 2018
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