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2019 USciences News
- USciences at the 2015 Philadelphia Science Festival
April 10, 2015
- USciences Researchers Say Short-Term Exercise Programs Can Prevent Falls by Seniors
April 08, 2015
Falling is bad news for senior citizens—oftentimes resulting in life-changing injuries,such as hip fractures and head traumas, and an increased risk of early death. New research findings at University of the Sciences into how and why seniors fall may provide health care professionals with insight on improved balance and strength-training strategies to prevent tumbles by the elderly.
- Pharmacy Remains the "Heartbeat of His Store"
April 04, 2015
- USciences Sponsors Delaware Valley Science Fairs
March 19, 2015
- May Commencement and Conferment Honorees Named
March 19, 2015
- Online DrOT Program Helps Working Occupational Therapist Reach Goals to Grow as a Healthcare Provider
March 19, 2015
Meghan (Bridgeman) Riexinger MOT'07, OTR/L, landed her ideal job--working with children as an occupational therapist for the Upper Township School District in New Jersey.
- Honors Students Team Up with Habitat for Humanity Over Spring Break
March 17, 2015
Students in the Honors Program at University of the Sciences teamed up with Habitat for Humanity of New Castle County during their spring break earlier this month to renovate the interiors of three town-homes in Wilmington, Delaware.
- A Whole Lot of Chikin' Helping A Whole Lot of People, Thanks to PCP Student
March 16, 2015
Through the Student Excellence and Professional Preparation Program (StEPP) at University of the Sciences, pharmacy student Chelsea Cunningham PharmD'16 coordinated several fundraisers to buy and fill more than 50 backpacks with essential items for homeless individuals across Philadelphia.
- Students Turn Internships Into Work Experience
March 15, 2015
- Upset! Devils Win and Advance in NCAA Tourney
March 14, 2015
The historic season continues for the University of the Sciences men's basketball team as they earned their first ever NCAA National Tournament win, defeating St. Anselm College 73-57 at Butova Gym in Springfield, Massachusetts on Saturday.
- University of the Sciences Names Dr. Marc Caserio Athletic Director
March 12, 2015
University of the Sciences has named Marc Caserio, EdD, athletic director effective immediately USciences Interim President Marvin Samson announced. Caserio has been filling the role of interim athletic director since August 2014.
- USciences to Host Panel on LGBT Healthcare on April 1
March 10, 2015
Striving to address the healthcare needs in the LGBT community, University of the Sciences has teamed up with local nonprofit organizations to host its first Panel on LGBT Healthcare on Wednesday, April 1, from 7-9 p.m., in Griffith Hall (43rd Street at Woodland Avenue).
- Men's Basketball Team Earns NCAA Tournament Bid, Plays Saturday
March 09, 2015
The University of the Sciences men's basketball team has earned the No. 6 seed in the NCAA Division II Men's Basketball East Region Tournament and will face No. 3 seed St. Anselm College in the opening round of the Tournament on Saturday, March 14.
- Revolutionizing Mass Spectrometer Analysis
March 03, 2015
A mass spectrometer is one of the most powerful and widely used analysis instruments in science. Charles N. McEwen, PhD, is making the mass spectrometer better.