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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
USciences to Host Philly Younger Chemists Committee's Annual Poster Session
February 25, 2015
University of the Sciences will again host the Philadelphia Younger Chemists Committee's 15th annual Student Poster Session on Tuesday, March 31, from 6-9 p.m., in the Bobby Morgan Arena at the Athletic/Recreation Center (43rd St. at Woodland Ave.).
USciences Prepares Local High School Students for International Young Physicists' Tournament
February 09, 2015
Phoenixville Area High School will be the first U.S. team represented since 2007.
'Simple Living' Reaps Health and Financial Benefits, According to USciences Research
January 30, 2015
Narrowing one's possessions, activities, and thoughts can play a key role in boosting their mental and physical health.
Q&A: OT Student Reflects on 'Real World' Field Work Experience
January 09, 2015
College Students at High Risk for Flu: Reduce the Spread of Germs, Says USciences Prof
January 05, 2015
Peak months for the flu are between December and February, and Pennsylvania has already recorded more than 10,000 confirmed flu cases - a number that is likely to spike over the upcoming weeks as more individuals are exposed to the virus, according to the CDC.
Return on Educational Investment: 5 Key Reasons to Consider Being a Physician Assistant
December 10, 2014
With hospitals and clinics scrambling to find enough primary care doctors to meet the demand of patient care from the Affordable Care Act, they are increasingly turning to an already short supply of physician assistants.
New Year's Fitness Goals Should Start with a Trip to the Doc, Says USciences Profs
December 08, 2014
The best preparation for exercise is making sure an individual can safely engage in increased physical activity.
OT Students, Faculty Well-Represented at POTA Conference
November 12, 2014
The Department of Occupational Therapy at University of the Sciences was well-represented at the 2014 Pennsylvania Occupational Therapy Association (POTA) Annual Conference, held Oct. 31 and Nov. 1, in King of Prussia, Pa.
After 30 Years, Misher College Still a Perfect Fit
September 01, 2014