Teaching During COVID-19 and the Power of Giving

Don’t miss the chance to hear from two of our faculty members: Monica Chu, ’98 UC alumna and Chemistry Lecturer, and Nicholas Scoville, Joseph Beardwood III, Chair of Mathematics and Associate Professor of Mathematics and Computer Science. 

We would like to thank our faculty, staff and students for your role in making this fall semester possible. We hope you will consider making a gift of any size today so we can keep up the hard work this spring. Give online at ursinus.edu/giving2ucday today! #Giving2UCday

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