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Liz Burke ’21

Environmental Studies Academic Technologist

Liz declares her major as Environmental Studies.

Liz recalls the dynamic discussions in a course entitled Urbanization that prompted her to declare her first year.
Liz Burke ’21

Environmental Studies Academic Technologist

Liz grows as a confident leader on the basketball court.

As a member of the women’s basketball team, Liz forms lasting friendships and fostered confidence in her abilities.
Liz Burke ’21

Environmental Studies Academic Technologist

Despite initial nerves, Liz heads to Panama to study abroad.

Her experience in Panama gives her a huge taste of adventure and sparked her curiosity about different cultures.
Liz Burke ’21

Environmental Studies Academic Technologist

Liz embarks on a rigorous independent project.

Liz begins mapping potential solar farm locations in the region through geographic information system (GIS). She considers this a top academic experience.
Liz Burke ’21

Environmental Studies Academic Technologist

Liz accepts position in Sitka, Alaska with United States Forest Service.

Six days after graduating, Liz flies thousands of miles to start her first job as a member of the seasonal crew.
Liz Burke ’21

Environmental Studies Academic Technologist

After Alaska, Liz returns to combine her two loves.

Liz works with faculty and students on their research, labs, and field trips as an academic tech at a top liberal arts college, while also coaching high school basketball.
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Top 6%

A 2022 report by the Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce ranked 4,500 colleges and universities by return on investment (ROI) found that liberal arts colleges outperform other institutions by more than $200,000 over the long term. Higher still is Ursinus College’s ROI, placing Ursinus in the top 6% of all colleges and universities in the nation.

Ursinus Becomes First Liberal Arts College to Sign Okanagan Charter

President Robyn Hannigan signed the charter at her inauguration, promising to foster more holistic well-being in the campus community.
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Winning Voter Loyalties in Turbulent Times

Sarah Longwell is a Republican political strategist and executive director of the Republican Accountability Project. Nicole Hemmer is an associate professor of history at Vanderbilt University and director of the Carolyn T. and Robert M. Rogers Center for the Study of the Presidency.
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