Ursi Archive: Volume 1

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Ursinus Research, Scholarship & Inquiry Archive
Volume 1
2020-2021

Ursinus College faculty are on the cutting-edge of new and innovative research. Our scholars apply their expertise to a range of contemporary topics while viewing them through a unique lens.  Because we are a liberal arts institution, we have license to break the boundaries of
conventional scholarship in ways that maximize its impact.

New Research Frontier Story

New Research Frontiers

By Kurt Pfitzer


Research in Brief

Using Poetry to Tell the Stories of the 20th Century’s Great Migration

 

Making His Case: Can Conservatives be at Home in Higher Ed?

 

Science of the Heart

 

The Sound and the Shape

 

Finding—and Painting—the Drama in Everyday Items

 

The Scientists

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Media Influencers

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The storytellers

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Ann Karreth, Politics
100 Years of the 19th Amendment
Jennifer King, Neuroscience
Understanding Neurogenerative Disorders
 
Jennifer VanGilder, Business & Economics
The Economics of Attractiveness
 
Denise Finney, Biology
Optimizing Ecosystems to Enhance Sustainability
 
Ryan Walvoord, Chemistry
Let There Be Light