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Rebecca Kamm Miller ’12

Florida native Rebecca arrives as a dual major in Communications and Business.

Being far from home proved difficult at first, but by spring of her first year, a supportive professor and a sorority opened the door to creating lifelong connections.
Rebecca Kamm Miller ‘12

Rebecca joins and ultimately leads a campus club focused on free enterprise.

SIFE (now Enactus) is a global organization dedicated to making the world a better place through entrepreneurial action. She learns to manage a team and projects, develop strategy, and present to large audiences. Her team wins regionals and travels to nationals in Minnesota.

Rebecca Kamm Miller ‘12

Rebecca lands a dream internship with The Walt Disney Company.

Networking and Ursinus connections proved to be successful. A sorority sister’s mother worked for Disney and recommended Rebecca for a business internship on the corporate team in Orlando, Florida.
Rebecca Kamm Miller ‘12

Internship propels Rebecca to full time job with Disney.

Rebecca moves to LA just two weeks after graduation, after landing a position on the Sourcing & Procurement Marketing team. She feels fortunate and prepared as she leaves Ursinus, and quickly starts working on complex global projects.

Rebecca Kamm Miller ‘12

Rebecca currently works at Google.

As a Senior Category Manager for Marketing & Research Services, Rebecca views the Ursinus classroom experience and tight relationships she formed as the key to her success in her career and in life.

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94%

of students in the class of 2019 are either employed, in graduate or professional school, or have chosen service such as the military or a fellowship within six months of graduation.

Ursinus Alumnus Shah Appointed White House Fellow

He joins the most diverse class in the history of the program and will gain first-hand experience in the process of governing the nation and a sense of personal involvement in the leadership of society.
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Pride and Prejudice

By Kate Hamill; Based on the novel by Jane Austen
Directed by Associate Professor of Theater Meghan Brodie ’00

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