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Martha Kerbel ’21

Forensic Osteology and Field Recovery Methods Graduate Student, England

Philadelphia native Martha declares anthropology as her major.

It was also in her second semester on campus that Martha founded the Anthropology Club.
Martha Kerbel ’21

Forensic Osteology and Field Recovery Methods Graduate Student, England

Martha participates in an archaeology field school.

The historic Speakers House located just steps from the Ursinus campus provided a great hands-on experience for this rising sophomore.
Martha Kerbel ’21

Forensic Osteology and Field Recovery Methods Graduate Student, England

Martha interns at the Mutter Museum in Philadelphia.

The internship at this premier medical museum eventually becomes Martha’s final capstone research focus.
Martha Kerbel ’21

Forensic Osteology and Field Recovery Methods Graduate Student, England

Martha studies abroad in Mongolia.

After adding an Environmental Studies minor, Martha combines interests during an internship there studying ticks and talking to locals about their livelihoods.
Martha Kerbel ’21

Forensic Osteology and Field Recovery Methods Graduate Student, England

Martha takes a class that sparks an interest in archaeology.

Environmental Applied GIS helps Martha hone her digital mapping skills.
Martha Kerbel ’21

Forensic Osteology and Field Recovery Methods Graduate Student, England

Martha completes MSc in Forensic Osteology & Field Recovery Methods.

Graduated the University of Kent in England December 2022.
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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.

New Master’s Degree Opportunities Abound for Ursinus Students

Ursinus College has expanded a longstanding affiliation agreement with St. Joseph’s University and entered a new agreement with Clarkson University to provide students with more opportunities to earn advanced degrees.
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Artist Talk: Ruth Prieto Arenas

Featured artist from Essential Work will provide insight into her series Panteras Negras and Safe Heaven. 
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