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Clemens holds a bachelor of science degree in chemistry from Ursinus College and a doctorate in organic chemistry from Princeton University.
Young, who earned her BA from Harvard in 1984 and an MFA in dance from the University of Illinois, comes to TBC from Ursinus College in Pennsylvania, where she is chair and co-founder of the Theater and Dance Department.
in Political Science from Ursinus College in Collegeville, PA and is a Certified Insurance Counselor.
South Eugene's Kira Oldham-Curtis will also be participating in her final state meet before heading to Ursinus College in Pennsylvania on an academic scholarship.
Chick" Jacobus, Kingswood School 1977 Robert Guelker, SIU-Edwardsville 1978 Mickey Cochrane, Bowling Green (OH) 1979 James "Ted" Chambers, Howard University (DC) 1980 Donald Baker, Ursinus College (PA) 1981 Charles Matlack, Earlham College (IN) 1982 Harry J.
Ursinus College: Justifying Premium Twenty-five miles outside of Philadelphia, with 1,370 students and a growing $100 million endowment, Ursinus College is featured in Loren Pope's Colleges That Change Lives (Penguin Books, 2002; www.
He also held executive positions at colleges in the Philadelphia area, serving as executive vice president and acting president of Moore College of Art and Design and as vice president for college relations at Ursinus College.
Franklin is a modest guy," says Keith Hardman of Ursinus College in Collegeville, PA, who is an expert on American Christianity.