Exhibits and Projects
Ursuline College Historical Timeline
Interactive timeline covering the major events and milestones in Ursuline College's history from 1400 to the present day.
Ursuline College, A Visual History: 1871 to the 21st Century
Overview of the buildings and campuses of Ursuline College presented through archival photographs.
Black History in the Archives: Two Generations of Ursuline Graduates in an African-American Family
Exhibit created in 2005 in celebration of Black history month. Discusses the life and career of Renee Jones Weeks, who was a graduate of Ursuline College and daughter of the first African-American graduate of Ursuline College.
50 Years of Creative Writing and Writers by Ursuline College Students
This 2003 project was initiated as a collaborative effort between the English Department and the Ursuline College Archives with support from the Women's Institute at Ursuline College. Directed by Sr. Mary Denis Maher, CSA, Ph.D., chair of the English department and professor of Creative Writing and Beth DiNatale Johnson, Ph.D., college archivist and director of the Ursuline Studies Program, its goal was to enable UC students in a Creative Writing class to consider how the college writing experience influences later life and career through an examination of published creative writing by UC students over the last 50 years.