Nicole Ursin is a dual degree MAA/MHP student with interests in the relationships between heritage tourism, urban and community planning, and sustainability. Originally from Arkansas, she completed her BA in anthropology and BA in history at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. She has completed research on museum visitor demographics and transnational communities, while working with a group of Micronesian immigrants. Her professional experience includes working for Arkansas museums and working internationally at the Naprstek Museum in Prague, Czech Republic.
Areas of Interest
- cultural heritage
- heritage tourism and management
- historic preservation
- community planning and development
Degree TypeBADegree DetailsAnthropology, University of Arkansas at Little Rock
Degree TypeBADegree DetailsHistory, University of Arkansas at Little Rock