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John Palmer Palmer, John Palmer

Staff  |  Facilities Services
Groundskeeper
Facilities Services
740-587-6264
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Kristen Pantle Pantle, Kristen Pantle

Pantle, Kristen Pantle
Staff  |  Library
Library Associate III
William Howard Doane Library
313F
740-587-6540
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Natalie Keller Pariano Pariano, Natalie K. Keller Pariano

Pariano, Natalie K. Keller Pariano
Staff  |  Campus Leadership & Involvement Center
Director of Campus Leadership & Involvement
740-587-6394
Service: 
2007-Present
Degree(s): 
B.S.J., M.Ed., Ohio University
Biography: 

Natalie serves as the Director of the Campus Leadership & Involvement Center (CLIC). She is responsible for the oversight of the CLIC programs and planning along with the supervision of the CLIC team, made up of a dynamic group of professionals and paraprofessionals. Natalie coordinates and conceptualizes Denison's leadership programs including The LeaderShape Institute, the award-winning D.U. Lead Institute, Catalyst, Stretch! and StrengthsQuest training/facilitation. Natalie provides leadership-related resources and training to students and campus organizations. Beyond this, she coordinates CLIC's intentional social and educational programming efforts and supports the work of more than 175 campus organizations. Natalie serves as faculty advisor to the University Programming Council (UPC), Leadership Fellows, Senior Week, Culture Jam and D-Day.

Before coming to Denison, Natalie worked in the Office of the Dean of Students at Ohio University, where she obtained her master's in college student personnel. Natalie spent time working with media outlets such as Penton Publishing and MTV Networks after receiving her bachelor's degree in Journalism and Public Relations from the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism at Ohio University.

Natalie is passionately involved with The LeaderShape Institute, both regionally and nationally as a Co-Lead Facilitator. She is a member of the National Association for Student Personnel Administrators (NASPA), ACPA: College Student Educators International, Association for Fraternity/Sorority Advisors (AFA), as well as the Ohio College Personnel Association (OCPA) and National Association for Campus Activities (NACA), serving NACA on its Mid America Conference team, National Convention team and Huge Leadership Weekend team. She is the recipient of the NACA C. Shaw Smith Outstanding New Professional Award, NACA Mid America Outstanding Professional Award and the NACA Mid America Outstanding Service Citation.

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Gregg Parini Parini, Gregg Parini

Gregg Parini
Faculty, Staff  |  Athletic Training, Physical Education, Big Red Athletics
Associate Professor, Head Swimming Coach
Mitchell Recreation and Athletics Center
007
740-587-6678
Service: 
1987-Present
Degree(s): 
B.A., Kenyon College; M.A., Michigan State University
Biography: 

Gregg Parini has been the head men’s and women’s swimming coach at Denison since the fall of 1987. Since taking over both Denison programs, Parini has gone on to build one of the most consistently successful programs in the history of Division III athletics.  Under Parini’s watch his teams have captured three national championships, 13 national runner-up finishes in addition to Denison’s current streak of 52 consecutive top-10 national finishes.

A nine-time NCAA National Coach of the Year, Parini's men's swimming & diving team won its second-consecutive Division III national championship in 2012, outdistancing second-place Kenyon by 81 points.  Over the course of the four-day meet, Denison's men set six NCAA Division III records.

In 2011 the men's team shocked the swimming & diving world when they snapped Kenyon College’s 31-year streak of national championships.  The Big Red ended the streak by rallying from 36 points down on the final day only to win by one point, which was the closest finish in the history of the NCAA swimming & diving championship.

The national championship was the second of Parini’s career.  The first came in 2001 when his women’s squad snapped Kenyon’s streak of 17-consecutive national titles in Buffalo, N.Y. In addition to his success in the coaching ranks, Parini’s career as an educator and Associate Professor at Denison has been equally impressive.  In May of 2011 he was honored by the Collegiate Swimming Coaches Association of America as the recipient of the National Collegiate and Scholastic Trophy which is the highest award bestowed by the CSCAA.  In 2007 he was awarded the Charles A. Brickman Teaching Excellence Award which is given annually to one faculty member who has demonstrated a vibrant interest in the learning process, as well as an understanding of teaching as a continuously evolving art form: someone who embraces the teaching and mentoring of students, not just as a profession, but as a calling.

Parini began his coaching career in 1984 as a volunteer assistant women's coach at Michigan State University where he earned his master’s in counseling psychology. Since then he has held coaching positions for the Upper Arlington Swim Club, Mount Union College and East Lansing High School.

He is a 1982 graduate of Kenyon College where he was a member of Jim Steen’s first national championship team in 1979. A tri-captain for the 1981-82 season, he led the team to its third NCAA crown in as many years. Parini was an 18-time All-American, a seven-time Division III National Champion, and left Kenyon with five national records. He was voted the team’s most valuable swimmer in 1981 and Senior Athlete of the Year in 1982 by the Lords athletic department.  In 2002 he was inducted into Kenyon College’s Athletic Hall of Fame.

In addition to his coaching efforts, Parini has also made an impact in the community of Granville. He is the founder, owner and director of The Swimming Clinic, a clinic for age-group swimmers. He is a volunteer Youth Baseball and Hockey coach for both the Granville Recreation Commission and the Newark Ice Hockey Association. He has served as a Youth Group Leader for the Trinity Episcopal Church. Also in Granville, he is the co-founder and co-director of the Red, White and Hoops Basketball Tournament for the Granville Recreation Commission.

Parini is currently a member of the College Swimming Coaches Association of America, the American Swimming Coaches Association, United States Swimming and the National Interscholastic Swimming Coaches Association.

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Constance Park Park, Constance Sue Park

Staff  |  Admissions Office
External Recruitment Coordinator
Beth Eden
Flr 2
740-587-6622
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Aimee Parsley-White Parsley-White, Aimee Parsley-White

Aimee Parsley-White
Staff  |  Whisler Center for Student Wellness
Administrative Assistant
Whisler Hall
740-587-6647
Degree(s): 
B.S., Ohio University
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Seth H. Patton Patton, Seth H. H. Patton

Patton, Seth H. H. Patton
Staff, Senior Administration  |  Finance & Management
Vice President, Finance & Management
Doane Administration
740-587-6262
Service: 
1979-Present
Degree(s): 
B.S.Ed., M.S.Ed., Bowling Green State University
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Zach Pavol Pavol, Zachary A. Pavol

Pavol, Zachary A. Pavol
Staff  |  Career Exploration & Development
Assistant Director Career Exploration & Development
Burton D. Morgan Center
307
740-587-6420
Service: 
2012-Present
Degree(s): 
B.S., M.E., Ohio University
Biography: 

Zach Pavol is dedicated to helping Denison students explore, identify and begin their ideal careers. Zach’s career service background includes experience at Ohio University and the Fisher College of Business at The Ohio State University. At both institutions, his primary responsibilities involved developing employer relationships and preparing students to successfully interact with recruiting employers. Before switching to a career in the higher education industry, Zach spent 5 years in the management consulting industry working with several Fortune 500 companies such as Nationwide, Sprint, Time Warner Cable, Fedex Kinkos and Bank of America.

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Jenny Pearlman Pearlman, Jennifer V. Pearlman

Jenny Pearlman
Staff  |  Student Development
Executive Assistant
Doane Administration
103
740-587-6208
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Beverly Peck Peck, Beverly Peck

Beverly Peck
Staff  |  Residential Education & Housing
Administrative Assistant - Student Development, Dean of Students
Doane Administration
101
740-587-6765
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Jacqueline Pelasky Pelasky, Jacqueline Pelasky

Pelasky, Jacqueline Pelasky
Staff  |  Art History & Visual Culture, Studio Art
Visual Resource Curator
Bryant Arts Center
503
740-587-6480
Biography: 

Jacqueline Pelasky has degrees in both Art History and Legal Sciences and an extensive photography background. She joined the Art and Art History Department in January 1999.  She is the Department's sole administrator of CONTENTdm (restricted to campus-only access), an always expanding database of nearly 50,000 fully-cataloged images.  She is responsible for the archiving and preservation of the Department's approximately 150,000 35mm slide collection, its collection of magic lantern slides as well as the management of its growing digital assets.  She oversees the Visual Resource Center, is web mistress of the Art History Program site, and is the graphic designer for the Program's event publicity and the Senior Symposium.  Ms. Pelasky has maintained professional memberships in the Visual Resources Association and  also the Art Libraries Society of North America since 1999.

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Greg Phlegar Phlegar, Greg G. Phlegar

Staff  |  Student Conduct & Campus Values
Associate Dean of Students and Director, Office of Student Conduct & Campus Values
Doane Administration
101D
740-587-6765
Service: 
2006-Present
Degree(s): 
B.A., College of Wooster; M.Ed., University of Louisville
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Ben Pickrell ’97 Pickrell, Ben Pickrell ’97

Ben Pickrell '97
Staff  |  Admissions Office
Senior Associate Director of Admissions
Beth Eden
740-587-6375
Service: 
1998-Present
Degree(s): 
B.A., Denison University
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Earl Pigg Pigg, Charles Earl Earl Pigg

Staff  |  Facilities Services
Building Services Assistant
Facilities Services
740-587-6264
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Scott Pohlman Pohlman, Scott Pohlman

Pohlman, Scott Pohlman
Staff  |  Big Red Athletics
Assistant Softball Coach
Mitchell Recreation and Athletics Center
740-587-5465
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Deb Price Price, Debra A. Price

Staff  |  Admissions Office
Records Analyst
Beth Eden
Flr 2
740-587-5708
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Meredith Pritchard Pritchard, Meredith Pritchard

Pritchard, Meredith Pritchard
Staff  |  Information Technology Services
BI Analyst
Fellows Hall
103D
740-587-5696
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Mary Prophet Prophet, Mary Webb Prophet

Mary Prophet
Staff  |  Library
Deputy Directory, Library
William Howard Doane Library
311
740-587-6512
Service: 
1980-Present
Degree(s): 
B.S., Alabama College; M.S., Wichita State University; M.L.S., Kent State University
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Bob Prycl Prycl, Robert William Prycl

Staff  |  Facilities Services
Stationary Engineer
Facilities Services
740-587-6264
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Sheryl Pustay Pustay, Sheryl J. Pustay

Pustay, Sheryl J. Pustay
Staff  |  Library
Library Associate III
William Howard Doane Library
301A
740-587-6295
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Diane L. Pyle Pyle, Diane L. L. Pyle

Pyle, Diane L. L. Pyle
Staff  |  Investment Office
Financial Analyst
Sigma Chi
300
740-587-5553
Service: 
1990-Present
Degree(s): 
Associate, University of Akron
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