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Shelly joined the Denison team in 2001 and is currently the administrative assistant in the donor relations and stewardship office. During her first nine years at the college, she worked in the Annual Fund and Conference Services areas.
Steve Terry is the Director of Enterprise Applications at Denison University. Steve was previously the Director of Technology Utilization at the University of Memphis where he focused on cloud strategies, strategic planning and helping the University integrate with new or emerging technologies. While at Memphis, major projects included serving on the University's implementation team that integrated the full-suite of Ellucian's Banner products; led the development of an enterprise document imaging system, served as the IT leader with the implementation of a new Integrated Library System (ILS)and implemented two enterprise CRM solutions.
Prior to coming to the University of Memphis in 2001, Steve worked for over ten years with the City of New York in a variety of IT leadership roles. Before becoming a public servant for the City of New York, Steve worked for several large, non-profit arts institutions including, the Metropolitan Opera and City Center Theater.
Steve holds a MFA from Trinity University and a BFA from the University of Mississippi.
Phil Torrens has been the head cross country coach at Denison since 1979 and is the longest tenured head coach in the athletic department. Torrens’ teams have won multiple North Coast Athletic Conference championships and he is a multi-time conference coach of the year recipient. Torrens also serves as an assistant coach with the men’s and women’s track & field teams at Denison.
Torrens graduated from Muskingum College in 1968. He began his coaching career at Utica High School from 1968-1972 and continued at Newark High School from 1972-1979. In 1979, he accepted the opportunity to come to Denison as head cross country coach and assistant track coach.
In order to further his coaching expertise, Torrens has completed the TAC Level II training seminars held at the Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs. He has also served as an official at the NCAA Division III Indoor and Outdoor Championships at various times over the last 25 years.
Scott directs the strategy, development and implementation of Denison's public digital presence (web, social and mobile). Previously, he planned and produced websites for a diverse group of clients. He has worked with musician Steve Winwood, Chicago.com, Illinois.com and Guitar.com, among others. In 2008, Scott published his first book, A Colossal Hoax (Rowman & Littlefield). He graduated with honors in history from Harvard College, and he holds an A.M. in American civilization from Brown University.