Dr. Dow is interested in various aspects of children's social cognitive development and functioning, particularly symbolic representation, memory, and literacy. Joining the faculty in 1993, she teaches courses in introductory psychology, child development, and adolescence.
Kim Hitchcock is the Assistant to the Director of the Campus Leadership & Involvement Center (CLIC). Prior to coming to the CLIC, Kim was an office assistant in Office Services here at Denison.
Kim oversees the paraprofessional staff in CLIC (called the CLICkers), works with campus organization leaders on registration and renewal, forms, key requests, and the Involvement Fair and manages office budgets. Kim also originates event publicity for our office-sponsored events through the Summer Programming Calendar and This Week on Campus.
Kim is married and has three children. She spends her free time with family and enjoys going to sporting events and scrapbooking with friends.
Susie Kalinoski is the Associate Director of Service-Learning and is advisor for DCA groups and community partnerships.
Matthew Vetter joined Denison as the Assistant Director for Campus Leadership & Involvement. In this role, Vetter's responsibilities include oversight of campus organizations and promoting student programming, carried out through advising the University Programming Council, DCGA Finance Committee, and DCGA Rules Committee. Vetter moved to Ohio from Louisville where he worked previously at Bellarmine University and received a M.Ed. in College Student Personnel from the University of Louisville. He also holds a M.A. in Psychology from Transylvania University in Lexington, Kentucky. At home Vetter enjoy reading, gardening, playing rugby, and spending time with his partner and scottish terrier.