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Startup entrepreneur Nick Yehle ’20 is guided to his goal with help from Denison’s Red Frame Lab
An associate for Copley Equity Partners in Boston, Wills Hutras ’20 talks about why the Global Commerce major was a great fit for his career.
Lucy Carlisle ‘20 launched her own business after graduating. She started years earlier with three internships and a opportunity-packed college career.
Musical composer Bryan Blaskie ‘09 shares his thoughts about the bright lights of Broadway and why getting a bad grade can actually be a good thing.
Philosophy major Rob Moore ‘12 is the principal for Scioto Analysis, a public policy analysis firm based in Columbus, Ohio.
KC Crain has been named CEO of Crain Communications Inc., the Detroit-based, family-owned media company of more than 20 publications.
via European Rubber Journal
When Tima Kaba ‘19 returned from a post-graduate fellowship in Tanzania, she was unemployed and uncertain of the future. Today, she is in her dream job.
When COVID-19 struck, Caileigh Marshall ’19 became part of a national effort to produce the gold standard of respirators for healthcare practitioners.
Working with individuals in recovery has been one of the most rewarding experiences of my career says Dr. Matthew Christiansen ‘05 (Biology major).
via WVVA NBC
Claudia Sahm ‘98, a Director at the Washington Center for Equitable Growth, and creator of the Sahm Rule recession indicator, on Bloomberg Radio.
via Ritholtz.com
Cinema major Logan Floyd ‘16 is in L.A. pursuing his dream of storytelling through cinematography. Next stop, an MFA at American Film Institute.
via Voyage L.A.
Marie (Smith) Webb ‘96 has been named the Chief Talent & Inclusion Officer for EPB, an energy company in Tennessee.
via chattanoogan.com
“Leaders embrace ownership,” says History major and former Marine Ben Minor 03, one of five life leadership lessons he shares.
via Thrive Global
Dr. Sophia French ‘11, a child neurologist at Oregon Health and Science University, explains a new study about alcohol/tobacco use while pregnant.
via Neurologyinsights.com
Anna Spain Bradley ‘99, an expert in international law and human rights has been named vice chancellor for equity, diversity & inclusion at UCLA.
via UCLA
Jazz Pharmaceuticals today announced the appointment of Kim Sablich ‘90 as executive vice president, general manager of North America.
via Bingham News
University of Colorado Law School Professor Anna Spain Bradley ‘99 has been elected to Council on Foreign Relations.
via Colorado School of Law
Television journalist Niyah Gonzalez ‘16 will join Todd Unger as the news anchor for KXXV’s 5, 6 and 10 p.m. newscasts in Waco, Texas.
via The Waco Tribune
Goldman Sachs partner Heather Bellini ‘91 is one of Barron’s 100 most influential women in finance.
via Barron's
International student Alvaro Magaña found success in the classroom — and a great career.
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Dan Ewen ’96 had to keep faith in his work for more than a decade for Playing with Fire, a 96-minute movie that took more than 12 years to make.
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Screen playwright Jeffrey Hatcher ‘80 shares behind-the-scenes intel about “the Good Liar,” starring Helen Mirren and Ian McKellen
via Weirton Daily Times
‘Playing With Fire,’ the latest movie from writer and comedian Dan Ewen ‘96, just hit the screens.
via Walden media
Antics on the Chicago Bulls’ basketball court got SNL’s Alex Moffat ‘04 noticed.
via Chicago Tribune
Lauren Hannan Shafer ‘88 has just been named CEO of Cincinnati’s ArtWorks, a nonprofit that employs youth to create art and community impact.
via Cincinnati Business First
Former Merrill Lynch advisor William McKeever ‘77 has new passions - as author, documentary filmmaker & founder of a nonprofit to benefit oceans.
via 27East.com
Nashville Public Schools honored Judge Richard Dinkins ‘74 with the Nelson C. Andrews Distinguished Service Award for “esteemed career of service.”
via Nashville Public Education Foundation
Powered by DU Cinema alums, videography firm Loose Films is finding success in Columbus and in cities across the world.
via Spectrum News
Ellen Degeneres is bringing “How to Get Run Over by a Truck” by Katie McKenna ‘04 to CW TV.
via Variety
Artist and professor Jamie Olivier ‘94 has been appointed to the Kansas Creative Arts Industries Commission
via Hays Post
Mo Stemen ‘07 shares some stories and tips (hobbies can become a business) from her vantage point inside the production of “The Lion King”
Dance major Connie Bergstein Dow ‘73 wants to engage children with dance through her book, “From A to Z with Energy! 26 Ways to Move and Play.”
via Free Spirit Publishing
Jimmy Fennessey ’19 has been awarded a prestigious Boren Scholarship to study in Jordan during the 2019-20 academic year.
Cinema major Robert Levine ‘00 is co-writer and executive producer for a new FX series, “The Old Man,” starring Jeff Bridges.
via Variety
Ted Kolva ‘84 played lacrosse and majored in economics at Denison. He coached under Tommy Thompsen & today he’s the “Gym Boss.”
via The Reading Eagle
Judge Richard Dinkins, a member of the Denison University Class of 1974, has been honored with the Nelson C. Andrews Distinguished Service Award.
Fresh food Entrepreneur LaForce Baker ‘10 makes the Chicago Crain’s 20 In Their 20s list.
via Crain's Chicago Business
Roanoke College has appointed Melanie Wine Tolan ‘91 as executive director of Marketing and Communications.
via Yahoo Finance
Entrepreneur LaForce Baker ‘10 wants to “make healthy food that tastes good more accessible to people.”
via L.A. Times
David Michaels ‘03 combines his econ and theatre backgrounds as director of production and business development for Animation Express.
via AnimationExpress.com
Lizzie Kunkle ’14 has earned her stripes in the cinema world — today she’s working on watercooler-buzz like ‘The Ted Bundy Tapes.’
Expertise developed as a religion major have sustained Abigail Pringle ’96, Chief Global Development Officer at Wendy’s International.
Emily Merrell, founder of networking group Six Degrees Society, shares networking tips for your career and community work.
via The Do List
C.L. Lindsay III ‘93 founded CO-STAR national students’ rights organization helping 1000s of college students with legal problems at no expense.
via Ashland Source
Life happens. Whether you’re at a crossroads or just looking ahead, make a plan through the Designing Your Next Five workshop - especially for DU alums.
Lucy Reynolds ’94 helps people all over the world discover how to connect their life with their passion.
Joey Aich (Denison’s Joey Holbert ‘16) is making music and finding his voice in Columbus.
via Columbus Alive
Houston’s new book “Deep Creek: Finding Hope in the High Country,” is an “elegy to the disappearing wild places on Earth.”
via The Spokesman-Review