David Alexander Tomczyk '02
B.A., Philosophy, Politics and Econ. (Religion minor); Brighton, Mich.
Omicron Delta Epsilon (National Economics Honorary); Omicron Delta Kappa (National Leadership Honorary); Pi Sigma Alpha (National Political Science Honorary); Department of Political Science Fellow; Who's Who Among American College and University Students; Mortar Board (National Service Honorary) - President; Service-Learning Advisory Committee - Student Representative; Denison Community Association Companions Program - Co-Chair; LEADS Swimming - Co-Chair; Humane Society; New Beginnings Women's Shelter - Volunteer; Homeless and Hunger; AIDS Task Force; Department of Physics - Astronomy Research Assistant; Office of Campus and Residential Life - Resident Assistant; Office of Religious Life - Chapel Associate; Denison Community Association - Vice President, Treasurer; Roman Catholic Association; Office of Financial Aid and Student Employment - Student Assistant; Department of Theatre - Assistant Manager, Box Office; United Way Youth Grant-Making Council Board Member (CHESP Grant); Campus SWOT Analysis; Denison Speech Team - Treasurer; Gymnastics Club - Treasurer; Newman Association - Treasurer; Big Red Anime Coalition - Treasurer; Church Choir - Assistant Sacrostan; Denison Television Network - Performer; Tai Chi - Assistant Instructor; .
Supporting comments: "David is currently the President of Mortar Board, a community service honorary for seniors, where he has helped to organize activities such as the Funky Chicken contest to benefit a local social service agency and the Big Red Cares Holiday Gift-Drive Program; Current Co-Chair of the DCA Companions program and a member for the past three years, David helps to bring local middle schoolers to Denison every week to show them that college is a viable option for them; he is an accomplished community builder and peer helper, especially with regard to assisting students with their emotional concerns; there are very few activities at Denison with which he has just "been involved," instead he is someone who is frequently looking for ways to make an activity better, either by expanding upon an existing program or by offering to serve a group in a leadership capacity; when a need is identified, David does not complain about it, but instead does something about it; he has always worked to improve Denison and the surrounding community."