Ann Staubach '04
B.S. Biochemistry; Madiera, Ohio
Mortar Board - President; American Chemical Society Outstanding Junior Chemistry Award; Sigma Xi - Best Student Biology Summer Research; Chemistry and Biochemistry Senior Fellow; University of Cincinnati Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship; American Heart Association Undergraduate Summer Student Research Fellowship; Woodland Chemistry Essay - First Place; Dean's List; Honors Program; Superior Performance in General Physics; Heritage Scholar; Ohio Academic Scholar; Cincinnati Scholarship Foundation Scholar; Albert and Ida D. Davidson Scholar; NCAC All-Tournament Team - Basketball; Denison Community Association - Colleges Against Cancer - President, Vice President, Chair; Student Athletic Advisory Committee - President; NCAC Secretary; Student Activities Council - Comedy Committee; Denison Chemical Society; Varsity Women's Basketball - Captain; Varsity Volleyball; Youth Engaged in Service Clubhouse; Success Through Assisting Youth Program; Chemistry Department - Tutor; Student Host; Relay for Life - Ceremonies Committee, Advertising Committee
Supporting comments: "Her flexible mind, her almost intuitive grasp of the research approach to learning, and her ability to function effectively in a complex lab environment---she has a maturity and comfort level in living the scientific life that is exceptional. She combines her love of learning with a passion for service. Ann is firmly devoted to serve those who are less fortunate than she, and in particular to cancer patients. What stands out the most about Ann's leadership as President of the Student Athletic Advisory Committee is that she truly empowers the members to take ownership of the committee. Ann's active engagement in many aspects of campus life also includes athletic excellence in basketball where she earned recognition for her outstanding play by being named to the NCAC All tournament team. Ann displays rare maturity and leadership in her scholastic achievements, and she is driven to combine her interest in biochemistry with compassion for cancer victims as she moves forward in her biomedical education."