Elizabeth Prueter '04
B.A. English Literature and Classical Civilizations (Latin Minor); Chesterland, Ohio
Provost Scholar; Dean's List; Honors Program; McCann Scholarship for Excellence in English; Ohio Classical Conference Scholar; Eta Sigma Phi Honorary; Young Scholar Summer Research Grant; Fall 2002 Ohio Classical Conference - Presenter; Classics Department Fellow; Phi Society (Sophomore Honorary); Mortar Board - Treasurer, Chair of Fundraising Committee; Admissions Office - Host, Tour Guide Coordinator; Latin Tutor; America Reads; Classics Department Search Committee; DCA - Girl Scout Committee - Chair; August Orientation - Student Staff Leader; Personnel Committee; Rape Survivor Advocate; New Beginnings Domestic Violence Shelter; Articulate - Editorial Board Member; Ludus; Judy Magazine - Writer, Layout Committee; Ephemeris - Editor, Founder; Big Brothers/Big Sisters - Mentor
Supporting comments: "Betsy always seems to have a smile on her face. She is a team player and always ready to step up to bat. She leads by example and through encouragement and is not afraid to make difficult decisions or handle confrontation when necessary. She has truly been a leader on campus who will leave Denison a better place than she found it. She has been one of the most active students in the Classics Department, whether tutoring as a Departmental Fellow or most recently participating in the search process for a sabbatical replacement. In addition, she is an active member of the student organization, LUDUS, and a founding editor of our undergraduate classics journal, Ephemeris. Anyone who knows Betsy knows her energy and enthusiasm. Beyond helping to invigorate Classics, since her first year at Denison, Betsy has been a tireless worker as a Host and Tour Guide for the Admissions Office where her impressive abilities recently landed her the job of Tour Guide Coordinator, the first student to hold this new position. Her organizational skills are complemented by a sincere commitment to service and an obvious compassion for those who are disadvantaged. She is a woman who has made a difference on campus and in the surrounding community."