Julie Corbett '04
B.A. International Studies; Hinesburg, Vt.
Sociology/Anthropology Department Fellow, Teaching Assistant; Provost Scholar; Emeritus Faculty Scholar; Martha S. Fuller Scholar; Greek Community Service Award; Sociology/Anthropology Forum - President; Student Activities Council - Secretary and Executive Board Member; New Beginnings - Chair of Community Service; Humane Society; Alpha Chi Omega Sorority - Chair of Nominating Committee; Theater Scene Shop - Work-Study; School for International Training - Managua, Nicaragua; Eastern Illinois University - Summer Archaeology, Walhain Castle, Belgium
Supporting comments: "I cannot say enough about the leadership roles that Julie has assumed on Denison's campus through governance, department, and student organizations, as well as off campus through the Denison Community Association. I have observed her dynamic and tireless organization of students on campus to work with children residing at New Beginnings. Similarly, I have never seen a more active President of The Forum - the Sociology/Anthropology student organization. In her year as chair, Julie assumed leadership in a number of projects including spearheading a community-wide dinner, and student attendance at a number of regional professional conferences. In Julie, I see a creative and motivated student who enjoys problem solving, efficiency, and progress. She has been a student leader and a community servant. One of her lasting impacts will be her dedicated work with children and families at New Beginnings. She will be remembered for her contributions as a caring representative of Denison to the neighboring community and beyond."