Alison Nitzsche '07
B.A. Sociology/Anthropology, Art History; Wooster, Ohio
School for International Training, Cape Town, South Africa; Heritage Scholarship Recipient, Honors Program, Phi Society (Freshman Honorary), Rho Lambda, Nan Nowik Award, Department of Sociology/ Anthropology - Research Assistant, Fellow; Marimac Scholar; Michele Myer Intern; Sharon L. Hart Gift for Women in Art History; Alumnae Endowed Scholarship; Omicron Delta Kappa (Leadership Honorary); Fulbright Finalist; Eastern Sociological Society - Most Outstanding Poster; Department of Art - Slide Library Assistant, Research Assistant; Denison Art Gallery - Exhibition Reception Assistant; Young Scholar Award; Kappa Alpha Theta - Nominating Committee, Membership Development, Recording Secretary, Scholarship Chair; Office of Campus and Residential Life - Resident Assistant; Office of Academic Support and Enrichment - S/A Tutor; Office of Admissions - Student Host, Panelist; Sociology/ Anthropology Forum - Vice President; LeaderShape Institute; Orchestra - Principle Clarinetist; Sustained Dialogue; Denison Democrats; Safezone - Counselor; Lambda Alpha - Co-Founder
Supporting comments: "Alison cares deeply about community and she works diligently to make a difference. She has a passion for working with non-profit organizations especially as their goals relate to third-world countries. She has modeled her values in class and in her work with her sorority. A highly motivated and creative student, she leads in the classroom by raising thoughtful and insightful questions effectively raising the bar for quality of discussion. An active member of Sustained Dialogue and Safezone, Alison's leadership has been important in fostering an environment free from oppression based on sexual orientation and in addressing racial diversity and race relations on campus."