Julie Rogers '07
B.A. Theatre; Upper Montclair, N.J.
Honors Program; Mortar Board; Omicron Delta Kappa (Leadership Honorary); Theta Alpha Phi (Historian, Theatre Honorary); Order of Omega (Greek Honorary) - Secretary; Lambda Alpha (Anthropology Honorary); Alpha Kappa Delta (International Sociology Honor Society); Heritage Scholarship; Edward A. Wright Scholarship; Young Summer Scholar; Office of Admissions - Senior Interviewer; Fundacion Don Bosco, Cuernavaca, Mexico - English Instructor; Office of Campus and Residential Life - Resident Assistant; Amnesty International - Vice President; La Sobremesa (Spanish Conversation Group) - Founder/ President; Department of Music - Singers Theatre Workshop - Performer; Department of Theatre - Dramaturge, Playwright; Ladies' Night Out - Soloist, Communications, Historian, Alumnae Relations Chair; Denison Religious Understanding; Quest - Facilitator, Planning Committee; Kappa Kappa Gamma - Dayhead for Philanthropy Round; LeaderShape Institute
Supporting comments: "A strong voice in seminar discussions and Ladies Night Out, a key organizer in artistic projects in the theatre department, Julie is an exemplary member of the Denison community. She is unique among her peers of theatre majors in that her primary area of interest is not production or performance, but dramaturgy, new works creation, and education. Julie has displayed an uncommon maturity, integrating and discussing sensitive artistic issues with faculty and guest artists, teaching her student colleagues, and adapting to a new situation every time she engages in her scholarly/artistic process. Julie's passion and dedication are to the study of the theatre as a means to explore and expose culture and ideas and the use of theatrical techniques to engage in cross-cultural teaching and dialogue. Julie is committed to creating an inclusive educational environment for our community and has had a powerful and lasting impact on her peers at Denison."