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She will complete a M.B.A. degree from Kelley School of Business, Indiana University, through its business of medicine program in August 2015. (See photo.)

2006

Helen (Carlson) and Brenton A. Shultz announce the birth of their daughter, Jillian Cate Shultz, Nov. 26, 2014. Helen’s email address is helen.shultz@gmail.com. Brent’s email address is brent.shultz@ gmail.com. Brian J. Culp and Maggie C. Tresslar were married Sept. 20, 2014, in Indianapolis. They live in Chicago. Brian is an associate creative director at Mcgarrybowen, an advertising agency. His email address is brian.culp@gmail. com. (See photo, page 55.)

Julie Verkamp Clary ’05

Audrey E. Gehlhausen guides rafting expeditions on the Middle Fork of the Salmon River in Idaho and on the Colorado River in the Grand Canyon. She also guides cross-country skiing in the Yellowstone area during winters. Tusha Mittal was among four 2015 recipients of a Foreign Press Association Scholarship Fund, which supports development of the next generation of international reporters. Tusha is a graduate of Columbia University School of Journalism.

JOEL A. DART ’07 has worked in the language of computers since middle school, but now he is using it in a completely new way. He links computer code and poetry through the concept of prototypal inheritance in JavaScript (JS), a language used by Web browsers to control actions that happen without reloading the page. Joel is the first to use JS and the language’s functionality as a foundation in the lyrical arts. He has completed seven poems and is making waves in the JavaScript community. In 2013 he traveled to Berlin to present his poetry at a European JS conference. His wife, KATHRYN BARNES DART ’06 is a visual artist, and they worked together using his code poems and her encaustic art to create an installation show, “poetry.js: Code as Art,” which opened at The Harrison Center for the Arts in Indianapolis in February 2015. Kathryn used cubes as the main motif “because code is like building blocks.” She used more than 190 pounds of beeswax to create more than 4,000 cubes for five framed works and one massive installation piece.

Laura B. Sahm ’09

Matthew D. Stone is a software engineer for the Louisville (Ky.)-based technology startup Red e App.

2007

2008

Elizabeth S. Ackermann and Patrick K. Hogan were married Sept. 6, 2014, in Cincinnati. Elizabeth’s email address is esahogan@ gmail.com. (See photo, page 55.) Lauren Auld Capozza joined the dental practice of Nannette R. Sherman in West Chester, Ohio. She is on the attending staff at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center where she supervises and teaches residents.

Photo: KIWI Photography

Jill D. Turner is director of Ripple River Strings, a community orchestra in central Minnesota. Jill is a first-grade music teacher at Riverside Elementary School in Brainerd, Minn., and teaches private lessons in violin, viola, cello and bass.

ALUMNI REUNION WEEKEND 2015 – Members of the Class of 2010 Row 1: Maria I. Schwartzman; Adam M. Gilbert; John C. Cook; Andrew “B.K.” Smith; Joseph “Joe” C. Evans; Benjamin “Ben” A. Eckler; Annie S. Tierney; Maureen “Mo” S. Taylor. Row 2: Jason H. Seitz; Grace B. Atwater; Andrea M. Stathopoulos; Kristen L. Kane; Carolyn M. Tubekis; Greer C. Mackie; Lauren A. Pucci; Alexandra (Daniels) Durham; Courtney R. Knies; Laura A. Pearce. Row 3: Eric R. Jenkins; Stefan D. Freed; Stephanie (Bradburn) Freed; Caroline E. Tell; Elizabeth B. Guess; Kaitlyn M. Johnson; Rebecca “Becky” A. Rasor; Elizabeth M. Potter; Caroline E. Baker; Katherine “Kate” (Carrico) Broshears; Dayna E. Brownfield. Row 4: Brendan “Kyle” Kerrigan; Charles “Charlie” F. Boehme; John R. Herrick; Brian K. Lawless; Rebecca “Becky” L. Trowbridge; Hallie Anne Fischer; Lauren E. Wesley; Melissa J. Yahne; Morgan E. Grant; Danielle R. Jaegers.

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Profile for DePauw University Publications

DePauw Magazine Summer 2015  

Elisa Villanueva Beard, Honor Scholars and First-Gen Students

DePauw Magazine Summer 2015  

Elisa Villanueva Beard, Honor Scholars and First-Gen Students