Denison University alumni

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  1. Ademir Kenovic

    Ademir Kenovic

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    Ademir Kenović (born 14 September 1950 in Sarajevo) is a Bosnian film director and producer. He graduated from the University of Sarajevo in 1969. In 1972-1973 he studied film, English literature and art at the Denison University in Ohio. His films include Kuduz (1989) and It's Hard to be Nice (2007). His 1997 work The Perfect Circle won the François Chalais Prize.


  2. Ann Magnuson

    Ann Magnuson

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    Actress, performance artist, singer

  3. Aug. F. Foerste

    Aug. F. Foerste

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    Paleontologist

  4. Bill Giles (baseball)

    Bill Giles (baseball)

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    American sports businessman

  5. Bobby Rahal

    Bobby Rahal

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    American open-wheel racing driver

  6. Boyd Chambers

    Boyd Chambers

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    American football, basketball, and baseball coach, college athletic administrator

  7. Brad Blum

    Brad Blum

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    Brad Blum (born 1954) was the CEO of Burger King from December 2002 to July 2, 2004. He joined the company from Darden Restaurants where he had headed the Olive Garden unit, but left after only 18 months citing strategic differences with Burger King's board. Blum's successor, Greg Brenneman, was appointed on August 1, 2004. Blum's hometown is Cincinnati, Ohio. His hobby is auto racing. He was the CEO of Romano's Macaroni Grill from Dec 2008 to July 2010.


  8. Bruce Cumings

    Bruce Cumings

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    American, Historian

  9. Carty Finkbeiner

    Carty Finkbeiner

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    an American Democratic politician who is the current mayor of Toledo, Ohio

  10. Christopher Atkins

    Christopher Atkins

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    Actor

  11. Cornelius S. Hamilton

    Cornelius S. Hamilton

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    American politician

  12. Daniel Meyer (conductor)

    Daniel Meyer (conductor)

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    American, Musician

  13. Dick Wehr

    Dick Wehr

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    Richard Wade "Dick" Wehr (December 9, 1925 – December 1, 2011) was an American professional basketball player and college coach. Wehr was selected in the 1948 BAA Draft by the Indianapolis Jets after a collegiate career at Rice. He played for the Jets in only nine total games, recording 12 points and 3 assists.


  14. Douglas A. Boyd

    Douglas A. Boyd

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    Historian

  15. Ed Weber

    Ed Weber

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    American politician

  16. Edgar J. Goodspeed

    Edgar J. Goodspeed

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    American theologian and scholar of Greek and the New Testament

  17. Edmund Burke Fairfield

    Edmund Burke Fairfield

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    American politician

  18. Edward Andrew Deeds

    Edward Andrew Deeds

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    American, Inventor

  19. Erastus B. Tyler

    Erastus B. Tyler

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    Union Army general

  20. Ernest DeWitt Burton

    Ernest DeWitt Burton

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    American, Educator

  21. Frank Justus Miller

    Frank Justus Miller

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    Translator and university administrator

  22. Frederick German Detweiler

    Frederick German Detweiler

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    Frederick German Detweiler (1881-1960) was an American sociologist and expert on race relations, best known for his 1922 book The Negro Press in the United States, published by University of Chicago Press. At the time of his death he was Professor Emeritus of Sociology at Denison University and a Fellow Emeritus of the American Sociological Association.


  23. George Amos Dorsey

    George Amos Dorsey

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    ethnographer of North American Indians, especially the Mandan tribe

  24. George Bliss (Congressman)

    George Bliss (Congressman)

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    akron congressman

  25. George Bodenheimer

    George Bodenheimer

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    George Bodenheimer (born May 6, 1958) is the former president of ESPN Inc. and of ABC's sports division, known since 2006 as ESPN on ABC. He was president of ESPN since November 19, 1998 and of the former ABC Sports since March 3, 2003. As president of ESPN, he launched: ESPNHD, ESPN2HD, ESPN Plus, ESPN PPV, ESPN3, ESPN Motion, ESPNU, ESPN Deportes. As of October, 2011 Bodenheimer was replaced by John Skipper.


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