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June-July 2013

PEG BRADLEY-DOPPES NAMED DI-AAA ADA PRESIDENT FOR 2013-2014

bradley-doppes(July 23, 2013) DU's vice chancellor for athletics and recreation, Peg Bradley-Doppes, was chosen by the members of the Division I-AAA Athletics Directors Association (DI-AAA ADA) to serve as president for 2013-2014.

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ALUMNUS PHIL VAUGHN HONORS MARGRET KORZUS WITH FLAG AT U.S. CAPITOL

(July 9, 2013) Margret Korzus, retired associate dean of admission, has been connected to DU for nearly 47 years. She was an undergraduate student here when Mrs. Lyndon B. Johnson planted the Pin Oak tree by Evans Chapel. She was here the day President Kennedy was assassinated (and graduated the day after). She returned to pursue her PhD, teach English, work in the Office of Communication and finally land in the Admission Office.

Margret Korzus and alumnus Phil VaughnAlumnus Phil Vaughn served as a volunteer for DU's admission office to help recruit students, where he became acquainted with Margret, who was the admission staff member responsible for organizing and training volunteers at the time. Upon her retirement this year, Phil arranged for a flag to fly for one day at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C., in her honor. He presented her with the flag at her retirement reception last month.

Read more about Margret's reflections on her time at DU.

ATHLETICS PROMOTIONS

(June 11, 2013) Christian Thompson has been named as the head coach of the University of Denver women's tennis program.

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(June 11, 2013) Cindi Nagai, associate athletic director for student support services, community relations and diversity, has been appointed senior women's administrator for the DU's Athletics Department.

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RETIREMENT CELEBRATION FOR MARGRET KORZUS – JUNE 19, 3 P.M.

Margret Korzus(June 4, 2013) While we are saddened to see a cherished colleague and esteemed professional retire from the admission profession, we are thrilled to honor Margret Korzus, associate dean of admission, in the celebration of her retirement.