Julia Hall Wynn of Falls Church was awarded a Bachelor of Arts, summa cum laude, degree this May from Denison University. Wynn graduated with majors in communication and in sociology/anthropology. A consistent dean’s list student, she received the Kenneth I. Brown Scholarship, the Denison Founders Scholarship, the John P. Levis Jr. Award for Highest Ranking Speech Major, and the Reader’s Digest Foundation Scholarship. She is also a member of Phi Beta Kappa.
Wynn conducted research on a project titled “Idealized Unity: The Social Complexity of Bipartisanship as a Medium for Ideology and Manipulation” and studied abroad with the Arcadia College of Global Studies Program in South Africa. She was a department fellow and senior fellow for the sociology/anthropology department and a member of the dance team. She was on the senior class gift committee and was a student fundraising assistant for the annual fund. Wynn is a member of Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority, for which she was event chairman. After graduation, she will intern with the Progressive States Network followed by a fellowship with the Ohio legislative Service Commission.