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August 18, 2014
Rest in peace.
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November 8, 2006
I was shocked to hear the news of Denice's death, and am writing with tears in my eyes after learning of the details surrounding it.

I remember Denice from MIT, and was struck by her commitment to women in engineering, and to her future in Academia. When I was a freshman, she gave a January session class in electronics for women. Her motive wasn't pay or credit - she wanted to have more women go into Electrical Engineering. I also remember her speaking to a group of new women graduate students, and how she spoke of a desire to become a professor - to be able to do ones own research without having to report to shareholders. Those words have stayed with me to this day. My condolences to her family.
November 1, 2006
My condolences to the family and friends of Denice Denton. I graduated from the UW before she became dean for the college of engineering but have kept up with what she has done through the UW alumini magazine and news letters. She was an incredible person for which I've admired from afar. I am sadden to think that she is no longer with us but I'm sure she will remain in our thoughts and memories.
July 14, 2006
Denice, Words really can't express the sadness I feel at the passing of such a strong, devoted - truly honest - leader. Your life and passing is a lesson to every new female academic, to any diverse person who tries to work within the system. Rest in peace.
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