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Carianne Meng Meng, Carianne Meng

Carianne Meng
Staff  |  Residential Education & Housing
Assistant Director, Residential Education
740-587-5709
Service: 
2013-Present
Degree(s): 
B.A., Augustana College; M.A., McKendree University
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Joyce Meredith Meredith, Joyce Meredith

Joyce Meredith
Staff, Senior Administration  |  President's Office
Special Assistant to President & Chief of Staff
Doane Administration
203
740-587-6515
Service: 
2004-Present
Degree(s): 
B.S., M.S., Purdue University; Ph.D., Ohio State University
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Margaret Meriwether Meriwether, Margaret Meriwether

Emeriti Faculty  |  History
Professor Emeritus
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Joyce Merrilees Merrilees, Joyce K. Merrilees

Staff  |  Theatre
Costume Shop Supervisor
Theatre Arts Building - Ace Morgan Theatre
Costume Shop
740-587-6717
Degree(s): 
B.S., Ohio State University
Biography: 

Joyce Merrilees received a Bachelor of Science in Textiles and Clothing from The Ohio State University and has been in charge of costume realization for Denison's Theatre Department since fall of 2001.  As Supervisor of the Costume Shop, Joyce guides the student staff to become proficient in the craft of sewing and makes the designs of the staff or visiting costume designer a reality on stage.  She also maintains a custom sewing and tailoring business in Granville.

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Randy Metcalf Metcalf, Randall David Metcalf

Staff  |  Facilities Services
Building Services Assistant
Facilities Services
740-587-6264
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Christine Mick Mick, Christine Naomi Mick

Staff  |  Facilities Services
Building Services Assistant
Facilities Services
740-587-6264
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Michael Mickelson Mickelson, Michael Mickelson

Emeriti Staff  |  Astronomy, Physics
Professor Emeritus
Degree(s): 
B.S. from The Ohio State University Ph.D. from The Ohio State University
Biography: 

Professor Mickelson retired from the Physics Department in May 2001.  He later worked for the Honors Program as Director of Post Graduate Fellowships.  He retired from that position in May of 2007.  He continues to persue research in the fields of Laser Spectrocopy of Molcules important to the atmospheres of the Giant Planets.  Current projects include the rotation-vibration bands of molecular hydrogen, hydrogen deuteride, and the deuterium molecule.  He is also doing research in archaeoastronomy.  Current projects include research on the alignments of Greek Temples and their relationship to Greek Calendars.  He has taught cousres in Electronics, Experimental Physics, Optics, Astronomy, Electromagnetism, Mechanics, Quantum Mechanics, and Physics for Liberal Arts Students such as “From Quark to Cosmos” and courses in Archaeoastonomy which included field research in Ohio and Greece.

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Alan Miller Miller, Alan Dean Miller

Miller, Alan Dean Miller
Faculty  |  Communication
Visiting Instructor (part-time)
Higley Hall
009
740-587-8520
Service: 
1999-Present
Degree(s): 
B.A., M.S., Ohio University
Biography: 

Instructor Alan D. Miller joined the faculty at Denison in 1999. He earned bachelor's and master's degrees in journalism at Ohio University and teaches courses in journalism. He also advises the student newspaper, The Denisonian. Outside Denison, Miller is Managing Editor for News for The Columbus Dispatch, president-elect of the Associated Press Society of Ohio and a member of the professional advisory board at the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism at Ohio University.

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Carol Miller Miller, Carol J. Miller

Carol Miller
Staff  |  Library
Library Associate II
William Howard Doane Library
E315
740-587-6729
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Dave Miller Miller, David W. Miller

Staff  |  Facilities Services
Building Services Assistant
Facilities Services
740-587-6264
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Gill Wright Miller ’74 Miller, Gill Wright Wright Miller ’74

Gill Wright Miller '74
Faculty  |  Dance, Environmental Studies, Women’s Studies
Associate Professor & Chair (Dance)
Doane Dance Building
102
740-587-6766
1977
1981
Service: 
1976-1977, 1981-Present
Degree(s): 
B.F.A., Denison University; M.A., Wesleyan University; Ph.D., New York University
Biography: 

Dr. Gill Wright Miller, Associate Professor of Dance and Women's Studies, has been at Denison full-time since 1981. Dr. Miller earned her PhD from New York University in Dance and Women's Studies, her MA from Wesleyan University in Movement Studies, and her BFA in Performance from Denison University.

Dr. Miller's written research concerns public constructions of the pregnant body, healing from a developmental movement base, and body politics in general. She is highly involved in the world of experiential anatomy, most specifically Body-Mind Centering. She has received several grants for her work, including a major grant from the University of Minnesota, in “Embodied Research.” She accepted the coveted Arnold Professorship at Whitman College in Washington for Spring 2009. Her most recent book, Exploring Body-Mind Centering: An Anthology in Experience and Method, was published in 2011, and she is the author of many essays, including the 2011 publications of “Women in Dance” in The Encyclopedia of Women in Today's World and “Creativity and Mothering” in The Encyclopedia of Motherhood.” This past year, Dr. Miller published a chapter called “The Transmission of African-American Concert and American Jazz Dance” in Jazz Dance: Roots and Branches (Oliver and Guarino, 2013.) She is also compiling an anthology on African dance. Dr. Miller is currently working on an essay on research and methodology in dance studies and a second book on Somatics and the Body Movement in the United States, tentatively titled Pedagogies of the Body.

Dr. Miller teaches coursework in somatics, movement analysis, and cultural studies. Besides teaching somatics (including work from Ideokinesis, Bartenieff Fundamentals and Basic Neurocellular Patterns from Body-Mind Centering) and movement analysis (including reconstructing sections of works by Humphrey, Weidman, Limon, Cunningham, and others) every year, her recent courses include topics in dance's cultural studies, such “Modernism ReComposed,” “Postmodernism in Dance,” and “African-American Concert Dance,” and “The Body in Performance.”

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Jason Miller Miller, Jason M. Miller

Miller, Jason M. Miller
Staff  |  Big Red Athletics
Assistant Sports Information Director
Mitchell Recreation and Athletics Center
211
740-587-8644
Service: 
2008-Present
Degree(s): 
B.A., Muskingum College
Biography: 

Jason Miller has been employed as the assistant sports information director since 2008. In his role he is involved in the daily operation of the Big Red's 23 varsity sports.

Miller serves as the Director of the Denison Sports Network, which includes hiring and evaluating on-air talent, and scheduling broadcast teams throughout the three athletic seasons. In addition to assisting in the hosting of varies North Coast Athletic Conference Championship events and three NCAA Championship events, he has helped promote numerous all-conference, all-region and All-American award winners.

Before his arrival in Granville, Miller served as a full-time sports journalist for The Daily Jeffersonian in his hometown of Cambridge, Ohio. While employed at the newspaper, he covered multiple sports spanning eight local high schools in addition to Muskingum University.

Prior to working at The Daily Jeffersonian, Miller was the Sports Information Assistant at Otterbein College.  At Otterbein, Miller was directly involved in the day-to-day operations of the Cardinals' 16 Division III athletic programs. In 2006, Miller graduated from Muskingum University with a B.A. in speech communication.

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John N. Miller Miller, John N. N. Miller

Emeriti Faculty  |  English
Professor Emeritus
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Pennie Miller Miller, Pennie L. Miller

Staff  |  Admissions Office
Support Staff & Data Records Manager
Beth Eden
Flr 2
740-587-6618
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Tim Miller dr. Miller, Timothy I. Miller

Dr.Miller, Timothy I. Miller
Faculty  |  Economics, Philosophy, Politics, & Economics
Professor
Higley Hall
205
740-587-6403
Service: 
1978-Present
Degree(s): 
B.S., Oklahoma College of Liberal Arts; M.S., Southern Illinois University; Ph.D., Southern Illinois University
Biography: 

Courses normally taught: Introduction to Econometrics, Consumer Economies, Mathematical Macroeconomics

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Pete Mills Mills, Peter J. Mills

Pete Mills
Faculty  |  Music  |  Saxophone / Jazz Improvisation
Jazz Ensemble/Studio Instructor/
Burton Hall
106
740-587-6365
Service: 
1999-Present
Degree(s): 
B.A.M., University of Rochester; M.M., University of North Texas
Biography: 

A native of Toronto Canada, saxophonist and composer Pete Mills’ discography includes 4 solo titles, with his most recent, 2014’s Sweet Shadow.  The CD is released on Vancouver based Cellar Live Records and features drummer Matt Wilson (who is also a part of Mills’ disc Art and Architecture), his long time collaborator, guitarist Pete McCann, bassist Martin Wind and pianist Erik Augis.  Mills 2007 release, Fresh Spin on the Summit Records label features B3 organist Tony Monaco and Pete McCann. It received enthusiastic reviews in both DownBeat (3 ½ Stars) and JazzTimes magazines and was on the Jazz Week top 50-radio chart for 8 weeks. His 2004’s release on Summit, Art and Architecture (4 stars All Music Guide), features drummer Matt Wilson, bassist Dennis Irwin and Pete McCann.  A top 50 Jazz Week radio release, it also received airplay on the MTV networks. His first solo release was the critically acclaimed, Momentum (COJAZZ Records). As a sideman he appears on over a dozen CDs including those by The Columbus Jazz Orchestra, saxophonist Chad Eby, the eclectic ensemble Madrugada, guitarist Stan Smith, The Cleveland Jazz Orchestra and The Paul Ferguson Jazz Orchestra. As a soloist Mills works throughout the U.S and Canada. In Columbus Ohio he performs as a featured soloist with the Columbus Jazz Orchestra (Byron Stripling Musical Director). Educated at the Eastman School of Music and the University of North Texas, Mills has received Grants from the Canada Council and was a recipient of the North Carolina Arts Council Jazz Composer’s Fellowship.  In addition to his performing, Mills teaches saxophone, improvisation and directs the jazz ensemble at Denison University in Granville, Ohio.

Critics have called saxophonist Pete Mills' playing “virtuosic” and “gorgeous” and “versatile tenor-kick-butt” (David Franklin, JazzTimes) and the Columbus Dispatch describes Mills' compositions as being “impressive with solos that are ear opening…with a tone that is big and rich”. His discography includes 4 releases as a leader, 2014’s Sweet Shadow featuring Matt Wilson, Pete McCann, Martin Wind and Erik Augis, released on the Vancouver based, Cellar Live Records 2007’s Fresh Spin featuring B3 organist Tony Monaco and Pete McCann (3½ stars Downbeat magazine) and Art and Architecture (4 stars All Music Guide) that also featured Matt Wilson, Pete McCann and the late bassist, Dennis Irwin.  His first solo release was the acclaimed, Momentum (COJAZZ Records).  A native of Toronto Canada, Mills has received grants from The Canada Council and was a recipient of the North Carolina Arts Council Jazz Composer’s Fellowship. As a sideman he appears on over a dozen CDs including those by guitarist Stan Smith, saxophonist Chad Eby, the eclectic ensemble Madrugada, The Cleveland Jazz Orchestra, The Paul Ferguson Jazz Orchestra and The Columbus Jazz Orchestra. Mills performs regularly throughout the U.S and Canada and in Columbus Ohio he is a featured soloist with The Columbus Jazz Orchestra (Byron Stripling, Musical Director). Pete holds degrees from the Eastman School of Music and The University of North Texas and currently teaches saxophone and jazz studies at Denison University.
  

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Mitchell Recreation and Athletics Center

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1994

The Recreation Center houses a state of the art 200 meter indoor track with balcony; four regulation tennis course; four competition squash courts; a strength room with free weights and Hammer Strength equipment; a fitness room with treadmill, sta

Rachel Mitton-Fry dr. Mitton-Fry, Rachel Mitton-Fry

Rachel Mitton-Fry
Faculty  |  Chemistry & Biochemistry
Assistant Professor
Ebaugh Laboratories
205
740-587-5691
Service: 
2011-Present
Degree(s): 
B.A., Carleton College; Ph.D., University of Colorado at Boulder
Biography: 

Field of interest:

The past decade has seen explosive discovery of non-coding and structural RNAs in biological systems.  Full understanding of these RNA molecules requires detailed characterization of their structures and dynamics. Current efforts in the Mitton-Fry laboratory focus on study of structure-function relationships in a class of RNA elements known as RNA thermosensors. These elements, most commonly found in the 5´-untranslated region (UTR) of bacterial genes, adopt temperature-sensitive structures that affect gene expression levels in response to temperature variation. No protein cofactors have been found to be required for thermosensor function. Most known thermosensors regulate translation of proteins involved in heat or cold shock responses or in pathogenic virulence. My lab seeks to characterize RNA thermosensors using a variety of biochemical and biophysical means, with the goal of greater understanding of the determinants for thermosensor function in biological systems.

I have strong commitment to working with undergraduates on this research, both in the summer and throughout the academic year.

Research: 

Publications:

  • Mitton-Fry, R. M.; DeGregorio, S. J.; Wang, J.; Steitz, T. A.; Steitz, J. A. 2010.  Poly(A) tail recognition by a viral RNA element through assembly of a triple helix. Science, 330, 1244-1247.
  • Steitz, J.; Borah, S.; Cazalla, D.; Fok, V.; Lytle, R.; Mitton-Fry, R.; Riley, K.; Samji, T. 2010. Noncoding RNPs of viral origin. Cold Spring Harb. Perspect. Biol,. doi: 10.1101/cshperspect.a005165.
  • Fok, V.;‡ Mitton-Fry, R. M.; ‡ Grech, A.; Steitz, J. A. 2006. Multiple domains of EBER 1, an Epstein-Barr virus noncoding RNA, recruit ribosomal protein L22. RNA, 12, 872-882.  ‡Equal authorship.
  • Mitton-Fry, R. M.; Anderson, E. M.; Theobald, D. L.; Glustrom, L. W.; Wuttke, D. S. 2004. Structural basis for telomeric single-stranded DNA recognition by yeast Cdc13. J. Mol. Biol., 338, 241-255. 
  • Theobald, D. L.; Mitton-Fry, R. M.; Wuttke, D. S. 2003. Nucleic acid recognition by OB-fold proteins. Ann. Rev. Biophys. Biomol. Struct., 32, 115-133.
  • Glustrom, L. W.; Mitton-Fry, R. M.; Wuttke, D. S. 2002. Re: 1,1-Dichloro-2,2-bis-(p-chlorophenyl) ethylene and polychlorinated biphenyls and breast cancer: combined analysis of five U.S. studies. Reviewed letter. J. Natl. Cancer Inst., 94, 1337-1338.
  • Mitton-Fry, R. M.; Anderson, E. M.; Hughes, T. R.; Lundblad, V.; Wuttke, D. S.  2002. Conservation of structure for recognition of single-stranded telomeric DNA. Science, 296, 145-147.
  • Mitton-Fry, R. M.; Wuttke, D. S. 2002. 1H, 13C, and 15N resonance assignments of the DNA-binding domain of the essential protein Cdc13 complexed with single-stranded telomeric DNA. J. Biomol. NMR, 22, 379-380.
  • Ojennus, D. D.; Mitton-Fry, R. M.; Wuttke, D. S. 1999. Induced alignment and measurement of dipolar couplings of an SH2 domain through direct binding with filamentous phage.  J. Biomol. NMR, 14, 175-179.
  • Norris, J. W.; Fry, R. M.; Tu, A. T. 1997. The nucleotide sequence of the translated and untranslated regions of a cDNA for myotoxin a from the venom of prairie rattlesnake (Crotalus viridis viridis).  Biochem. Biophys. Res. Comm., 230, 607-610.

Presentations:

  • Mitton-Fry, R. M., *Cempre, C. B., *Cornell, H. K., *Frandsen, J. K., *Ulanowicz, K. U. 2013. Biochemical characterization of RNA thermosensor structure. Poster presentation at the American Chemical Society 246th National Meeting.  Indianapolis, IN.

Student presentations:

  • *Cempre, C. B., *Ulanowicz, K. A., Mitton-Fry, R. M. 2013. SHAPE analysis of a potential RNA thermosensor in Salmonella enterica.  Poster presentation at the 2013 Rustbelt RNA Meeting. Cleveland, OH.
  • *Frandsen, J. K., *Cornell, J. K., Mitton-Fry, R. M. 2013. Biochemical investigation of a potential RNA thermometer in Enterobacter cloacae.  Poster presentation at the 2013 Rustbelt RNA Meeting. Cleveland, OH.
  • *Ulanowicz, K. A., *Cempre, C. B., Mitton-Fry, R. M. 2013. Characterization of a hypothetical RNA thermometer in Enterobacter cloacae using SHAPE analysis.
  • Poster presentation at the 2013 Rustbelt RNA Meeting. Cleveland, OH.

* denotes Denison undergraduate.

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Gabi Mkhize Mkhize, Gabi Mkhize

Faculty  |  Women’s Studies
Visiting Assistant Professor (part-time)
Blair Knapp Hall
205B
740-587-6297
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MLK Celebration

Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration

As a community, we commemorate Dr. King and the Civil Rights Movement—the legacy of discrimination that preceded it; the courage of those who stood up to attack it; the progress the nation achieved through it; and the unfinished pursuit of equal rights that continues to this day.

Modern Languages

Modern Languages

P.O. Box 810, Granville, OH 43023 (USPS Only)
740-587-6643
Fellows Hall 301

Learning a foreign language provides an exercise in cultural and linguistic concepts that open up new vistas on what it can mean to be human. Foreign language courses allow entry into the subjectivity of the target language on its own cultural and linguistic grounds, allowing for a more profound redefinition of culture.

Chris Moehlenkamp Moehlenkamp, Christopher Moehlenkamp

Staff  |  Music
Suzuki Instructor
740-587-6220
Service: 
2013-Present
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Yvonne-Marie Mokam Mokam, Yvonne-Marie Mokam

Faculty  |  French, Modern Languages
Assistant Professor
740-587-6643
Service: 
2013-Present
Degree(s): 
B.A., M.A., University of Yaound Ph.D., University of Arizona, Tucson
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Mark Moller Moller, Mark Moller

Moller, Mark Moller
Staff, Senior Administration  |  Philosophy, Philosophy, Politics, & Economics, First-Year Program
Dean First Year Students, Associate Professor
Higley Hall
119
740-587-6668
Service: 
1996-Present
Degree(s): 
B.A., Bucknell University; M.A., Ph.D., Washington University, St. Louis
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Monomoy Annex

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1938
Substance-free residence for six upper class men.

Monomoy Place

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Residence of the University president and his family.

Chuck Monroe Monroe, Charles M. Monroe

Staff  |  Security, Safety & Risk Management
Switchboard Operator/Dispatcher
Facilities Services
740-587-0810
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Jenna Monroy Monroy, Jenna Monroy

Jenna Monroy
Faculty  |  Biology, Neuroscience
Assistant Professor, Comparative Physiologist
Samson Talbot Hall of Biological Science
321 / lab 320
740-587-6569
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Garret Moore Moore, Garret T. Moore

Garret Moore
Staff  |  Security, Safety & Risk Management
Director
Burton D. Morgan Center
Parking Garage
740-587-6298
Service: 
1999-Present
Degree(s): 
B.S., M.P.A., University of Delaware
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Jonathan Moore dr. Moore, Jonathan Moore

Dr.Moore, Jonathan Moore
Faculty  |  Religion
Assistant Professor
Blair Knapp Hall
309A
740-587-8679
Service: 
2009-Present
Degree(s): 
B.A., Illinois Wesleyan University, M.A., Ph.D., University of Chicago
Biography: 
My first book, Suing for America's Soul:  John Whitehead, the Rutherford Institute, and Conservative Christianity in the Courts (Emory Studies in Law and Religion, Eerdmans, 2007), examines the rise of conservative Christian legal advocacy groups in recent decades, and their effects on both evangelical Protestantism and contemporary church-state conflicts.

My book reviews have appeared in Church History, The Journal of Religion, Dialogue: A Journal of Mormon Thought, and The Christian Century. I also assisted Martin Marty in writing two books which grew out of our work together at the Public Religion Project: Politics, Religion, and the Common Good: Advancing a Distinctly American Conversation about Religion's Role in Our Shared Life (Jossey-Bass, 2000), and Education, Religion, and the Common Good (Jossey-Bass, 2000).

My current research projects include a book-length examination of what happened when a merry band of Chicago Wiccans decided to move to Hoopeston, Illinois—a downstate town of six thousand dominated by evangelicals—about eight years ago. The story of this community's initial reaction, and the subsequent interaction between pagans and Christians, fascinates on many levels, and provides important lessons regarding the possibilities and limits for religious pluralism in contemporary America. I'm also researching representations of Muslims in American children's literature, which offers another window into the relationship between religion and national identity.

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Susan Moore Moore, Susan J. Moore

Moore, Susan J. Moore
Staff  |  Whisler Center for Student Wellness
Registered Nurse
Whisler Hall
740-587-6200
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Vicki Moore Moore, Vicki Moore

Vicki Moore
Staff  |  Student Accounts
Student Accounts Coordinator
Doane Administration
1st Floor
740-587-6274
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Candy Morgan Morgan, Candy Bernice Morgan

Staff  |  Facilities Services
Building Services Assistant
Facilities Services
740-587-6264
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Kelly Mork Mork, Kelly Mork

Kelly Mork
Staff  |  Major & Planned Giving
Administrative Assistant
Burton D. Morgan Center
533
740-587-6568
Service: 
2014-Present
Degree(s): 
B.A., Ohio Northern University
Biography: 

Kelly received her B.A. in education from Ohio Northern University. She spent more than twenty years as a software trainer for corporate employees and college students. Kelly joined Denison's Major and Planned Giving office in 2014 as the administrative assistant.

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Charles J. Morris Morris, Charles J. J. Morris

Emeriti Faculty  | 
Professor Emeritus
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Michael Morris Morris, Michael Morris

Michael Morris
Staff  |  Vail Series
Interim Director of Vail Series
740-587-6539
Service: 
2013-Present
Degree(s): 
B.A., Muskingum University
Biography: 

Michael Morris was the first Executive Director of The Newark Midland Theatre Association, Inc. following the historic Midland Theatre’s renovation. He served in that position from November 1, 2001 through their opening in September 2002, continuing until January 2010, when he opened pARTnership Consulting. Mr. Morris served on the Board of Directors of The Ohio Arts Presenters Network from 2003-2009 and was Treasurer from 2007-2009. He was the recipient of that organization’s Richard Lenhart Award of Excellence in 2008. Mr. Morris has been nominated for the Governor’s Awards for the Arts – Arts Administration on two separate occasions, in 2008 and 2010. He has served as a panelist at Arts Midwest conferences, and has moderated and served as panelist on numerous Ohio Arts Council and Ohio River Border Initiative grant panels. Mr. Morris served as Interim Executive Director for the McCoy Community Center for the Arts, New Albany, Ohio, from March until December 2012.

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Beverly Morrow Morrow, Beverly Ann Morrow

Staff  |  Facilities Services
Building Services Assistant
Facilities Services
740-587-6264
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Wayne Morseth Morseth, Wayne Lynn Morseth

Staff  |  Facilities Services
Stationary Engineer
Facilities Services
740-587-6264
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Moshier-Hutchison House

Moshier-Hutchison House Building Icon
1952

Moshier-Huchison (formerly Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity) now houses 41 coed first-year and upper class students in single and double units.

Mulberry House

Mulberry House Building Icon
1940

Mulberry was renovated in 2003 and turned into a state-of-the-art digital media lab.

Hannah Weiss Muller Muller Weiss Muller

Hannah Weiss Muller
Faculty  |  History
Assistant Professor (Britain/British Empire)
Fellows Hall
407
740-587-8676
Biography: 
Dr. Hannah Weiss Muller is a historian of Britain and the British Empire with particular interests in the long eighteenth century and the intersections of law, monarchy, identity, and subjecthood.  She teaches survey courses on early modern and modern Britain, the British Empire, Modern Europe, and Britain and South Asia.  Her upper level seminars focus on global wars and revolutions in the eighteenth century, literature of empire, and colonial and postcolonial studies.
 
Dr. Muller’s current book project, provisionally entitled Subjects and Sovereign: Bonds of Belonging in the British Empire, argues that subject status served as an organizing and contested principle of the eighteenth century and that the bond between monarch and subject was integral to the coherence of the British Empire.  She examines particular debates and struggles that surfaced in Grenada, Quebec, Minorca, Gibraltar, and Calcutta to document the range of peoples who shaped the contours of subjecthood and the array of rights that became associated with British subject status.  Her recent article, “The Garrison Revisited: Gibraltar in the Eighteenth Century,” appeared in The Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History (2013) and focuses on the profound interdependencies between the garrison at Gibraltar and its surrounding environment.  It revisits the anxieties said to haunt isolated garrison societies and explores the range of interactions between colonial and local populations.  Dr. Muller regularly presents papers and serves as a commentator at national and international conferences.
 

Dr. Muller received her A.B. from Harvard University (2000) and her Ph.D. from Princeton University (2010).  She was a recipient of the ACLS Dissertation Completion Fellowship in 2009-2010 and was a Golieb Fellow at the New York University School of Law in 2010-2011.  Prior to coming to Dension in spring 2014, she taught as a Lecturer in the Committee on Degrees in History and Literature at Harvard University. 

 

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Juliana C. Mulroy Mulroy, Juliana C. C. Mulroy

Emeriti Faculty  |  Biology
Professor Emeritus
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Multicultural & International Students

Multicultural & International Students

P.O. Box 810, Granville, OH 43023 (USPS Only)
740-587-8656
Slayter 401 & 403

The cultural fabric of Denison provides myriad experiences that enable students to not only learn more about each other, but to also learn more about themselves as individuals and as members of a global society. The Center for Cross-Cultural Engagement, comprised of the Office of Multicultural Student Affairs and the Office of International Student Services, assumes an active role in helping students find ways to connect.

Multicultural Student Affairs

Multicultural Student Affairs

P.O. Box 810, Granville, OH 43023 (USPS Only)
740-587-8656
Slayter 401

Multi-Cultural Student Affairs assumes an active role in helping students find ways to connect. Through a spectrum of learning experiences and educational services we seek to help create and sustain a campus environment where students not only respect themselves but an environment that engenders mutual respect among the student body across ethnic-racial, cultural, religious, gender, socio-economic status, (dis)ability and sexual orientation lines.

Larry Murdock Murdock, Larry Murdock

Emeriti Staff  |  Registrar
Registrar Emeritus
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Gail Murphy Murphy, Gail E. Murphy

Gail Murphy
Faculty, Staff  |  Athletic Training, Physical Education, Big Red Athletics
Assistant Professor, Head Women's Soccer Coach
Mitchell Recreation and Athletics Center
218
740-587-5728
Service: 
1997-Present
Degree(s): 
B.S., University of New Mexico; M.S., Smith College
Biography: 

Since 1997 Gail Murphy has built Denison women's soccer into one of the premier programs in all of NCAA Division III. A two-time NSCAA Regional Coach of the Year honoree, Murphy is one of the winningest active coaches in college soccer. Before Denison, Murphy spent four years at Southwestern University in Texas, where she took a first-year program to a top-10 regional ranking in just two seasons.

While at Southwestern, Murphy was selected as Coach of the Year by the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference. Murphy then made the cross-country switch to Denison, leading the Big Red back to regional and national prominence. The Ohio Collegiate Soccer Association has twice named Murphy its Coach of the Year (1997, 1999).

From 1983 to 1991 she coached Los Alamos (N.M.) High School, where her teams played in the finals of the state tournament five times, winning three championships. She began her college coaching career in 1991 as a graduate assistant in Massachusetts.

Murphy earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Education from the University of New Mexico in 1983 and her Masters of Science in Exercise and Sport Science from Smith College (Mass.) in 1993. Along with her soccer coaching duties, Murphy is an assistant professor on the faculty of Denison's Department of Athletics, Physical Education and Recreation.

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Sady Murphy-Davis Murphy-Davis, Sady M. Murphy-Davis

Staff  |  Facilities Services
Building Services Assistant
Facilities Services
740-587-6264
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Retha Murray Murray, Retha Carolyn Murray

Murray, Retha Carolyn Murray
Staff  |  Library
Library Associate II
William Howard Doane Library
E315
740-587-6235
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Museum

Denison Museum

P.O. Box 810, Granville, OH 43023 (USPS Only)
740-587-6255
Burke Hall

As a teaching museum, Denison Museum engages in and supports learning and inquiry in the liberal arts. Cultural heritage materials, both borrowed and drawn from the University’s permanent collection serve as significant components in the University’s academic curriculum and form the basis of exhibitions and programs.

Music

Music

P.O. Box 810, Granville, OH 43023-0810 (USPS Only)
740-587-6220
Burton Hall 101

Music is an important aspect of life at Denison. The curriculum combines theory and practice, and students from all academic disciplines participate in a broad spectrum of courses and ensembles, while students interested in a music major or minor gain the skills to excel in their area of concentration—performance, education, history, composition..

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