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Our purpose is to inspire and educate our students to become autonomous thinkers, discerning moral agents and active citizens of a democratic society. Through an emphasis on active learning, we engage students in the liberal arts, which fosters self-determination and demonstrates the transformative power of education. We envision our students' lives as based upon rational choice, a firm belief in human dignity and compassion unlimited by cultural, racial, sexual, religious or economic barriers, and directed toward an engagement with the central issues of our time.
During a speech at Vistamar School in Los Angeles County, President Weinberg suggested ways to think about the college admissions process that can reduce anxiety and increase the odds of finding the best college “fit” for your student.
In the Huffington Post, President Weinberg explains how the college’s newest major does far more than a typical business degree to prepare students for a complex global economy and make them more valuable in a 21st century job market.
As the world becomes more connected and interrelated, a globally oriented education is essential for today's students says Denison President Adam Weinberg. In this Huffington Post blog, he presents the possibilities and opportunities of such an education.
In a Huffington Post article, Denison University President Adam Weinberg shows why the connections students develop with faculty, alumni and fellow students are essential to thriving in college — and beyond.
As part of the Global Studies Seminar on campus, Adam Weinberg shared his observations and insights on the past, present and future of global education, not only from his vantage point as president of Denison, but also as immediate past president of World Learning, one of the premier international education, exchange, and development organizations in the world.
In a story in Columbus Business First, President Adam Weinberg answers questions about the importance of the liberal arts model in 21st century higher education. Included in the Q&A article are thoughtful and relevant opinions on STEM and the humanities, as well as career opportunities earning potential for liberal arts graduates.
For the title of his Inaugural Address, President Adam Weinberg drew from the remarks delivered in 1831 by the Rev. George C. Sedwick in the meetinghouse of Granville's Baptist Church to launch what would become Denison University. He chose the title because it suggests continuity across 180 years; because Denison always has been Denison; and because it always has been driven by a missionary zeal to provide an education that matters. Dr. Weinberg touches on purpose and passion, as well as his newfound affection for Denison and Denisonians.