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 his remarks to a gathering of people who come together annually to talk about Licking County, Denison President Adam Weinberg provides information about the college, especially as it relates to our commitment to the community.
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.
In his remarks at June Orientation, President Adam Weinberg talked with Class of 2019 students and their parents about thriving in college by making the very most of three critically important elements of the Denison experience.
In his Commencement remarks, President Weinberg spoke with a great deal of pride in the Class of 2015, charging them to go forward with self-determination, a deep sense of community, and a commitment to excellence.
In his remarks during the 2015 Academic Awards Convocation, President Weinberg recognizes the accomplishments of students and faculty, and he describes how mentorship makes all the difference at Denison.