The Anderson Endowment Program and the Bowen Summer Scholarship Program provide Denison an opportunity to support student research in the sciences that is conducted under the guidance of a Denison science faculty member. The experience occurs during ten weeks of the summer when students conduct a research project and participate in the scholarly community that develops on campus.
How to create an academic research poster.
The Assessment Committee is appointed by the Academic Affairs Council and reports to the Council and to the Provost. Members include the Associate Provost and five members of the Teaching Faculty appointed by the Academic Affairs Council and representing interdisciplinary programs and each of the academic divisions of the college.
To assist departments realize more effective assessments of their students’ learning, the Assessment Committee provides the following “toolkit.”
Helpful childcare information for New Faculty.
Guidelines in regards to Communication Senior Research.
Curricular Practical Training (CPT) is employment, which is an “integral part of the established curriculum”. Such training is defined as, “alternate work/study, internship, cooperative education or any other type of required internship or practicum which is offered by sponsoring employers through cooperative agreements with the school”. The student must have been lawfully enrolled on a full-time basis for at least nine consecutive months before applying for CPT. The employment/internship must be directly related to your field of study.
Your ID card provides many valuable functions at Denison University. It is your key to services - at the library, the gym, the dining halls, and it provides access to your residence hall. With a Denison Dollars account, your ID card also gives you the ability to buy nearly anything you might need on campus with just a swipe. You will have the security of not having to carry cash or credit cards and the convenience of ready-access to funds.
A Denison Dollars account is a prepaid, declining balance account that can be used on campus for purchases at the University Bookstore, Copy Center, Mail Center, all Dining Services locations, Bandersnatch (our student coffee house), campus vending machines, and laundry rooms in eighteen of the residence halls.
In the three parts of the Diversity Guide, you will find information about people at Denison who represent some of the diversity in our community. This guide was compiled as part of our on-going efforts to help make Denison a more diverse and welcoming community. The first section includes information about people of color at Denison and some of the organizations that support students, staff, and faculty of color.
DULink is a web-based job-search tool for current Denison University students that enables students to manage their job, internship, and externship search process electronically.
The Denison University Office of Security, Safety, & Risk Management is committed to professionalism, fairness, and service through the partnership with the Denison community to ensure a safe living, learning, and working environment.
Students who have already received an award letter can use the Estimated Net Cost Worksheet to estimate their out of pocket expenses for the 2014-2015 academic year.
Student General Education Check Sheet - Students matriculating between fall 2011 and fall 2014.
Student General Education Check Sheet – Students matriculating on or after fall 2014.
Overview of the programs, where they exist and when you should apply
These awards are competition based and open only to National Merit Semi-Finalists. A specific application is required. To be named a recipient, candidates must achieve National Merit Finalist standing.
AmeriCorps is a domestic service organization that places corps members in community service positions all around the country. AmeriCorps has three different programs, AmeriCorps VISTA, AmeriCorps VISTA Summer Associate Program, and AmeriCorps NCCC (National Civilian Community Corps).
City Year is an education focused non-profit organization that unites young people of all backgrounds for a year of full-time service to keep students in school and on track to graduation.
Jesuit Volunteer Corps supports organizations that provide direct service to people who are poor and marginalized by placing volunteers at schools, non-profits, and other sites around the world. JVs corps members bring energy and hope to the individuals and organizations they serve and gain valuable life skills, insights, and connections. During their service, they immerse in and reflect on four Catholic, Ignation values: spiritual growth, simple living, community with other JVs and those they serve, and the pursuit of social justice.
Lutheran Volunteer Corps is an independent, non-profit organization that enrolls corps members in a one-year, national volunteer service program. It is for people who want to explore their spirituality while working for social justice, living in intentional community with other volunteers, and practice sustainability in all aspects of their lives. LVC works with all people and does not discriminate on the basis of religious affiliation when hiring.
Since its’ origin in 1960, 210,000 Peace Corps volunteers have served in 139 host countries to work on issues ranging from AIDS education to information technology and environmental preservation. Peace Corps Volunteers continue to help countless individuals who want to build a better life for themselves, their children, and their communities.
Teach for America is dedicated to providing excellent education for kids in low-income communities. Filling high-need classrooms with passionate, high-achieving individuals who will do whatever it takes to help their students succeed is a critical peace of TFA’s approach – but it’s not enough to reach educational equity. Success relies on the work corps members do as alumni after their two-year commitment, from within the field of education and other sectors, to continue to expand opportunities for all students.
Research Opportunities in Psychology.
To report a concern for a student, complete the Advocate CareNetwork Report form, filling in the information requested. If you have any questions after completing the report form, feel free to contact the Dean of Students or the Vice President for Student Development.
Details of Room & Meal Rates for Residential Conferences.
Denison University’s objective is to maintain a safe and secure campus. Denison is also well aware that college campuses across the country are not sanctuaries protected from unlawful activity. Effective safety and protection require the cooperation and assistance of all members of the University community.
For guidance on where to locate this information within Denison Self Service.
Helpful and informational reference sheet from Student Accounts for the 2013-2014 academic year: billing cycles, due dates, financial aid awards, and more.
The purpose of this questionnaire is to obtain information from students that will contribute to an overall judgement of the instructor's teaching effectiveness.
Letter from the Controller providing additional information on the Student Accident and Sickness Insurance Plan offered by Denison University. All full-time students must have insurance coverage. This coverage is required for full-time students not covered under their family's health/hospitalization plan. Even if you have coverage under another plan, it is strongly urged that intercollegiate athletic, club sport, intramural, off-campus study participants, and international students carry this coverage.
Walkthrough of the process of registering your vehicle and obtaining a parking permit.
The Development Institute, as managed by Career Growth Associates, offers two tiers of training geared toward employee development as well as supervisory and management training.
A comprehensive guide designed to assist victims/survivors of sexual misconduct and assault in understanding report options.
Sustainability report on ways to fend off vampire energy used by both computers and other electronics.
The personal statement is the opportunity to differentiate yourself from others and to sell yourself to the school, institution or particular program with whom you are applying.