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March 23, 2017

Rollie Krewson ’74 featured on ‘60 Minutes’

Denison University alumna Rollie Krewson '74 recently was featured on the CBS show “60 Minutes,” regarding her work with Sesame Street.

Cups of Kindness
March 23, 2017

Cups of Kindness

Denison Chaplain Phoebe Myhrum brings a spark to Wednesday mornings

by Alexis Boyages '19
hands holding a small earth
March 22, 2017

Internationalization Innovation Fund’ grant awarded

The Great Lakes Colleges Asso., with support from the Mellon Foundation, has awarded Denison an “Internationalization Innovation Fund” grant of $103,546.

Curtis Dining renovations 1
March 20, 2017

Curtis Renovations & Hours

Unfortunately, the project is so big it can’t all be done just during the summer. This means Curtis will be closing for the renovations late in this current spring semester and stay closed through the summer.

blood cloud
March 14, 2017

Denison professor exhibits work at Whitney Biennial 2017

Denison University professor Sheilah Wilson’s recent collaborative video work made with Dani Leventhal premieres at the Whitney Biennial.

Curtis West Common Room tv and bean bags
March 13, 2017

A Cool New Lounge for First-Year Students

Curtis West Common Room has been revamped and redone. Take a look into Curtis West’s awesome new space, giving all First-Years a chance to enjoy!

by Francesca Mouery '19
Breakaway Trips group photo 1
March 13, 2017

Changing Lives, One Project at a Time

Denison students give back to the community through winter break Breakaway trips

lawrencewsherman
March 13, 2017

Alumnus awarded Yale University’s highest graduate school medal

Lawrence W. Sherman '70 has been awarded the Wilbur Cross Medal by Yale University’s Graduate School of Arts and Sciences.

Sam Bush 3.4.17
March 10, 2017

Bluegrass Meets Newgrass

In a lively evening of bluegrass and newgrass, Sam Bush and Denison's bluegrass ensemble cap off the 2017 Vail season.

denison student in peace corps
March 9, 2017

Denison University is a top Peace Corps college

The Peace Corps has announced that Denison University is the No. 1 college among its peers for Peace Corps volunteers.

Group photo
March 7, 2017

Denison students present at an undergraduate mathematics conference

Department majors presented research at the Nebraska Conference for Undergraduate Women

Ben Tracht '17-Sigma Chi
March 2, 2017

Building Competence and Confidence

The Career Center offers OnBoard, a great way to get up to speed with skills that are invaluable for interviews and careers in the business and professional world.

midwest_champs_2017
March 2, 2017

Denison Competes in the Midwest Fencing Conference Championships

The Denison fencing team competed in the Midwest Fencing Conference Championships.

Sandra Mathern-Smith
March 1, 2017

Professor Sandra Mathern-Smith receives Fulbright Scholar Award

Sandra Mathern-Smith, professor and department chair of Denison University’s Department of Dance, has received a prestigious Fulbright Scholars Award.

Denison-Columbus Alliance scholarships
February 27, 2017

Columbus students celebrate new full tuition scholarships

Eighteen Columbus students celebrate new full tuition scholarships at Denison.

Caileigh Marshall
February 23, 2017

Creativity in Computer Science

Most people do not think of the word ‘creative’ when they hear about Computer Science classes.

by Caileigh Marshall
billboard in the city
February 21, 2017

The Billboard Project hits the Streets

Denison Studio Art professor, Sheilah Wilson, works to place contemporary art on billboards in Newark, Ohio.

Joseph Reczek
February 17, 2017

A Fully Integrated Theme-Based Inquiry Course of Intro Chemistry

Introductory college chemistry classes provide a foundation of knowledge and skills upon which all subsequent classes in the Chemistry and Biochemistry curriculum rely.

by Joseph Reczek
 Heather Rhodes with students
February 17, 2017

Using Science in the Media as a Gateway to the Primary Literature

Can you increase students’ comprehension of scholarly articles in the sciences if their reading is paired with an article in mainstream media?

by Heather Rhodes
Share cropper
February 17, 2017

Self-Evaluation and Metacognition as an Extension of Critique

Can a written reflection, following oral critique, help art students take greater responsibility for their work and their learning?

by Sheilah Wilson
spectroscope
February 16, 2017

TED-ED and Your Head

Using Technology to Distribute Practice on Low Stakes, Generative Questions in Sensation & Perception

by Nestor Matthews