Mar 26
2015
Granville Sentinel

The Denison Golf Club at Granville announces that the course is open and ready to play. Players of all skill levels are invited to play the historic course, which was designed by Donald Ross in 1924.

Mar 26
2015
Fox Business

The Financial Stability Oversight Council (FSOC) is the subject of an opnion piece by Douglas Holtz Eakin ‘80 published on Fox Business. “.In my opinion, the FSOC is a risky venture at best,” says Holtz Eakin.

Mar 26
2015
New York Times

The New York Times credits much of the success of the University of Kentucky's men's basketball program to John Robic '86. Robic is the assistant coach to the Wildcats, which are seeded high in the NCAA playoffs. “What makes Robic especially rare is his combination of experience, talent and competence and the inconspicuous way in which he blends the three.”

Mar 25
2015
Newark Advocate

Upcoming events at Denison include poet Anne Barngrover '08 and author Ted Conover, the Books 2 Eat Festival and two Philosophy events.

Mar 20
2015
The Atlantic

Jack Shuler, associate professor of English asks “Can Executions Be More Humane?” in an article in The Atlantic magazine. In it he explores the viability of an untested procedure as an alternative to lethal injection.

Mar 18
2015
Newark Advocate

Denison University junior Wallace Branche leaped into history Saturday afternoon, placing seventh in the triple jump at the NCAA Division III indoor national meet. Branche became the first Big Red field event All-American in nearly 25 years, and first in the triple jump in almost 40 years.

Mar 17
2015
Newswise

The American Cleaning Institute (ACI) welcomes Ceara N. Flake as its Director of Legal Affairs, a new position within the organization, which represents the U.S. cleaning products industry.

Mar 15
2015
El Paso Times

Denison faculty Susan Garcia comments on The Siglo do Oro Drama Festival, which presnts plays from the Golden Age of Spanish Theatre. “The Siglo de Oro Drama Festival at the Chamizal National Memorial is a source of enormous pride,” Garcia said. “There are other festivals all over the world that claim to celebrate a particular classical theater, but the Chamizal festival is unique in its dedication to the Siglo de Oro, unadulterated and undiluted.”

Mar 12
2015
Cleveland Plain Dealer

The Granville Inn, under the ownership of Denison University is undergoing a $9 million makeover. The 1924 complex of arches and awnings will reopen to guests on May 8.

Mar 8
2015
Columbus Dispatch

“Recollections: Jazz Photographs by Herman Leonard,” through May 16 at Denison Museum in Granville, provides a primer in the photographer’s work with 15 sparkling gelatin silver prints. During his illustrious career, Leonard repeatedly turned his camera on jazz musicians. • His subjects included leading lights of the form such as Chet Baker, Billie Holiday and Sarah Vaughan.

Mar 6
2015
Inside Higher Education

Denison University’s newly tenured faculty include Annabel Edwards, chemistry; Erin Henshaw, psychology; Rebecca Kennedy, classics; Erik Klemetti, geosciences; Diana Mafe, English; Cheryl McFarren, theater; and Heather Rhodes, biology.

Mar 4
2015
Newark Advocate

The newly tenured faculty members at Denison University are Annabel Edwards, Erin Henshaw, Rebecca Kennedy, Erik Klemetti, Diana Mafe, Cheryl McFarren and Heather Rhodes.

Mar 4
2015
Dallas News

Every year, Edelman, the huge public relations firm based in New York, does a survey to gauge how much confidence people have in government, businesses, the media and non-government organizations such as charity groups and world health organizations. Matt Harrington '84, the company’s global chief operating officer is alarmed by this year’s findings.

Mar 3
2015
Newark Advocate

As part of a organizational studies class, Denison students analyzed the potential for downtown Newark businesses to attract more college students.

Mar 3
2015
Newark Advocate

Sarah Kosling '14 will live and work at the community level working to improve food security for rural families in Nepal during her service with Peace Corps. Her possible projects include establishing and maintaining soil and water conservation structures and practices, fruit tree production, fish cultivation, raising trees in small nurseries, apiculture and honey production, livestock health, meat and wool production, range management, vegetable gardening and nutrition education.

Feb 26
2015
Wall Street Journal

With 95% of graduates reporting within the first six months, Denison young alumni report full and part time employment above national averages. Recent graduates respond that 57.2 percent are working full time positions, about 8.5 percent and in part-time positions, just over 15 percent are in graduate school and just over 9 percent are in service opportunities such as Teach for America and Peace Corps.

Feb 25
2015
Newark Advocate

Marcia McNutt, current editor-in-chief of the journal “Science,” will present a lecture, “Geoscience Problem Solving for Sustainability: Focus on Energy;” author and actor Dinah Lenney will speak; and Sevan G. Terzian, a professor of education with the University of Florida, will present “Science Education and Citizenship.”

Feb 24
2015
Salon

In this Salon article, “Lynching epidemic’s reign of terror: A reminder that white lives matter — and black lives do not,” Jack Shuler, associate professor of English, reveals a century-old incident that has echoes in today's headlines about the worth of black lives.

Feb 18
2015
Granville Sentinel

Upcoming events at Denison include former Ohio Attorney General and Chancellor of Education, Jim Petro and his wife Nancy Petro, both members of the Denison class of 1970, will present an issues discussion of their book “False Justice,” and James Carville, political analyst.

Feb 18
2015
Crain's Chicago Business

Susan Whiting '78, a retired Nielsen vice president living in Chicago, has been named chair of the National Women's History Museum in Washington, D.C. “There are families all over the United States who have stories about how women and their families have contributed to American History,” says Whiting.

Feb 15
2015
Crain's Cleveland Business

Chris Quinn '87 wants Step2 Co. to become a recognizable brand name outside Ohio. The toymaking company has done a great job making a name for itself in its backyard, the toymaker's new president and CEO says, but it's going to have to expand beyond state borders if it wants to grow.

 

Feb 15
2015
SwimSwam

Denison University claimed the victory on both the men’s and women’s side of the NCAC championship title for 2015. Their success in the pool – and on the diving boards – garnered them several “of the Year” awards, including both NCAC Newcomer of the Year awards.

Feb 15
2015
Cleveland Plain Dealer

Never mind the five Emmys, the Tony, the Oscar nomination and the small mountain of honorary degrees bestowed on him. On the eve of his 90th birthday, Holbrook reshaping and fine-tuning that granddaddy of one-man shows, “Mark Twain Tonight!

Feb 15
2015
Newark Advocate

Denison is presenting a week of music, dance, poetry, fine arts, theater and even a little "Creative Destruction" in its semi-annual TUTTI Original Works Festival.

Feb 11
2015
USA Today

In a list of “Top Ten Dynamite Day Trips,” USA Today tapped Granville, Ohio, home to Denison, as a place to find “unexpected travel treasures in many small cities near major urban centers.”