Oct 10
2014
NPR

NPR's cohost of “All Things Considered,” Lynn Neary, reached out to French Professor Charles O'Keefe to discuss the latest Nobel Prize winner for literature, French novelist Patrick Modiano.

O'Keefe noted: “Modiano is a literary phenomenon in France. The academics love him, and the public loves him. He's a bestseller, but outside of France, he's less known and not generally perceived as being part of any sort of sophisticated literary culture.”

Oct 10
2014
The Mirror UK

In an interview about his favorite kind of day, Steve Carell '84, star of “Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day” talks about life at home with his wife and kids and how his co-star Jennifer Garner '94, pranked him on the set.

Oct 2
2014
New York Times

Ann Hagedorn '71, author of "The Invisible Soldiers: How America Outsourced Our Security,” opines in the New York Times about our dependence on private security contractors and the inherent dangers therein.

Oct 2
2014
The Times and Democrat

Shuler’s book, “The Thirteenth Turn: A History of the Noose,” explores the nation’s history of execution as a central narrative to American history. He will appear at a book signing at the Orangeburg Fine Arts Center.

Oct 2
2014
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Golzar Meamar '16, interned with the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette last summer. In this piece published in the Post-Gazette, she discusses her experience with the Greek system at Denison and how it has enhanced her undergraduate life.

Sep 23
2014
Newark Advocate

Denison is helping to lead the Licking County Solar Conference, which will provide information about how to install solar arrays, how to apply for incentives, sustainable and NetZero building design, reputable solar installers and even career and educational opportunities.

Sep 23
2014
Newark Advocate

On Tuesday, Denison hosted its second Eat Local Challenge Day, a national campaign from Bon Appetit that challenges its chefs to create a 100 percent locally sourced meal. The company already requires its chefs to buy at least 20 percent of their ingredients from small farmers and producers within 150 miles of their kitchens for daily meals.

Sep 23
2014
Newark Advocate

Denison is getting ready for a festive gathering of family, friends and alumni during its annual Big Red Weekend from Friday through Sunday, and will feature events for the college's extended community.

Sep 21
2014
Hudson Hub

Kristina Dungan's research at NIST closely connects with her coursework at Denison University. Notably, her modern physics course provided a foundation in quantum physics, and her electronics course was an introduction to analog and digital circuit design.

Sep 20
2014
This Week News

Thomas E. Hoaglin, '71, a former chair of the Denison Board of Trustees and as chair and CEO of Huntingdon Bank, and Ann S. Hoaglin '71, former president and current board member of the Columbus Museum of Art board of trustees, will be honored for their work with various boards and organizations in central Ohio when they receive the Julian Sinclair Smith Award Nov. 7.

Sep 18
2014
Broadway World

Denison University's Ensemble-in-Residence program will engage the entire campus and the greater community in an exploration of music and other academic disciplines. The program will host the renowned string quartet ETHEL for the 2014-2015 academic year

Sep 17
2014
Newark Advocate

The Vail Series has expanded the number of events and the breadth of performance artists and residency activities, and has launched, in conjunction with the Department of Music, an artist-in-residency program with the ETHEL string quartet.

Sep 16
2014
Newark Advocate

The New York Times has released a new ranking of America’s “Most Economically Diverse Top Colleges,” and Denison is included among the leaders, along with some impressive company, a university announcement states.

Aug 29
2014
Time magazine

Ann Hagedorn '71 has just released “The Invisible Soldier,” a book that chronicles the United State's use of the private security industry. In this Time magazine opinion piece, she presents a cogent argument about the importance of our awareness, or lack thereof, of this industry's affect on our country's safety and security.

Aug 29
2014
Newark Advocate

Ann Hagedorn's newest book, “The Invisible Soldier” illuminates the shadowy world of the private security industry. Hagedorn shows that this great and growing and hidden sector of our war economy is now global, with new companies and subcontractors springing up all over the world, and they have huge lobbying power as our government decides when and how to go to war.

Aug 27
2014
Newark Advocate

Denison University's President Adam Weinberg announced that the current Interim Vail Director Michael Morris has been appointed as the new director of the Vail Series, the college’s acclaimed visiting performing arts program.

Aug 27
2014
Granville Sentinel

“The village and the township were reminded how fortunate we are to have Dr. Weinberg and Denison here and for their contributions to the community,” Paul Jenks, township trustee, said. “Culturally and economically, (Denison is) essential. From the Granville end, we appreciate everything they've done, the way they work with us collectively.”

Aug 19
2014
Baker & McKenzie

Throughout his time at Denison, Mr. Knuepfer was highly active in the university and served as an intern at The White House on an ATO Scholarship. He later served as ATO national president and chairman of the ATO National Foundation.

Aug 18
2014
Columbus Dispatch

It’s going to be spectacular when it’s done, a true destination,” said Charles Lagarce of Columbus Hospitality. “We see social events, weddings, board meetings as a big part of what we’ll do there in the future. There’s a lot of Denison alums who have spent a lot of time there, too, and we’ll try to find ways to bring them back in the future.”

Aug 18
2014
American University of Bulgaria

Getting to know another culture through learning its language is just one of the steps to developing an intercultural competency. Another important element is acquiring dialogue etiquette and the ability to cooperate with peers from around the globe towards achieving a common goal. Lastly, such global projects can only be accomplished provided that participants possess sufficient level of digital proficiency and digital etiquette.

Aug 15
2014
Newark Advocate

What do Eli Manning, Jimmy Fallon and Denison President Adam Weinberg have in common? They’ve all had a large bucket of ice water dumped over their heads as part of the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge social media campaign. Weinberg accepted the challenge and gave a sizable donation to the ALS Association, but went one better and took the bucket, too. Weinberg then “iced” fellow presidents of the North Coast Athletic Conference (NCAC) rivals DePauw University, Kenyon College, and Ohio Wesleyan University.

Aug 15
2014
Ridgefield Press

Suni Harford '84, a managing director and Citigroup’s head of markets for North America, was honored with an alumni citation. Ms. Harford oversees the North American sales, trading, and origination businesses of Citi’s securities and banking franchise. In addition to her current responsibilities, she is a member of Citi’s Pension Plan Investment Committee, and a director on the board of Citibank Canada. She also is the co-head of Citigroup’s global women’s initiative, Citi Women.

She also serves on several non-profit boards, including the Forte Foundation, an organization dedicated to increasing the number of women leaders in business; the Taproot Foundation, an organization engaged in skills-based volunteerism and pro-bono philanthropy; and the Friends of Hudson River Park.

Ms. Harford received her bachelor of science degree from Denison, where she majored in physics and math. She and her husband have three children, Devon, Jenna and Liam.

Aug 14
2014
Chronicle of Higher Education

Denison University President Adam Weinberg is a guest participant on the Chronicle of Higher Education's Book Club. He will review the book “How College Works,” and comment from his perspective on the Twitter hashtag #ChronBooks.

Aug 14
2014
Columbus Biz First

Denison University bought the Granville Inn last fall. The renovation project calls for “raising the roof” with the addition of dormers to create clearance for 10 more guest rooms. The “attic” area now has a game room and one guest room.

Aug 13
2014
Itemlive.com

Cinema major Melissa Campbell '16 was interested in fundraising as a career, so she found an internship that would combine her love of fine arts and her entrepreneurial spirit — in the small Alaskan town of Sitka.