May 16
2014

The Newark Film Festival’s feature film, “Sparta on Main,” is a 30-minute documentary about the remarkable Newark restaurant and the community activity, organization and revitalization efforts that are taking place there. It features interviews with community members from all walks of life, including Chris Ramsey, owner of Sparta, and Denison University President Adam Weinberg.

May 13
2014

Denison University honored two professors with the prestigious Charles A. Brickman teaching excellence award, Catherine Dollard, professor of history, and Nestor Matthews, professor of psychology, were honored for their consummate dedication and commitment to their students.

May 13
2014

Denison University honored four professors with named chairs and professorships at the college’s Academic Awards Convocation; Jessen Havill, professor of mathematics and computer science, to the Benjamin Barney Chair of Mathematics; Lewis Ludwig, associate professor of mathematics and computer science, as the Nancy Eshelman Brickman Endowed Professor in Memory of Ellenor Shannon; Tim Miller, professor of economics, as the J.P. Morgan Chase Endowed Professor; and David Goodwin, associate professor of geosciences, to the Tight Family Chair in the Natural Sciences.

May 13
2014

Several Denison University students have received prestigious national and international scholarships and were recognized for their achievements at the college’s Academic Awards Convocation: Hastea Darabian, Alexandria Richardson, Grace Bachmann, Michelle Agunloye, Daniel Persia, and Adrienne Violand.

May 13
2014

Seven students were awarded the President’s Medal, which is the highest recognition the college gives to a current student: Meghan Callahan, from Centennial, Colo.; Josh Goldman from Cincinnati, Ohio; Michaela Grenier from Downers Grove, Ill.; Andrea Karl from Powell, Ohio; Carlos Maciel Neto from Recife Brazil; Daniel Persia from Spencerport, N.Y.; and Yubo “Paul” Yang from Chengdu, China.

May 9
2014

The Office of Admissions announces the highly successful enrollment of Denison's Class of 2018. The college received nearly 5,000 applications for some 640 places in the Class of 2018. This class continues Denison's upward trend in student diversity with 36 percent of the entering class hailing from multicultural backgrounds, a new record for the college.

Apr 24
2014

Denison University has been recognized for its sustainability initiatives by the Princeton Review Green Colleges List and has been selected as AEP’s Ohio Energy Champion in the Large Customer Category.

Apr 24
2014

An article in Diverse Issues of Higher Education highlights the special and mutually beneficial relationship between the Posse Foundation and Denison.

Apr 18
2014

Denison University has earned a place on the top 100 of Forbes “Grateful Grads” list, along with other leading institutions, including Princeton, Harvard, Bucknell and Cornell universities.

Apr 18
2014

The Sustainable Endowments Institute (SEI) has commended Denison University as a stellar example of collaboration between sustainability, facilities and finance staff in their efforts to implement energy efficiency projects to save carbon, energy, and money, working towards achieving carbon neutrality by 2030.

Apr 9
2014

Denison University student Grace Bachmann was just awarded a Davis Projects for Peace Prize. With it, she will travel to a village in Senegal to establish a sustainable solid-waste management system.

Apr 3
2014

Institutional Investor magazine has announced that Adele Gorrilla, chief investment officer for Denison University, has been honored as its Small Endowment Manager of the Year.

Mar 17
2014

As a partner in the Global Liberal Arts Alliance, “Denison has become a benchmark college for providing students with the kinds of international experiences they will need to be successful in the future,” says Denison President Adam Weinberg.

Mar 10
2014

Denison University announces a partnership with the Summer on the Cuyahoga (SOTC) internship program, which is open only to a small group of select institutions, including Colgate, Cornell and Yale universities.

Feb 20
2014

Denison is partnering with Koru, which runs employer-embedded programs with partners like REI and zulily to give recent graduates the skills, experience and connections they need to get hired and make an immediate impact at leading companies.

Dec 11
2013

Denison University’s new website recently was named the winner of several prestigious awards in two separate national and international competitions.

Oct 15
2013

On Friday, Oct. 11, Adam S. Weinberg was inaugurated as the 20th president of Denison University.

Oct 11
2013

Associate professor of English Margot Singer has been awarded the James Jones First Novel Fellowship for her novel in progress, “The Art of Fugue.”

Sep 23
2013

Denison joins Say Yes to Education Inc., a national nonprofit organization that helps children in urban school districts attend and pay for college.

Sep 19
2013

Denison University has announced that it will purchase the Granville Inn.

Sep 11
2013

Teach For America released its annual list of the colleges and universities that contribute the greatest number of graduating seniors to its 2013 teaching corps.

Aug 23
2013

Denison’s Mitchell Center completed with opening of the Crown Fitness Center.

Aug 23
2013

Denison University welcomes the Class of 2017.

Jul 22
2013

Denison Venture Philanthropy, a unique student program organized around philanthropy, will invest $10,000 and 200 student volunteer hours this year, and it is offering a request for proposals (RFP) to local non-profit organizations.

Jul 15
2013

Throughout her life, Carole Darst, a resident of Indianapolis, has made the arts part of everyday life for herself and others.