Mark Moller

Mark Moller

Moller
Dean First Year Students, Director of Advising, Associate Professor of Philosophy
First Year
Student Development
Central Campus
Higley Hall 119
Position Type 
Faculty, Senior Administration
Service 
1996-Present

Overview

Biography 

Mark Moller was appointed as Dean of First-Year Students in 2012 and the Director of Advising in 2013 In his position as Dean of First Year Students, Mark is responsible for helping students transition successfully to Denison either from high school or from other colleges and universities. He oversees Denison’s various programs that assist in this process, including June Orientation, the pre-orientations, August Orientation and Transfer Student Orientation. As the Director of Advising, Mark also oversees academic advising at Denison including Advising Circles. Central to these roles is working individually with students who might be struggling with their own transitions because of homesickness, academic difficulties, or illnesses.

Mark is also a member of the Philosophy Department and teaches courses in Ethics, Bioethics and American Pragmatism.

Degree(s) 
B.A., Bucknell University; M.A., Ph.D., Washington University, St. Louis