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A Denison education makes a real difference in students’ lives, preparing them for personal and professional success amid a world of possibilities—a world where they in turn make a difference.
As a community, we commemorate Dr. King and the Civil Rights Movement—the legacy of discrimination that preceded it; the courage of those who stood up to attack it; the progress the nation achieved through it; and the unfinished pursuit of equal rights that continues to this day.
The cultural fabric of Denison provides myriad experiences that enable students to not only learn more about each other, but to also learn more about themselves as individuals and as members of a global society. The Center for Cross-Cultural Engagement, comprised of the Office of Multicultural Student Affairs and the Office of International Student Services, assumes an active role in helping students find ways to connect.
As a teaching museum, Denison Museum engages in and supports learning and inquiry in the liberal arts. Cultural heritage materials, both borrowed and drawn from the University’s permanent collection serve as significant components in the University’s academic curriculum and form the basis of exhibitions and programs.