When it comes to solving national and international problems, researchers often must ask: Is this something that can actually be fixed?
Ideas for research projects come in all shapes and forms. It could be a class, conversation, or for summer scholar Emily Smith ’15, watching a TV Land rerun.
The Lisska Center for Scholarly Engagement is the hub for programs that promote excellence in student research, cultivate the pursuit of post-graduate scholarships and fellowships, and train students in the best ways to apply for and acquire those awards.
Denisonians learn all over the world, some with prestigious scholarships applied for through the Lisska Center for Scholarly Engagement. Here students talk about their vastly different experiences—in Ohio, Great Britain, and Bangladesh.
When Kaitlyn Grissom ’12 began her research, she didn’t realize how many titles she’d rack up by the end of the summer. Call her an architect, historian, artist, or carpenter; she used all of these skills while designing an exhibit for The Castle on the Canal, an African-American museum and community center in nearby Newark.