What's Happening

Cynthia Guerrero '22
Awards & Honors
As a Fulbright grantee, Cynthia Guerrero '22 will serve as an English teaching assistant and cultural ambassador in Peru.
Date:
Newly tenured faculty
Featured News
Denison University’s Board of Trustees has recently awarded tenure to six members of the faculty.
Date:
Conferences & Symposia
Ali Imran '24 will present their summer scholar research, "Laal Husayn: The Queer Politics of Sufism and Poetic Voice in Punjab."
Date:

Barento
What's Happening
Taha shares his journey into public health and documentary filmmaking with journalism/English, global health and sociology classes.
Date:
Awards & Honors
Jacqueline Maricela Figueroa: political science and anthropology/sociology double major, was selected as a 2021 President's Medalist.
Date:
A person on the top of the hill with the night sky
In the News
Prof. Shiri Noy's research finds that over time, members of political parties have changed their views on religion and science.
Date:
Faculty
Profs. Dean, Powell Sears and James discuss why Black girls like Ma'Khia Bryant are judged as if they're adults, in a Columbus Dispatch podcast.
Date:
What's Happening
Avantaea Siefke '22 has been accepted to the ASA Honors Program for the summer of 2021, where she will present a paper.
Date:
What's Happening
A panel discussion of AAPI hate crime in the wake of the Atlanta shootings that claimed eight people's lives including six Asian and Asian American women.
Date:
Newark, Ohio
Internships
Denison students report on uncovered history of an influential Black writer in Newark
Date:
Film Screenings
Ten Years to Arab Uprisings - Denison's First Annual Middle East Film Festival
Date:
Shiri Noy, assistant professor of anthropology and sociology
Featured News
Prof. Shiri Noy recently was awarded a $12,500 grant to examine how religious and secular Americans view kindness in the context of COVID-19.
Date:
Prof. Shiri Noy
Faculty
Prof. Shiri Noy shares insights on political and cultural sociology in this podcast.
Date:
Prof. Karen Powell Sears
In the News
Prof. Karen Powell Sears explains the history behind racist practices in real estate and banking industries that restrict Black home ownership.
Date:

Prof. Karen Powell Sears
In the News
Learning about racism and white privilege can make us better, says Prof. Karen Powell Sears.
Date:
Internships
Summer scholar research projects completed in the anthropology/sociology department in Summer 2020.
Date:
Assistant Professor of Anthropology and Sociology Shiri Noy
Faculty
Denison Prof. Shiri Noy and UW-Milwaukee colleague Tim O’Brien are awarded a $55,000 grant to study the moral meanings of science and religion.
Date:
Image of two people
Faculty
Prof. Shiri Noy with critical insight into the differences in responses as well as lenses through which to examine the social dimensions of pandemics.
Date:
Awards & Honors
Lariona Jacobs '20, an Anthropology/Sociology & Communication double major, was awarded Denison's President's Medal, the college's highest student honor.
Date:
2020 Tenured Professors
Faculty
John Davis is a newly tenured professor.
Date:
Autumn Goodrum-Davis '20
Students
Anthropology and sociology major Autumn Goodrum-Davis '20 has been named a Fulbright ETA finalist for Brazil.
Date:
Two volunteers making masks
Alumni
Denison alumni and faculty spearhead projects to bring facial masks — and safety — to their community.
Date:

Shiri Noy, Assistant Professor of Sociology
Featured News
Groundbreaking research by a Denison sociologist shed new light on the controversial topic of the value of “thoughts and prayers.”
Date:
Prof. Shiri Noy
In the News
Is there value to the phrase "Thoughts & Prayers"? Prof. Shiri Noy's research explores this idea - the results are surprising.
Date:
Amanda playing piano
Internships
A summer internship opens new appreciation of and relationships with generations
Date:
Kristina Odejimil
In the News
Bowdoin College has appointed Kristina Bethea Odejimi '06 as Dean of Students. Odejimi was an anthology/sociology & Black Studies double major.
Date:
Fareeda Griffith
Featured News
Associate Professor Fareeda Griffith has been named to the Columbus top 40 Under 40 list.
Date:
Tracy Krumme '89
In the News
Tracy Krumme '89 has been appointed Senior VP for Investor Relations at Nuance Communications, a leader in AI-powered solutions.
Date:
Henry Durand
In the News
Henry Durand '70, longtime mentor and an inspiration to underrepresented students at the University of Buffalo, dies at age 70.
Date:

Brian Paul Allen '17
Announcements & Updates
Denison University announces the appointment of Brian Paul Allen ’17 as the college’s 2017 recent student trustee
Date:

What's Happening

More From Denison
Denison Seminars
Denison Seminars
Denison Seminars
Study Abroad
Study Abroad
Living at Denison
Living at Denison
Living at Denison
Career Exploration
Career Exploration