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Elena Meth
Elena Meth '19 is selected as Denison's Recent Student Trustee.
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Faculty
Individuals for whom politics is a divisive topic are more likely to leave “political churches,” says Prof. Paul Djupe.
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Sen. Richard Lugar '54
Two days of memorial services for former U.S. Sen. Richard Lugar '54 will begin with a tribute at the Indiana Statehouse.
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Katy Crossley-Frolick
Faculty
Associate Professor Katy Crossley-Frolick is honored with the Bonar Family Mentorship and Teaching Excellence Award.
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Aaron Webb '96
Attorney Aaron Webb '96 is COO of Morning Pointe healthcare services company. Webb majored in black studies and political science at Denison.
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Faculty
Assistant Professor of Political Science Heather Pool has been granted tenure and will be promoted to associate professor in the fall of 2019.
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Faculty
In a Washington Post article, Prof. Paul Djupe provides insight into churchgoing and voting patterns.
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Faculty
Politics and religion can affect each other in surprising ways, according to research by Associate Professor of Political Science Paul Djupe.
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Jacob Neiheisel '07
People aren't leaving church over politics, according to a study by poli sci profs Paul Djupe and Jacob Neiheisel '07.
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Dave Edelblute '86
Dave Edelblute '86 takes on new challenge as manager of the Ohio Supreme Court’s Children and Family division.
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Denison's Babcock series presented Former White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus with “A 360-Degree View of Washington.”
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Lectures by Reince Priebus and Jim Obergefell give students opportunities to engage in and learn from politically diverse positions.
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Peter Warlick '87
Alumni
Peter Warlick '87, Denison economics and political science major, has been named vice president of corporate development for American Airlines.
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Bob Dold '91
Former congressman Bob Dold '91 has been chosen as an Advisory Board Member for the University of Chicago Institute of Politics.
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Rob Tate '16 as Performer Sarob
Alumni
Multi-talented Sarob (Rob Tate '16) bases his music in his personal history and from his political science and philosophy classes at Denison.
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Three Denison students were called upon for recognition at the 2017 American Model United Nations conference.
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Announcements & Updates
Denison and American University of Cairo School of Business partner for a class on international politics and business.
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Paul A. Djupe
Faculty
Associate Professor of Political Science, Paul Djupe's expertise recently has been called on for articles about widely different topics.
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Awards & Honors
Denison's Department of Political Science has been ranked first in Ohio.
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Jasmine Passa '15
Awards & Honors
Jasmine Passa '15 won three international scholarships to study and teach abroad.
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Faculty
Assistant Professor of Political Science Heather Pool was interviewed for the Columbus NPR show "All Sides with Ann Fisher" about the recent election.
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Faculty
Research by Paul Djupe, professor at Denison, indicates that evangelicals are willing to set aside concerns about Donald Trump's moral character.
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Faculty
Heather Pool, assistant professor of political science, discusses the intersection of current events and curriculum in this Inside Higher Ed article.
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Alumni
Comedian and political science major Tom Cotter '86 will perform for a fundraising event to benefit North Star: Self Directed Learning for Teens.
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Paul-Djupe
Faculty
Associate Professor Paul Djupe's research indicates that intolerant people support politicians across the spectrum.
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Faculty
Associate Professor Paul Djupe's research indicates that intolerant people support politicians across the spectrum.
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Alumni
Former Senator Richard Lugar '54 calls for a return of 'establishment values' to save America.
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Richard Lugar
Alumni
Senator Richard Lugar '54 and Senator Bob Graham present a keynote, 'Political Polarization,' for the Lugar Symposium.
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Alumni
Lisa Torio '15 asks "Why Are Some Asians Still Supporting the Cop Who Shot Akai Gurley?" in an oped in The Nation.
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Paul Djupe
Faculty
Paul Djupe, associate professor of political science, researches the reasons why some Iowa caucuses are held in churches- and they might surprise you.
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