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Hannah Gilson '22
Awards & Honors
As a Fulbright grantee, Hannah Gilson '22 will teach English and serve as a cultural ambassador in Bulgaria.
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Winter 2022 cover
Denison Magazine
Conversations with faculty about what it means to teach — and to trigger those amazing moments of illumination
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Jonathan Fairbanks ’88
Denison Magazine
As Founder and Managing Partner of Houston-based GEC, Jonathan Fairbanks ’88 is helping to fund the future of energy.
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Awards & Honors
Jacob Alan Rains, political science major, was selected as a 2021 President's Medalist.
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Awards & Honors
Jacqueline Maricela Figueroa: political science and anthropology/sociology double major, was selected as a 2021 President's Medalist.
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Students
Each year, Journalism partners across a range of disciplines to tell stories from an inside perspective for the Denison Podcast-a-thon.
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Announcements & Updates
Our seniors come from all over the world and have a wide variety of interests.
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Trump signs and flags
In the News
Research by Prof. Paul Djupe and Jacob Dennen '21 finds that identification with QAnon, Christian nationalism, Trump and anti-Semitism are linked.
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Chase Beamer '97
In the News
Chase Beamer '97 represents the US Department of State as a National Security Affairs Fellow at the Hoover Institution.
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Internships
Summer scholar research projects completed in the political science department in Summer 2020.
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Matt Nowling '21
Student News
In the midst of a pandemic, Matt Nowling '21 is trying new ways to help students register and vote this fall.
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Marie (Smith) Webb '96
Alumni
Marie (Smith) Webb '96 has been named the Chief Talent & Inclusion Officer for EPB, an energy company in Tennessee.
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Matt Nowling '20
Alumni
Black executive board member Matt Nowling '21 has accepted the presidency of the College Democrats of America.
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Image depicting peaceful march in support of LGBTQ rights
In the News
Prof. Paul Djupe's research is cited in an article about current beliefs of faith groups juxtaposed with LGBTQ rights.
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Alumni
Aaron D. Webb '96 has been named CEO of CHI Living Communities.
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Faculty
A New York Times op-ed features research by Denison Associate Professor of Political Science Paul Djupe.
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Jeff Alder
Students
Political science major Jeff Alder '20 has been named a Fulbright ETA finalist for Germany.
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Steps of Swasey Chapel
Featured News
Denison introduces a new Politics and Public Affairs degree program, a modern approach to political science education.
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Cross playing Football
Awards & Honors
Ben Cross has been named a fall recipient of the prestigious NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship, a $10,000 graduate program award.
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Paul Djupe
In the News
Prof. Paul Djupe finds the rate driving up the religious nones appears to be slowing, and shares some reasons why that might be happening.
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Lectures & Discussions
The Congress to Campus brings two former members of Congress to campus.
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Tami Wells Johnson
In the News
Tami Wells Thomas '94 will be sworn as a Magistrate Court judge in Covington, GA.
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Bible and American flag
Faculty
Political scientist Paul Djupe shares his research about church involvement in politics, calling into question recent Pew research on the topic.
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Claudia Sahm '98
In the News
Fed. Reserve economist Claudia Sahm '98 has created a simple rule, based on unemployment numbers, to rapidly determine if a recession is underway.
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Student walking on Chapel Walk
In the News
Denison students will access immersive professional experiences in the nation’s capital, thanks to a partnership with The Washington Center.
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Paul Djupe
In the News
Assoc. Prof. Paul Djupe explores bias in academic publishing, asking the question: Have men and women achieved parity in publishing academic work?
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Elena Meth
Featured News
Elena Meth '19 is selected as Denison's Recent Student Trustee.
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Photo of a church
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
In the News
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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