2024

Awards & Honors
The Denison Forward award celebrates those who promote a culture of inclusion that embraces diversity and ensures equal opportunities for all.
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In the News
English professor and author Margot Singer receives an Ohio Arts Council recognition for her "artistic excellence and professional accomplishment."
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Awards & Honors
Dean’s List students are those who have achieved a 3.7 or higher grade point average over the semester.
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2023

In the News
In a new study, Prof. Shiri Noy concludes institutional review boards can be helpful in undergraduate research ethics.
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Faculty
Physics professor Wes Walter has guided Denison students and conducted research for more than 20 years.
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Faculty
Perhaps the most consequential effect of ChatGPT is generative AI's ability to function as the oracle of our times, says professor Sangeet Kumar.
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Featured News
New tenure-track faculty bring a wealth of knowledge across a wide range of disciplines to Denison.
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Awards & Honors
Dean’s List students are those who have achieved a 3.7 or higher grade point average over the semester.
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Provost’s Academic Excellence Award
The Provost Academic Excellence Awards honor those students with outstanding records who are highly engaged in their academic experience.
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Faculty
"If we think of ourselves as working in a world separate from these "real-world" realities, we ourselves become obstacles," says Prof. Spierling.
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Faculty
Earth sciences professor Dave Goodwin applies his research modeling expertise to the COVID puzzle.
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Awards & Honors
Dean’s List students are those who have achieved a 3.7 or higher grade point average over the semester.
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2022

Faculty
"The work of learning in college is hard," says Prof. Karen Spierling "But the learning parts are meant to be hard. Otherwise, what is the point?"
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Faculty
"We live in complicated times, where the limits of science compel us to admit that some big questions push beyond the lab bench:" Prof. Jeff Kurtz.
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Announcements & Updates
The new major will equip mathematically oriented students with the knowledge and experience to solve real-world problems.
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Faculty
Black people make up 13.2% of Ohio’s population, and yet, they account for 20% of opioid overdose deaths so far this year, says Shuler.
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Faculty
In this podcast, three Denison professors discuss why Black girls are judged as if they're adults, which has significant ramifications today.
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Awards & Honors
Dean’s List students are those who have achieved a 3.7 or higher grade point average over the semester.
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Awards & Honors
The Provost’s Academic Excellence Award recognizes seniors exhibiting an extraordinary level of intellectual engagement and academic achievement.
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In the News
"Efforts to control and limit discussion about fundamentally important topics ... signal fear and insecurity," Prof. Heather Pool
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Featured News
Denison University’s Board of Trustees has recently awarded tenure to six members of the faculty.
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Featured News
Denison professors David Baker and Ching-chu Hu have received grants from the Ohio Arts Council in recognition of the excellence of their work.
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In the News
"Pocket Garden in the City", a poem by English Professor David Baker published in The New Yorker begins: "You would miss it if you were hurrying."
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Faculty
"It’s important for all of us to celebrate and protect access to public information," says journalism faculty Alan Miller.
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Featured News
Denison University announces the 2022 Commencement keynote speaker: Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist Connie Schultz.
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Faculty
Earth Sciences Prof. Erik Klemetti leads students in research on a catastrophic event linked to Native American cultures 1,600 years ago.
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Awards & Honors
The list of students achieving Dean's list status in the Fall of 2021
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Featured News
Denison University announces Professor Ching-chu Hu has been named director of the much-admired Vail Series.
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In the News
Prof. Jue Liang: Buddhist nuns are becoming equal members in their communities, a tradition that began with Buddha’s foster mother's ordination.
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Performances
The Denison Wind Ensemble has been selected by blind audition to perform (virtually) at the Ohio Music Education Association (OMEA.)
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