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Prof. Shiri Noy's research finds that over time, members of political parties have changed their views on religion and science.
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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.
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Prof. Michael Croley
Faculty
Prof. Michael Croley shares his story as an Asian American in Appalachia.
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Prof. Christine Pae
Prof. Christine Pae notes, "the Western church has long held up two images of women — the Virgin/Whore dichotomy."
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2021 President's Medalists with Denison President Adam Weinberg
Each year, Denison University celebrates the accomplishments of its outstanding seniors.
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Prof. Karen Spierling
Prof. Karen Spierling shares an op-ed about the value of embracing liberal arts skills while stepping into professional settings.
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Denison Professor and author Peter Grandbois
Author and Professor Peter Grandbois releases two new collections of poetry about mental illness and aging.
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Prof. Julie Mujic
For academic parents and other busy faculty members, Denison Prof. Julie Mujic shares some productive ways to spend those precious free moments.
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Olin Hall
Denison faculty Thomas Bressoud and David White announce the publication of a new data science textbook, titled “Introduction to Data Systems.”
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Faculty
Associate Professor Lauren Araiza's recent op-ed on fighting racism with cross-racial solidarity. We Must Fight Racism With Cross-Racial Solidarity
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Historic Sundial in Front of Swasey Chapel
Denison University has awarded tenure to John McHugh, Emily Nemeth, Omedi Ochieng, Hyun Woong Park, Luis Villanueva, Sarah Wolff, and Hoda Yousef.
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Dr. Kelly Brown Douglas ’79
Author and nationally recognized theologian Kelly Brown Douglas will serve as Denison’s 2021 Commencement speaker.
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Lew Ludwig teaching
30 faculty took a winter-break challenge: learn to solve the Rubik's cube in five minutes or less and learn to become better instructors.
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Mars
NASA will land the most sophisticated rover ever on Mars this week; prof. Erik Klemetti lays out an agenda to map the history of the red planet.
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Shiri Noy, assistant professor of anthropology and sociology
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.
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Erik Klemetti
Lava lakes, Lava flows, Lava domes, Prof. and vulcanologist Erik Klemetti waxes poetic on the mysteries of lava.
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Faculty
Christian Faur, Director of Collaborative Technologies in the Fine and Performing Arts, was awarded a $4000 Ohio Arts Council Individual Excellence Award.
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Prof. Karen Powell Sears
Prof. Karen Powell Sears explains the history behind racist practices in real estate and banking industries that restrict Black home ownership.
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Author and Visiting Assistant Professor Hanne Blank
In “Fat,” professor Hanne Blank explores the historical and cultural history of fatness.
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Midland
"Midland: Reports from Flyover Country," by profs Michael Croley and Jack Shuler is lauded for making reporting with ongoing value more accessible.
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Faculty
An effective college education requires a robust conception of trust, says Prof. Jeff Kurtz in an Inside Higher Ed essay.
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Prof. Sarah Wolff
"I definitely try to be a strong mentor for all my women students," says math and computer science professor Sarah Wolff.
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Volcano
"Volcanoes can be somewhat unpredictable, even with the best monitoring," says Prof. Erik Klemetti in an article about New Zealand's White Island.
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Prof. Karen Powell Sears
Learning about racism and white privilege can make us better, says Prof. Karen Powell Sears.
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Prof. Rachel Mitton-Fry
"Understanding things on an atomic level truly allows you to better understand how the world and the body works," says Asso Prof Rachel Mitton-Fry.
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students performing outside eisner
Broadway may be closed, but performing and other arts are thriving at some colleges, writes Professor Margot Singer.
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American farmland
Denison professors co-edit new book, "Midland: Reports from Flyover Country," a collection of essays that negates stereotypes of the Midwest.
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Jack Shuler
Denison Professor Jack Shuler has published a new book, "This is Ohio: The Overdose Crisis and the Frontlines of a New America."
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Karen Spierling
COVID-19 presents new opportunities for teamwork in academic settings write Global Commerce directors Karen Spierling and Jane Palmer.
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Faculty
Questions of race and identity are at the heart of a controversy over casting a new production of the famous Cleopatra. Classics has an answer.
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