What's Happening

Prof. Emily Nemeth
Faculty
Denison Prof. Emily Nemeth has been recognized for her leadership and accomplishments through placement on a county-wide 20 Under 40 list.
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River Warbler in its natural habitat
Biodiversity is changing at different rates across the globe, according to a team of international researchers, including Prof. Sarah Supp.
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Shiri Noy, Assistant Professor of Sociology
Groundbreaking research by a Denison sociologist shed new light on the controversial topic of the value of “thoughts and prayers.”
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David Baker
David Baker, poet and English professor, gives a reading from his latest book "Swift," and an interview about his work.
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Our worries about fears over Generation Z are overblown, says Denison Asst. prof. Miranda Sachs.
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Student walking on Chapel Walk
Denison students will access immersive professional experiences in the nation’s capital, thanks to a partnership with The Washington Center.
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Prof Michael Croley
Author & Prof. Michael Croley is a Weymouth Writer-in-Residence; he will read from his debut short-story collection, “Any Other Place: Stories.”
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Prof. Shiri Noy
Is there value to the phrase "Thoughts & Prayers"? Prof. Shiri Noy's research explores this idea - the results are surprising.
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Faculty
Director of Global Commerce Karen Spierling addresses the recent Business Roundtable statement in a letter to the NYTimes editor.
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2019 Sutton Trust students
Recognition & Accolades
Denison University welcomes two students through the Sutton Trust US Program, funded by the US-UK Fulbright Commission.
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Faculty mentoring students in a science lab
Announcements & Updates
A new poll by Times Higher Ed/Wall Street Journal puts the Big Red at #6 for best student/faculty interactions.
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Olivier Tarpaga
Awards & Honors
The New England Foundation for the Arts has awarded Denison a grant for a performing arts initiative.
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A Cedar Waxwing
Faculty
The National Science Foundation has awarded a three-year $50,000 research grant to DU Assistant Professor of Data Analytics Sarah Supp.
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Students studying robotics
Denison University has been awarded a grant of $275,000 to fund a new model that welcomes and supports underserved students in the sciences.
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Ann Townsend
An NYTimes reviewer notes "the elegant language and turbulent feeling" of Prof. Ann Townsend's recent volume of poetry, "Dear Delinquent."
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House cat with a lion shadow
Asst. Prof. Kristina Steiner's research has found that one's self-esteem can be raised by writing about their life.
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Kaitlyn Fouke, Benjamin Brown, and Caileigh Marshall
Awards & Honors
Denison University honored three outstanding students with the Provost’s Academic Excellence Award.
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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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Karen Graves
Faculty
Denison University honored Professor of Educational Studies Karen Graves with the prestigious Charles A. Brickman Teaching Excellence Award.
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David Baker
"David Baker’s poetry stitches the fractured world into art," says NYTimes critic about the Denison professor's volume of new and selected poems.
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Denison President Adam Weinberg with the 2019 President's Medalists
Denison celebrates the academic achievements of its students and faculty at its annual academic awards convocation.
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Fareeda Griffith
Associate Professor Fareeda Griffith has been named to the Columbus top 40 Under 40 list.
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Barney Davis
English Professor Ann Townsend's new collection of poetry explores the mistakes we make in relationships.
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Hoke Wallace '21 and Asso. Prof. Joe Reczek discuss their research
Hoke Wallace ‘21 is one of only about 60 presenters to share research at the Posters on The Hill program in Washington D.C.
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Christine Weingart
Associate Professor Christine Weingart is fascinated by mysteries and the impact of tiny microbes on so many aspects of life.
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Fan Hold by Abram W. Kaplan
The Ohio Arts Council (OAC) has recognized two Denison professors for their accomplishment in arts with Individual Excellence Awards of $5,000.
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David Baker
Poet and English Prof. David Baker gathers poems for his upcoming collection, 'Swift: New and Selected Poems.'
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Margot Singer
"Underground Fugue" by author and professor Margot Singer has been shortlisted for a Jewish Book Council award.
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Fadhel Kaboub
Developing countries need to build their own domestic ability to produce high-value products whose import produces a trade deficit, says Kaboub.
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Michael Croley
Faculty
English prof. Michael Croley explores issues of identity and displacement in his debut collection of short stories, 'Any Other Place.'
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