What's Happening

Faculty
Peeler Art Center Galleries host exhibition by Associate Professor of Studio Art Keith Allyn Spencer.
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Associate Prof. Joe Reczek in the lab with a student
Recognition & Accolades
“Advanced Materials,” a premier scientific journal, featured an article by a Denison professor and student on the cover of its May, 2018 edition.
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Olmschenk in his lab with a student
Faculty
Prof. Steven Olmschenk receives a prestigious National Science Foundation CAREER award, supporting his research and teaching.
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Person balancing on tight rope
Faculty
Physic prof. Melanie Lott teaches talk-show hosts the properties of rotational inertia as she demonstrates the physics of balance.
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Peter Grandbois
Faculty
Prof. Peter Grandbois' new book "Kissing the Lobster" approaches the sport of fencing as a metaphor for life.
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Ass't Prof. Kristina Steiner
Ass't Prof. Kristina Steiner is a lifespan developmental psychologist with a focus on the development of people from infancy to older adults.
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David Baker
Faculty
Poet and English Professor David Baker's most recent book, "Seek After: on Seven Modern Lyrics Poets," explores the life and work of seven poets.
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Students in a classroom
Denison jumps forward three more places in U.S. News & World Report rankings of national liberal arts colleges to #43.
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Sam Cowling
Faculty
Associate Professor of Philosophy Sam Cowling’s new book, “Abstract Entities” asks challenging questions.
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Author Peter Grandbois
Faculty
English prof. Peter Grandbois places his own history within the context of values from a samurai code.
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stock photo of building
In the fall of 2018, Denison University is commencing a new academic program, the Middle East & North African Studies (MENA) concentration.
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Doug Spieles
Faculty
Doug Spieles, professor of environmental studies, has written a new book that looks at environmentalism through a range of human values.
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Charles St-Georges
Faculty
Assistant professor Charles St-Georges thinks meaningful conversations can happen by academically looking at pop culture.
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installation view from Stack for Carrington's Hyena
Faculty
Associate Professor Sheilah ReStack receives a $43,800 grant from the Canada Council for the Arts, for ‘Future From Inside.’
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2018 Academic Awards convocation
Announcements & Updates
Our annual Academic Awards Convocation honors both teaching and learning.
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Madeline Van Winkle and Patrick Banner
Student News
The National Science Foundation has awarded graduate research fellowships to two Denison students, Patrick Banner and Madeline Van Winkle.
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Iryna Klishch '18
Iryna Klishch '18 has been recognized with the Edna Meudt Memorial Award for the National Federation of State Poetry Societies (NFSPS).
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Students walking from chapel walk to academic quad
Recognition & Accolades
In comparison to seniors at other elite institutions, DU seniors are significantly more likely to say their college experience was game-changing.
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Students walking from chapel walk to academic quad
The Mellon Foundation has approved a grant of $700,000 to Denison University for an initiative to embed “place-based” narrative in the curriculum.
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Library building
A $7.5 million gift to Denison University supports library renovations and the Narrative Journalism Program.
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1st Row: Ayana Hinton, Rachel Mitton-Fry, Hanada Al-Masri 2nd Row: Regina Martin, Jason Busic, Sam Cowling, Steve Olmschenk Missing: Griffin Hollis
Denison University announces newly tenured professors.
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Denison South Quad Steps
Recognition & Accolades
Denison University is disrupting the liberal arts with academic programs that cross disciplines and unite knowledge in exciting ways.
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Landscape photo of the clock by chapel walk
Denison University is second in the nation for students awarded the prestigious Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarships to study abroad.
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Margot Singer
Awards & Honors
Denison Associate Professor of English Margot Singer recently has been announced as the honoree of the Edward Lewis Wallant Award.
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Jane Bright ’18
Student News
Physics and mathematics major Jane Bright ’18 has published a paper in the Astrophysical Journal.
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Hollis Griffin in the classroom
Faculty
Hollis Griffin, assistant professor of communication, has authored a book, “Feeling Normal: Sexuality and Media Criticism in the Digital Age.”
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Bill Kirkpatrick
Faculty
A new book, “Disability Media Studies,” edited by Bill Kirkpatrick, associate professor of communication, introduces key ideas in this emerging field.
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Professor with students studying
Recognition & Accolades
The Council on Undergraduate Research has recognized Denison as a leader in undergraduate research with the organization's 2017 AURA award.
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Xiao Jiang
Faculty
Assistant Professor of Economics Xiao Jiang gave a video interview on the topic of exports for the Institute for New Economic Thinking.
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Student walking out of Olin, the building that houses the physics department.
Recognition & Accolades
The National Science Foundation has awarded Denison professors of physics Dan Gibson and Wes Walter a three-year research grant in the amount of $344,000.
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100 West College Street
Granville, OH 43023
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740-868-1426

Kim Coplin ’85

Provost and Associate Professor

Susan S. Kosling

Executive Assistant to the Provost

Jane Dougan

Administrative Assistant to the Associate Provosts

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