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Student in classroom with face mask
Technology, student choice, and career prep will factor more heavily into colleges' decision-making going forward, says President Adam Weinberg.
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Students in the library
Maintaining campus health and safety—while also allowing a full college experience—requires a shift in thinking and partnership with students.
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students in a classroom
College students are starting to depend more on a range of different entities to meet their needs.
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Denison is partnering with experts, taking guidance from science, and being flexible and adaptable to achieve holistic health for the community.
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Students at chapel walk
Higher Ed has an opportunity to create flexible programs, pathways, and credentials that are more accessible, and more relevant.
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Student explaining data sheet
President Weinberg: Students need to develop a range of attributes—from creativity, ethics and intuition to analytical, quantitative and logic skills.
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Chapel walk
President Weinberg outlines higher education mega-shifts and changing expectations in a USA Today op-ed.
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Student studying in the library
The sudden shift to remote teaching is a challenge and an opportunity for higher education.
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Denison will welcome students to campus in Fall 2020 for flexible in-person residential learning and living.
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Denison University anniversary stone
Denison is committed to specific immediate and long-term actions to fight against and eliminate racism on our campus.
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Denison University Flag
President Weinberg offers steps forward to reframe and begin to solve the “wicked problem” of COVID-19.
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Anniversary Stone
Announcements & Updates
Pres. Adam Weinberg calls on Denison and Denisonians to take part in the work needed to create a world that is just and based on human dignity and respect.
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Students at commencement
Here are five areas in which students say they need more support to thrive in the workplace.
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Swasey Chapel
President Adam Weinberg updates the community on important work happening across campus.
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Denison President Adam Weinberg and VP Laurel Kennedy share ways to build a better career launchpad for low-income students.
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Academic quad
President Adam Weinberg welcomes students back to campus for spring semester.
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Swasey Chapel
As Denison works to become a more diverse and inclusive campus, we are investing in more and different ways to meet our current needs and challenges.
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President Adam Weinberg talking to a student
Denison President Adam Weinberg shares 9 best practices for college students to help ensure the best return on their investment.
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President Adam Weinberg talking to a student
Denison President Adam Weinberg shares 9 best practices for college students to help ensure the best return on their investment.
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Pres. Weinberg notes that today's liberal arts can clarify both how businesses and markets operate, and how human beings think and what they need.
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Students chatting on the academic quad
College is not a spectator sport. The college experience you have will be the one you create.
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Students talking to each other
Liberal arts colleges are better prepared to help students successfully navigate the challenges and opportunities of modern life.
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President Adam Weinberg addresses the Class of 2019 with a graduation message.
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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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Professor and student
Find a place where your student can find great mentorship, opportunities to engage deeply, & fellow students with whom they will build friendships.
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Denison students
President Weinberg shares news about a new residence hall, social spaces and more.
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Student Junbo (Larry) Li with professor Ashwin Lall
From Adam Weinberg: Faculty mentorship helps students develop the skills, values, habits, networks & experiences needed to achieve their goals.
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Students on academic quad
New social spaces and a senior residence, a new wellness center, and the renovation of every residence hall are part of a plan for our community.
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Denison's work of higher education can help drive positive job growth in our Columbus community.
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Three students walking around campus
We attract—and we nurture—whole people. We are excited by who they are when they arrive and proud to call them Denison alumni when they graduate.
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