Built in 1968, Knapp Hall is home to eight academic departments and a performance space.
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Established 1968
Deep inside the building, below many bustling academic departments, you’ll find the Knapp Hall Performance Lab, a former lecture hall renovated into a state-of-the-art facility where students, faculty, and renowned guests explore the performing arts.

More about Knapp Hall

Knapp Hall was the last of 15 major buildings constructed on campus during the presidency of A. Blair Knapp (1951-1968) and was named in his honor when he died unexpectedly of a heart attack before construction was completed.

Directory

View the departments, offices, programs, services, and faculty with offices located in Blair Knapp Hall.

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Departments, Offices, Programs & Services

Faculty & Staff

Arakon, Maya — 305G
Argyle, Leah — 209
Baker, Suzanne — 107D
Bikmen, Nida — 404F
Blank, Hanne — 210B
Brooks, D. Cody — 410F
Brown, Robin — 210
Chin-Parker, Seth — 410H / Lab 506
Chisebe, Dawn — 210D
Cort, John E. — 310A
Cowling, Sam — 205D
Davis, John — 103E
Djupe, Paul A. — 305B
Dow, Gina — 404B
Fultner, Barbara — 205C
Gomaa, Dalia — 210C
Graves, Karen — 107B
Henshaw, Erin J. — 410E
Jackson, John L. — 209B
James, Drexler — 410D
Katz, Andrew Z. — 305A
Kennedy, Susan — 404D
King, Toni — 209A
Kotrosits, Maia — 310B
Lele, Veerendra — 103F
Maskit, Jonathan — 205K
Matthews, Nestor — 410C
McHugh, John — 205I
Nemeth, Emily — 107C
Nusair, Isis — 210D
Pool, Heather N. — 305G
Shuster, Amy L. — 205B
Soderberg, John — 007C
Steiner, Kristina — 404-E
Tull, Kate — 205
Uland, Jill — 404
Vogel, Steve — 205
Weibel, Jodi — 310
Weis, Robert — 404A / Lab 516
Welu, Nancy — 103B
Yen, Wei-Ting — 305F

Blair Knapp Hall Archives

Grad School Info Session (10/26/17)

Drs. Kristina Steiner & Robert Weis will lead an information session for students interested in graduate or professional study in psychology.

Vicarious Memories (2/24/17)

Dr. Kristina Steiner will present "Vicarious memories and the influence of parental memory sharing" in a psychology Friday afternoon tea.

Philosophy Past

Professor Sam Cowling discusses the Philosophy Department's rich and interesting history here at Denison in a podcast for the Tuesday Lunch Series.