Blair Knapp Hall

Established
1968
Overview
Built in 1968, Knapp Hall is home to eight academic departments and a performance space.
History & Architecture
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.
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.

What's Happening Here

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.