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The Nan Nowik Writer-in-Residence program brings top poets, writers, literary scholars, and critics to campus.
President Weinberg discussed the ‘Future of Higher Ed’ in a new podcast with author Jeff Selingo
14 perfect holiday gifts for your favorite Denisonian
The beauty of the highly lauded campus on The Hill is the culmination of excellence in planning and execution.
Don and Teckie Shackelford’s endowment will support scholarships for high-achieving Columbus City Schools students.
Denison’s performing arts camp, debuting in 2023, provides an opportunity for high schoolers to train and collaborate with artists across disciplines.
Through grants and connections, Joan Do-Truong ’23 created a space for women and TIGNC youth like her to share their experiences and empowerment.
Weinberg and Davis discuss a program that teaches students about civil discourse before they step foot into a college classroom.
Denison University welcomes Justin Brown as the university’s director of civil rights and Title IX and special advisor to the president.
Professor Sarah Wolff is passionate about many things – math, mentoring, and marathons.
Opened in 2022, the Ann and Thomas Hoaglin Wellness Center is the hub of Denison’s holistic approach to well-being.
Four Denison roommates reunited in October 2022 for 26.2 miles of memories, blisters, and hope.

Chris DeVille

Schultz, a USA Today columnist and author of the bestselling The Daughters of Erietown, begins as Professor of Practice in Journalism August 2023.
Parents and alumni explored campus, attended special functions and sporting events, and walked down to the village to catch up on life at Denison.
Prof. Alan Miller has been honored for his lifetime of contribution to the journalism profession.
via Society of Professional Journalists
As he celebrates his 30th year as part of the Denison faculty, Porcheddu-Engel remains as enthusiastic as the day he arrived as a student.
The signature Denison Edge project tasks participants with designing strategies to tackle complex problems facing select Columbus businesses.
Dr. Kimberly Becher ‘02, a small town practitioner, illustrates the intensity of the life of a doctor and why they suffer high burnout rates.
via New York Times