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Judy G. White, former vice president with L Brands, is now Director of Career Preparation and Employer Relations at Denison University.
A new framework of thermodynamics could help illuminate our understanding of probability and rewrite quantum theory.
by

M. Mitchell Waldrop

Expertise developed as a religion major have sustained Abigail Pringle ’96, Chief Global Development Officer at Wendy’s International.
Lizzie Kunkle ’14 has earned her stripes in the cinema world — today she’s working on watercooler-buzz like ‘The Ted Bundy Tapes.’
An Arabic class connects students with a local Arab-American community, providing opportunities to learn language and culture outside the classroom.
President Weinberg shares news about a new residence hall, social spaces and more.
by

Adam S. Weinberg

Documentary by Emeritus Professor Bill Nichols highlights sentencing inequities among Ohio inmates.
via WOSU
Drew Riley, currently associate dean of admission at Colgate University, has been appointed director of admission at Denison.
Denison University hosted Jordanian Ambassador Dina Kawar.
Denver’s Fine Arts Foundation honored Sharon Martin ’65 for her contributions to the arts and community at large.
via The Villager
Denison University presents an intriguing new staging of the underrated classic “Information for Foreigners.”
via Columbus Underground
Christy Tostevin, former VP of communications with L Brands, to be executive director for Denison’s University Communications division.
Denison University welcomes newly tenured faculty.
Certification as a Wildlife Habitat, as well as a Tree Campus USA, are examples of Denison’s work toward sustainability.
Emily Merrell, founder of networking group Six Degrees Society, shares networking tips for your career and community work.
via The Do List
From Adam Weinberg: Faculty mentorship helps students develop the skills, values, habits, networks & experiences needed to achieve their goals.
via Inside Higher Education
Three story-telling workshops offer possibilities to the community to tell stories via video and writing — as journalists and memoirists.
Living in the Newark Hull House allows Denison students to help with poverty in the community.
via Newark Advocate
C.L. Lindsay III ’93 founded CO-STAR national students’ rights organization helping 1000s of college students with legal problems at no expense.
via Ashland Source
“We must confront the implicit bias and stigma” toward people with substance use disorder says Dr. Thomas Kimball, citing Prof. Shuler’s writing.
via The Doctor Weighs In
Life happens. Whether you’re at a crossroads or just looking ahead, make a plan through the Designing Your Next Five workshop - especially for DU alums.
Construction of a new residence complex for Denison University seniors heralds further major upgrades for campus housing yet to come.
via Newark Advocate
Biology professor Laura Romano started her career with a leaf collection - today she teaches, does research and volunteers both on- and off-campus.
via Newark Advocate
Mrinalini Mitra ’20 founded a nonprofit to connect people & global resources. One of her first efforts was a conference for young women in India.
The Gospel Choir and Denison jazz artists celebrated the history and influences of the Harlem Renaissance.
Red Frame student designers consulted with The Works museum in Newark to deepen the experience for their patrons.
by

Rhayna Kramer ’19

Mentoring by faculty & professionals Columbus gave Sara Abou Rashed ’21 the confidence to create a one-woman show about her experience as an immigrant.