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March 9, 2018

Newly Tenured Professors

Denison University announces newly tenured professors.

Diana Mafe
March 8, 2018

New Book by Diana Mafe Examines Race and Gender in Pop Culture

Diana Mafe's book opens a new door in literature - boldly going into science fiction to look at race and gender norms.

Art Steinmetz ’80
March 8, 2018

From Russian Literature to Wall Street

Art Steinmetz '80 used his liberal arts education to land the top job at OppenheimerFunds

Arches on the front of Doane
March 5, 2018

A Campus for Civil Discourse

Lectures by Reince Priebus and Jim Obergefell give students opportunities to engage in and learn from politically diverse positions.

Columbus Monthly
A photo of James D. Anderson posing outdoors
March 2, 2018

Educational Thought Leader Announced as Commencement Speaker

Educational thought-leader James D. Anderson will serve as the keynote speaker at Denison's 177th commencement ceremony on Saturday, May 19.

Associate Provost Catherine Dollard and Chief of Staff Raj Bellani
February 28, 2018

Denison a Top College for Excellence in Undergraduate Research

Research projects give students an opportunity to explore issues they care about, and develop strong research and other academic skills.

Students in a classroom
February 26, 2018

Global Commerce Executive Speaker Series

Network with and learn from global executives as Denison alumni and other industry leaders visit campus to meet with Denison students.

student walking up stairs with trees in the background
February 26, 2018

Denison Recognized as 'Tree Campus USA'

Denison's campus is known for its beautiful trees, and with more than 3,000 trees and an arboretum, the college also is a 'Tree Campus USA.'

David Baskin '12
February 21, 2018

David Baskin '12 Founds Nonprofit in Israel

DU baseball standout David Baskin '12 has launched a nonprofit in Israel, Ani Shlishi. Donated goods are sold, funding underserved people.

Evanston Round Table
Claudia Sahm '98
February 22, 2018

Claudia Sahm '98 Headliner at Women in Economics Forum

The field of economics needs more diversity, says Claudia Sahm '98, a section chief at the Federal Reserve Board.

Heather Stouffer '96 and son-Mom Made Foods
February 21, 2018

Alumni Entrepreneurs: Helping Each Other Do Well and Do Good

A pair of entrepreneurial alumni — who haven’t met in person — are joining forces to collaborate on a national product launch.

Piggy bank on calculator
February 21, 2018

Supporting Your Student’s Emerging Financial Independence

Managing college finances can be a tricky new experience for students. Dr. Laurel Kennedy, Vice President of Student Development, shares her insights.

by Dr. Laurel Kennedy, Vice President of Student Development
Lew Ludwig, professor of computer science, mathematics, and computational science.
February 21, 2018

Better Teachers Make Better Students

Lew Ludwig led an effort to create an instructional-practices guide that is helping math professors teach their students more effectively.

Herb Porter '13
February 20, 2018

The Synergy of Science and Stage

Strong mentoring and great skills helped Herb Porter '13 move from a research lab onto the Broadway stage.

Coach Mike Deegan
February 20, 2018

Coach Mike Deegan Headed for Hall of Fame

Denison Baseball Coach Mike Deegan, NCAC Coach of the Year in 2014, is honored by his alma mater with an induction into the Athletic Hall of Fame.

Chapel Walk
February 4, 2018

Letter to Denison Parents Spring 2018

Denison is in the third year of implementing a strategic plan focused on mentorship, career exploration, and taking advantage of our location.