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Denison student Manan Ganeriwala '20 is taking advantage of a summer-long immersion into the business and entrepreneurship landscape of Cleveland.
via CBS Cleveland WOIO
King Richard III is one of the most talked-about figures in history. Denison students find that the famous monarch may not be who we thought he was.
Erik Farley '03, Dean of Student Leadership and Community Engagement at Denison, has been chosen as a Black Enterprise Modern Man.
via Black Enterprise
Recent graduate and decorated Denisonian, Kelsey Schwimmer '18, will continue to be an influential face on campus as this year's Recent Student Trustee.
by

Alexis Boyages '19

Beginning this fall, Jim O'Neill will officially take over the position of Director of Campus Safety and he is looking forward to all that lies ahead!
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Alexis Boyages ’19

Denison and the Licking County Foundation host Better Angels workshop to build community dialogue, find common ground, and create consensus.
via Newark Advocate
The NCAA has recognized Craig Hicks, assistant athletic director for athletics communications, for the excellence of his writing about athletics.
Brianne Jaquette '06 is traveling Norway as a Fulbright Scholar giving lectures and getting to know the country.
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Brianne Jaquette '06

Janet Jones graduated in 1904 from Denison with a degree in zoology — but her knowledge of French gave her a special role in WWI.
via Newark Advocate
Prof. Sarah Supp, who teaches Data Analytics to students from a wide range of fields, in a profile for a Women in STEM series of articles.
via Newark Advocate
'21Connect program, offered by the First-Year Office, gives Denison first-years the opportunity to explore Columbus and make connections with their peers.
by

Alexis Boyages ‘19

Wellness Center welcomes new counselor, Jack Wheeler, to the team.
by

Liz Anastasiadis ‘21

Former economics major Sahil Vasudeva '08 stretches the boundaries of classical music with an "Un-Recital" at the Royal Opera House in India.
via The Hindu
President and CEO of Norway Savings Bank, Pat Weigel '82 has been tapped to chair the Maine Bankers Association.
via Bangor Daily News
With a doctoral degree now under his belt, Matthew Vetter aims to better the Denison community through the implementation of his PhD research.
by

Alexis Boyages '19

Denison partners with Medill School of Journalism for Between Coasts conference.
30 years ago, Teckie Shackelford '56 launched I Know I Can, a program that has affected the lives of thousands of Columbus-area children.
via The Columbus Dispatch
Incoming student Caleb DeLong is a two-time competitor in the National History Day contest. His entry this year is a documentary about Eisenhower.
via Zanesville Times Recorder
Writer and fisherman Ryan Strother '17 moved to New York as a freelance publicist for New York Sea Grant. He's catching fish - in the East River.
via Star Tribune
CEO and restauranteur Brad Blum '76, known for his leadership of Olive Garden, Burger King and others, steps up to guide Bravo Brio restaurants.
via Columbus Dispatch
Get insights about what’s happening at Denison in this video interview with President Adam Weinberg.
In his Commencement message, Pres. Weinberg asks seniors to live the mission, be lifelong learners, sustain your relationships and stay connected.
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Adam Weinberg

Former Chair of Disney, Michael Eisner '64 was honored for his leadership in the sports industry through Disney, and by extension ESPN.
via Sports Business Journal
Students in three unique classes incorporated an element of philanthropy into their coursework through the Pay It Forward initiative.
via Newark Advocate
Geosciences prof Erik Klemetti is a renowned vulcanologist — his expertise is being called on as the Kilauea volcano erupts.
via NPR
Associate Professor Sheilah ReStack receives a $43,800 grant from the Canada Council for the Arts, for ‘Future From Inside.’
Assistant professor of English and Creative Writing Anne Barngrover '08 is a published poet who recently spoke at St. Lawrence University.
via The Lawrentian