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Industry leader honors VP and CIO Liv Gjestvang for leadership, innovation, and excellence in technology.
In a course taught by military strategist Scott Smitson, students explore theory, policy, partnerships, and other tools to solve wicked problems.
Denison is proud to recognize these distinguished graduates with the university’s highest honor.
The campus landmark has served its student body — and its nation! — by bending to the needs of those who enter its sanctuary.
Maya Angelou’s appearance in 1993 is one of many transcendent talents of the academic, political, and entertainment worlds to grace the Swasey stage.
The beloved chapel organ is celebrating its 100th anniversary with a significant gift for a much-needed renovation.
Weddings, award ceremonies, standing ovations: the chapel is a place for joy.
The 100-year-old chapel and the Denison benefactor for which it’s named have plenty of colorful stories. Here’s a sampling.
Swasey looks like others built in the 1920s. But its location, elevation, and memory-making celebrations distinguish it for alums.
Peter Warlick ‘87 rises to new heights at American Airlines where he currently serves as vice president and treasurer.
via American Airlines News
Schneider stands as defense counsel for criminal matters, including public corruption and matters involving tax, health care, and securities.
via CityBiz
Three semesters in, Caroline Cavalier ’26 has added a major, traveled twice for academics, and tested a career path through an internship.
English professor and author Margot Singer receives an Ohio Arts Council recognition for her “artistic excellence and professional accomplishment.”
via Ohio Arts Council
Denison is again named a top-producing Fulbright college — here’s what that prestigious designation means to grads.
Studio art major Renai Heath ‘25 is getting a solo show in a very public venue - the windows of Granville’s Village Hall.
via Newark Advocate
Courtney Herring Bowden ‘09 established Black Market Multimedia and shares the stories of travelers among the current Black Diaspora.
Assistant professor Anjali Fernandes provides a role model and opportunities for her students.
The trip to Punxsutawney’s annual groundhog fest was decades in the making for Denison’s a cappella group. And it was something to behold.
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