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“The work of learning in college is hard,” says Prof. Karen Spierling “But the learning parts are meant to be hard. Otherwise, what is the point?”
via Grown and Flown
The Ann and Thomas Hoaglin Wellness Center, Denison’s new home for wellness, opens its doors to students, faculty, and staff.
We live in tough times, and colleges must help students develop skills and habits to cope
Discipline-based training through a creative and healing process is a hallmark of the new MeshGround academy in Colombo, Sri Lanka.
via The Sunday Times
Each summer, endowed funds support 120 to 140 students pursuing research under the supervision of a faculty member for up to 10 weeks
Sophie Bittner ‘22 publishes study about students with disabilities and their access to academic support in college.
“We live in complicated times, where the limits of science compel us to admit that some big questions push beyond the lab bench:” Prof. Jeff Kurtz.
via Columbus Dispatch
The new major will equip mathematically oriented students with the knowledge and experience to solve real-world problems.
Students in Professor Dosinda Alvite’s classes learn through community, engagement — and lots of creativity.
Susan Booth ‘85 has been named artistic director of the Goodman Theater in Chicago, one of the most influential regional nonprofits in the country.
via New York Times
Denison CIO Liv Gjestvang wants to understand and build better structures to support learning, retention, and long-term success.
via Ed Scoop
Black people make up 13.2% of Ohio’s population, and yet, they account for 20% of opioid overdose deaths so far this year, says Shuler.
via Columbus Dispatch
Following a national search, Denison University is pleased to announce the appointment of Huy Trinh as director of admission.
As in-person classes resumed in 2020, Prof. Karen Powell Sears asked her students what worked during remote learning. The answers may surprise you.
via Inside Higher Ed
In this podcast, three Denison professors discuss why Black girls are judged as if they’re adults, which has significant ramifications today.
via Columbus Dispatch
Denison University’s Kienzle Stadium gives Big Red lacrosse teams a world-class facility to match their talent.
Denison’s new Chief Information Officer Liv Gjestvang, has a wide perspective on the technology landscape of higher education — a global view.
Poser, a Tribeca-debuted film by DU grads, grabs headlines for its behind-the-scene glimpse of indie music landscape.
via Spin