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Denison men’s and women’s swim & dive teams were hugely successful at NCAA nat’ls. Men won their 5th championship & women placed 3rd in the nation.
Hoke Wallace ‘21 is one of only about 60 presenters to share research at the Posters on The Hill program in Washington D.C.
Associate Professor Christine Weingart is fascinated by mysteries and the impact of tiny microbes on so many aspects of life.
via Newark Advocate
Attorney Aaron Webb ’96 is COO of Morning Pointe healthcare services company. Webb majored in black studies and political science at Denison.
via chattanoogan.com
You can develop an effective mindfulness practice with Mindful Denison Coordinator Linnea Pyne.
Tima Kaba ’19 practices mindfulness and shares the benefits with her friends and community.
The Ohio Arts Council (OAC) has recognized two Denison professors for their accomplishment in arts with Individual Excellence Awards of $5,000.
Students study how stars are formed through data and find surprising support for a new model.
Phantom of the Opera, 30 years old, is a re-imagined spectacle, starring Herb Porter ’13 as iconic Raoul at the story’s center.
via WTTE
Psychology students explore the effects of mindfulness on anxiety
Julia Miller ’19 and Head Volleyball Coach Carter Cassell discuss the athletic and personal impacts of mindfulness
Torie Conn ’10 illustrates a new book about our social media age
A performance by Molly Shanahan/Mad Shak investigates the alchemy that occurs between performer and audience.
via NewCity Stage
Biochemistry major Dr. Jason Bell ’97 is an ophthalmologist with Cincinnati Eye Institute, and several times noted as a “Top Doctor” in Cincinnati.
via All News Stories
Poet and English Prof. David Baker gathers poems for his upcoming collection, ‘Swift: New and Selected Poems.’
Observation without criticism is one way to describe Mindfulness. Denison President Adam Weinberg shares his view.
“Underground Fugue” by author and professor Margot Singer has been shortlisted for a Jewish Book Council award.
Ro Nita Hawes-Saunders ’73, CEO of the Dayton Contemporary Dance Company, will receive an honorary doctorate from the University of Dayton.
via University of Dayton
Poet & professor David Baker’s latest volume, “Swift: New and Selected Poems,” is devoted to observing change over time.
via New Yorker magazine
Developing countries need to build their own domestic ability to produce high-value products whose import produces a trade deficit, says Kaboub.
via The Week
English prof. Michael Croley explores issues of identity and displacement in his debut collection of short stories, ‘Any Other Place.’
Local WWI veterans are the subject of a talk by Julie Mujic, assistant professor of Global Commerce.
via Delaware Gazette
Alper Tuzcu ’11 premiers his new work, “Aurora,’ at the Boston Turkish Film & Music Festival.
via Boston Turkish Film Festival
Find a place where your student can find great mentorship, opportunities to engage deeply, & fellow students with whom they will build friendships.
by

Adam S. Weinberg

Students help children affected with cancer by organizing a Camp Kesem, a national organization that creates free summer camps.
For a leg up in the competitive job market, students head to a three-day Career Boot Camp.
Peace Corps has announced that Denison University is among the top 25 of Peace Corps volunteer-producers in the nation.