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2018 Academic Awards convocation
April 24, 2018

Denison Celebrates Academic Achievement

Our annual Academic Awards Convocation honors both teaching and learning.

Melanie Amo '18, President Weinberg and a few others in a group photograph with awards
April 24, 2018

Students Honored for Community Service

Denisonian Melanie Amo '18 was honored with the Kussmaul Award for service to the Granville and Licking County communities.

Newark Advocate
Madeline Van Winkle and Patrick Banner
April 9, 2018

Students win National Science Foundation post-graduate fellowships

The National Science Foundation has awarded graduate research fellowships to two Denison students, Patrick Banner and Madeline Van Winkle.

Madeline Van Winkle and Dr. Reczek
April 11, 2018

Materials (Chemistry, that is) Girl

Maddie Van Winkle ’18 has spun her love of materials chemistry into a paper published in an esteemed science journal — & an NSF post-graduate fellowship

Iryna Klishch '18
April 9, 2018

Student Honored with National Poetry Award

Iryna Klishch '18 has been recognized with the Edna Meudt Memorial Award for the National Federation of State Poetry Societies (NFSPS).

Adela Hoffman '10 with her Peace Corps homestay parents in Mozambique.
April 9, 2018

Adela Hoffman '10: Global Impact Through Public Health

CDC employee Adela Hoffman '10 finds meaning in her work responding to health emergencies around the world.

Megan Jamison ’18 and Sophie Conlon ’18
April 6, 2018

Research Uncovers New Knowledge on Learning Disabilities

Student research leads to better understanding of testing accommodations for students with disabilities.

Students walking from chapel walk to academic quad
April 4, 2018

National Survey Shows Denison Students Get a Superior Education

In comparison to seniors at other elite institutions, DU seniors are significantly more likely to say their college experience was game-changing.

Students with instruments
April 3, 2018

New Music Ensemble Explores Modern Composers

The New Music Ensemble dives deep into the composers and music of today.

by Rosa Canales ‘20
Ryan Leckie '09
April 1, 2018

Ryan Leckie '09 Wins SXSW Competition

With an innovative use of technology, Ryan Leckie '09 helps hospitals locate blood donors —and wins a SXSW competition.

Red Frame Lab session
March 29, 2018

Denison Launches Entrepreneurship Summit

Denison's inaugural Entrepreneurship Summit takes place on Wednesday and Thursday, Sept. 19 and 20, 2018, on the Denison campus.

Students walking on the academic quad
March 27, 2018

Denison University a Top Peace Corps College

Once again, Denison University earns a place on Peace Corps' annual Top Volunteer-Producing Schools list.

Nestor Matthews
March 27, 2018

Psychology Professor Nestor Matthews

Denison Psychology Professor Nestor Matthews specializes in neuroscience and psychophysics - the science behind how we experience physical motion.

Newark Advocate
Robert Abbott in the Red Frame Lab
March 21, 2018

Designing the Future: Graphic Design & Professional Success

A graphic design series with Denison's Entrepreneur-in-Residence provides students with the opportunity to develop skills for professional success

by Alexis Boyages '19
Professor Kambiz GhaneaBassiri, an expert on religion and state in the contemporary politics of Muslims in America, visits Denison.
March 20, 2018

Contemporary Politics of Muslim America

Two days with Professor Kambiz GhaneaBassiri, an expert on religion and state in the contemporary politics of Muslims in America.

by Sarah Curtin '18
1st Row: Ayana Hinton, Rachel Mitton-Fry, Hanada Al-Masri 2nd Row: Regina Martin, Jason Busic, Sam Cowling, Steve Olmschenk Missing: Griffin Hollis
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.