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Professor Erik Klemetti says the sulfur emitted by the Tonga eruption is below the threshold to have a “significant impact on climate in general.”
via KSL.com
Mitchell Kreuch ‘88 has been tapped to lead Twitter’s revenue growth across the Southeast Asia region.
via CIO Axis
There’s no time to be bleak, but we can still be “real,” says Skye Wallin ‘11 about his documentary “American Gadfly.”
Prof. Terrance Dean urges readers to wear facemasks to protect “unseen” others: domestic workers, hotel maids, waitstaff, retail workers and more.
via Columbus Dispatch
Journalism instructor and former editor of the Columbus Dispatch writes his final column for the venerable newspaper.
via Columbus Dispatch
James Clear’s “Atomic Habits” scores No. 1 on McKinsey reading lists for Business, Decision-making, and Organizational Behavior.
via McKinsey
Newspaper intern Jake Gunther ’22 finds the rewards of taking chances.
by

Jake Gunther ’22

A three-year, $386,277 NSF grant will fund faculty and student research on interactions of photons with negative ions.
MLK keynote speaker explores King’s question: “How shall we live?” amid the polarization of our postmodern era.
The Greater Columbus Arts Council (Arts Council) board of trustees welcomed Denison University VP Raj Bellani to its body.
via GCAC
Smart advice help your student turn early stumbles into long-term success.
by

Adam Weinberg

Early on Coach Gregg Parini knew he was called to work with young people. “Coaching and swimming were simply the vehicles to channel the calling.”
via Newark Advocate
Denison University was recognized by the ALL IN Campus Democracy Challenge for increased student voter engagement during the 2020 elections.
Students need to gain a wider set of experiences in college and develop pre-professional skills to succeed in their internships and jobs.
by

Adam Weinberg

Aminah Robinson captured ‘Black love’ living in plain sight, says Prof. Terrence Dean of an extensive exhibit of the deceased artist’s work.
via Columbus Dispatch
Orlando Taylor’s ‘57 lifelong advocacy for education is evident in his work today leading an NSF-funded grant to advance women in the STEM fields.
via Times News Network
Before becoming an English professor at Denison, Prof. Margot Singer was a partner at international management consulting firm, McKinsey & Co.
via Newark Advocate
Out DU basketball coach Seth Hayes found ‘family’ after coming out. Now she’s doing the same for others.
via Outsports.com