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Denison disrupts college career models with Launch Lab, a dynamic space for students to learn with businesses on their home turf — in downtown Columbus.
Denison’s master residential plan is modernizing our historic residence halls while providing students with opportunities to learn life skills.
Financial barriers can stand in the way of student success. Denison is working hard to help students overcome these obstacles.
ReMix exposes students to entrepreneurship, nudges them to see their own entrepreneurial potential, and helps them to build networks.
The National Science Foundation has awarded a three-year $50,000 research grant to DU Assistant Professor of Data Analytics Sarah Supp.
Red Frame student designers consulted with The Works museum in Newark to deepen the experience for their patrons.

Rhayna Kramer ‘19

We need to give our students the opportunities to help them develop the skills, values, and habits of effectively working in global ways.

Adam Weinberg

Students use the Red Frame Lab to solve problems

Alexis Boyages ’19

Get insights about what’s happening at Denison in this video interview with President Adam Weinberg.
A $7.5 million gift to Denison University supports library renovations and the Narrative Journalism Program.
Denison University reports that the number of students who applied to the college has increased - for the fourth consecutive year.
Data Analytics is more than a great skill — it’s a foundational way of seeing and understanding.
Denison hires an entrepreneurship coach for the Red Frame Lab, the college’s center for innovation, creative problem-solving, and entrepreneurship.
Denison’s ‘Red Frame Lab’ is a dedicated space in the center of campus where students can examine problems and develop solutions.
Building on Denison’s extraordinary ability to unlock potential, the college has launched an historic and ambitious fundraising campaign.
Denison is leading the way on career exploration. Our students start early, testing and refining the kinds of lives they want to lead.

Adam Weinberg

Denison hosted The Between Coasts Forum, for more than 50 writers, editors, radio and video journalists, and thought-leaders from across the nation.
In a recent Columbus Biz First interview, Denison President Adam Weinberg discussed employers connecting to Denison students and college affordability.
via Columbus Business First
Nine Bloomberg Terminals on the campus allow Denison’s students and faculty to access business data and news in real time.
Kathleen Browne to be Denison’s new chief investment officer, heading endowment investments of almost $800 million.
via Bloomberg News
Denison University’s Data Analytics program generates results - even in its first year. ” A new article drills into the details of Denison’s success.
via Inside Higher Ed
The Career Center offers OnBoard, a great way to get up to speed with skills that are invaluable for interviews and careers.
Denison University has announced a new performing arts building, made possible in part by a grant from The Eisner Foundation.
Denison University’s plan for a proposed $30 million performing arts center has received the approval of the Granville Planning Commission.
via Newark Advocate
The new Knowlton Center for Career Exploration is formally launched, and it’s already making a critical difference for Denison students.
by Landon Slangerup '17
Two Denison students came out of their Amazon internships in Seattle with great experience … and job offers.
Andrianna Peterson’s ‘Summer on the Cuyahoga’ internship made this Cleveland native aware of the opportunities in her own backyard.

Andrianna Peterson ‘18

Denison University announces an exciting new partnership with I Know I Can to make college more accessible to students from Columbus City Schools.
Denison helps students achieve an exceptional liberal arts education through need-based and merit-based aid that makes it both affordable and accessible.
The new major is especially apt for careers like physical therapy, sports medicine, public health and exercise science.
Once again, Denison University is included in the top tier on Forbes’ list of “America’s Top Colleges.”
Reese Neader ‘10 built community and economic stability through his nonprofit, Forge Columbus.
The highly successful enrollment for Denison’s class of 2020 continues the university’s upward trend.
Denison University’s scholarly research center has been named in honor of Professor Anthony J. Lisska.
Denison University has appointed a new assistant to the president for strategic initiatives, Rajesh Bellani.
Denison University launches a new academic concentration in financial economics.
Denison University students and grads earned six National Science Foundation awards to complete post graduate research.
Taking care of yourself, getting enough rest and sleep, can be difficult to do.
Denison University’s Office of Admission has reported that the number of applicants to the college has set a new record.
Jessen Havill literally wrote the book on how to best teach computer science.

Emily Ables ’19

Advising Circles gather peers and mentors to learn about Denison and themselves.
Ground breaking major in global commerce with a solid core in commerce issues, and focus on a global region through humanities, social sciences and arts.
Four cinema majors living in Chicago create their first movie.
The odd pairing of an economist and a paleontologist proves successful
by Cheyanne Cierpial '16
Jill Koval ‘16 is president of her sorority - and that takes a lot of skill.
by Jill Koval ’16
One Denison Seminar gives students the chance to use martial arts.
Denison’s strong academic reputation, quality of professors and selectivity places the college in the top ranks of national liberal arts institutions.
Denison officially welcomes the Class of 2019 on Sunday, August 23.