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Research by Psychology Professor Nestor Matthews indicates musical training improves visual timing.
Denison CIO Dena Speranza has been named a “Tech Power Player.”
“Advanced Materials,” a premier scientific journal, featured an article by a Denison professor and student on the cover of its May, 2018 edition.
Teach for America has announced that Denison University fourth in the nation as a provider of top talent for the program.
Prof. Steven Olmschenk receives a prestigious National Science Foundation CAREER award, supporting his research and teaching.
Sara Abou Rashed ’21 presents “A Map of Myself, a 60-Minute, One-Woman Revolution.”
Denison welcomes alumni, families, and friends for Big Red Weekend September 28 to 30.
Poet and English Professor David Baker's most recent book, "Seek After: on Seven Modern Lyrics Poets," explores the life and work of seven poets.
Denison jumps forward three more places in U.S. News & World Report rankings of national liberal arts colleges to #43.
The Denison grounds crew works hard to maintain and beautify the campus. They recently achieved certifications for their education toward that end.
Associate Professor of Philosophy Sam Cowling’s new book, “Abstract Entities” asks challenging questions.
Denison hosts two of only 72 academically outstanding students from the U.K. participating in a unique Fulbright program.
English prof. Peter Grandbois places his own history within the context of values from a samurai code.
In the fall of 2018, Denison University is commencing a new academic program, the Middle East & North African Studies (MENA) concentration.
Denison's inaugural Entrepreneurship Summit takes place on Wednesday and Thursday, Sept. 19 and 20, 2018, on the Denison campus.
Denison University faculty and staff welcome some 650 members of the Class of 2022 on Sunday, Aug. 26.
Doug Spieles, professor of environmental studies, has written a new book that looks at environmentalism through a range of human values.
Assistant professor Charles St-Georges thinks meaningful conversations can happen by academically looking at pop culture.
The NCAA has recognized Craig Hicks, assistant athletic director for athletics communications, for the excellence of his writing about athletics.
HyeKyung Lee, associate professor of music, has been awarded a prestigious orchestral commission for the Eastern Music Festival.
The American Prize in Composition for instrumental chamber music, professional division, has been awarded to Professor of Music Ching-chu Hu.
Denison is one of only 10 colleges nationally recognized in the top 50 of both the US News and World Report and the Learfield Director’s Cup.
Denison partners with Medill School of Journalism for Between Coasts conference.
Denison University celebrated the achievements of the Class of 2018 on Saturday, May 19.
Associate Professor Sheilah ReStack receives a $43,800 grant from the Canada Council for the Arts, for ‘Future From Inside.’
Denison Venture Philanthropy partnered with C-Tec to provide education and professional advancement skills for refugees in Licking County.
Our annual Academic Awards Convocation honors both teaching and learning.
Iryna Klishch '18 has been recognized with the Edna Meudt Memorial Award for the National Federation of State Poetry Societies (NFSPS).
The National Science Foundation has awarded graduate research fellowships to two Denison students, Patrick Banner and Madeline Van Winkle.
In comparison to seniors at other elite institutions, DU seniors are significantly more likely to say their college experience was game-changing.
The Mellon Foundation has approved a grant of $700,000 to Denison University for an initiative to embed “place-based” narrative in the curriculum.
A $7.5 million gift to Denison University supports library renovations and the Narrative Journalism Program.
Once again, Denison University earns a place on Peace Corps' annual Top Volunteer-Producing Schools list.
Denison University reports that the number of students who applied to the college has increased - for the fourth consecutive year.
Denison University announces newly tenured professors.
Educational thought-leader James D. Anderson will serve as the keynote speaker at Denison's 177th commencement ceremony on Saturday, May 19.
Denison's campus is known for its beautiful trees, and with more than 3,000 trees and an arboretum, the college also is a 'Tree Campus USA.'
Denison hires an entrepreneurship coach for the Red Frame Lab, the college’s center for innovation, creative problem-solving, and entrepreneurship.
Denison students Rachel Azbell ’19 and Anthony Bruno ’20 accepted into the 2018 Jazz Education Connection of Ohio Intercollegiate Jazz Ensemble.
Three Denison students were called upon for recognition at the 2017 American Model United Nations conference.
The Granville Inn has been recognized for its leadership in hospitality.
Denison University is second in the nation for students awarded the prestigious Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarships to study abroad.
Denison Associate Professor of English Margot Singer recently has been announced as the honoree of the Edward Lewis Wallant Award.
Physics and mathematics major Jane Bright ’18 has published a paper in the Astrophysical Journal.
The Greater Columbus Arts Council just spotlighted two members of the Denison University family, Sara Abou Rashed ’21 and Andrew Levitt ’01.
Denison University announces the appointment of Brian Paul Allen ’17 as the college’s 2017 recent student trustee
Hollis Griffin, assistant professor of communication, has authored a book, “Feeling Normal: Sexuality and Media Criticism in the Digital Age.”
Na’il Scoggins ’17, who graduated with a major in biology and a minor in Spanish, is now a Dean’s Scholar at the Medical College of Wisconsin.
A new book, “Disability Media Studies,” edited by Bill Kirkpatrick, associate professor of communication, introduces key ideas in this emerging field.
Denison's 'Red Frame Lab' is a dedicated space in the center of campus where students can examine problems and develop solutions.