Denison University announces that Lori Anger is the university’s new Director of Alumni and Family Engagement.

Entrepreneur and alum Rick Coplin '85 is joining Denison’s RED Frame Lab as an entrepreneurship coach for students.

A $41,000 grant will support a post-doctoral teaching fellow who will teach semester-long courses on Buddhism, Islam, and Hinduism.

Assistant Professor Chris David Westover has recently won recognition in two competitions.

Narrative Journalism at Denison continues to support national journalists reporting from the “middle” of America.

Prof. Nausica Marcos Miguel serves as researcher-participant to a $50,000 research grant on Spanish language textbooks.

The American Prize has recognized Denison music faculty for their talent and skill.

Prof. Peter Grandbois follows the life of an Ojibwe chief in "Half-Burnt," a glimpse into a Native American story told outside typical conventions.

Denison University’s grounds crew have won national recognition for their work in sustainably maintaining and beautifying the college’s campus.

Alumni gift will establish Knetzer Family Institute for Development Through Sport

Denison University is pleased to announce Stephanie Jackson has been hired as the college’s Title IX Coordinator.

Denison Prof. Emily Nemeth has been recognized for her leadership and accomplishments through placement on a county-wide 20 Under 40 list.

Biodiversity is changing at different rates across the globe, according to a team of international researchers, including Prof. Sarah Supp.

ReMix exposes students to entrepreneurship, nudges them to see their own entrepreneurial potential, and helps them to build networks.

Denison announces a new collaboration with Third Coast Percussion, a Grammy-winning, artist-run quartet of classically-trained percussionists.

Denison's endowment portfolio beats gains by Harvard and Yale — and helps support middle- and lower-income students.

Denison dedicates the Eisner Center, highlighting the interdisciplinary energy of dance, music and theatre.

In the fall of 2019, current Denison students and alumni celebrated the 50th anniversary of the founding of the university’s Black Student Union.

Denison has partnered with the American Talent Initiative to collaborate with philanthropy and research communities.

Groundbreaking research by a Denison sociologist shed new light on the controversial topic of the value of “thoughts and prayers.”

Denison University welcomes two students through the Sutton Trust US Program, funded by the US-UK Fulbright Commission.

Dustin Brentlinger has joined Denison University as inaugural Polk Family Director of Student Health and Wellness

A new poll by Times Higher Ed/Wall Street Journal puts the Big Red at #6 for best student/faculty interactions.

The New England Foundation for the Arts has awarded Denison a grant for a performing arts initiative.

The National Science Foundation has awarded a three-year $50,000 research grant to DU Assistant Professor of Data Analytics Sarah Supp.

Denison University has been awarded a grant of $275,000 to fund a new model that welcomes and supports underserved students in the sciences.

Jimmy Fennessey ’19 has been awarded a prestigious Boren Scholarship to study in Jordan during the 2019-20 academic year.

Denison University is announcing Alexandra Schimmer will join the college as general counsel.

Denison University’s pollinator-friendly solar array is the first of its kind in the State of Ohio.

Denison University graduate Laura Robinson has been awarded a year-long fellowship to Casablanca, Morocco.

Judge Richard Dinkins, a member of the Denison University Class of 1974, has been honored with the Nelson C. Andrews Distinguished Service Award.

Elena Meth '19 is selected as Denison's Recent Student Trustee.

Lucas Unver ’22 has received a place on a Fulbright Summer Institute to study at Aberystwyth University in Wales.

Two Denison students were awarded prestigious Goldwater Scholarships for their scientific research.

Denison University announces construction is underway on Silverstein Hall, a new residential space for Denison seniors.

Twenty-three Denison University students and alumni have been awarded prestigious international fellowships, scholarships, and awards.

Denison University honored three outstanding students with the Provost’s Academic Excellence Award.

Associate Professor Katy Crossley-Frolick is honored with the Bonar Family Mentorship and Teaching Excellence Award.

Denison University honored Professor of Educational Studies Karen Graves with the prestigious Charles A. Brickman Teaching Excellence Award.

Michael Angelo ’19 honored with Charles J. Ping Student Service Award.

Associate Professor Fareeda Griffith has been named to the Columbus top 40 Under 40 list.

Denison celebrates the academic achievements of its students and faculty at its annual academic awards convocation.

Actor, advocate, and businessperson Jennifer Garner '94 will serve as the keynote speaker at the college’s 178th Commencement Ceremony.

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.

English Professor Ann Townsend's new collection of poetry explores the mistakes we make in relationships.

Hoke Wallace ‘21 is one of only about 60 presenters to share research at the Posters on The Hill program in Washington D.C.

The Ohio Arts Council (OAC) has recognized two Denison professors for their accomplishment in arts with Individual Excellence Awards of $5,000.

Poet and English Prof. David Baker gathers poems for his upcoming collection, 'Swift: New and Selected Poems.'

"Underground Fugue" by author and professor Margot Singer has been shortlisted for a Jewish Book Council award.

English prof. Michael Croley explores issues of identity and displacement in his debut collection of short stories, 'Any Other Place.'