Denison Prof. Shiri Noy and UW-Milwaukee colleague Tim O’Brien are awarded a $55,000 grant to study the moral meanings of science and religion.

Toni King, associate professor and director of the Black Studies Program, has been awarded the 2020 Brickman Leadership Award.

Denison Associate Professor of Economics Quentin Duroy has been honored with the 2020 Brickman Teaching Award.

Denison University Professor of History Karen Spierling has been honored with the 2020 Bonar Award for exemplary teaching and mentoring

Summer Accelerator 2020 gives students an edge with programs to sharpen thinking, build skills, and forge experiences & professional connections.

Introducing the Michael G. and Barbara W. Rahal Professorship in History at Denison University.

Denison University announces faculty who have been promoted to full professor.

Michaela Morrison ’21 has been chosen as Denison University’s Class of 2020 student commencement speaker.

Communication major Hannah Patacca ‘20 has been honored with the Kussmaul Award.

Denison University announces named faculty chairs.

Denison University announces the inaugural appointment of the Anne Powell Riley Endowed Professorship for Environmental Studies.

Climate change is reshaping global biodiversity. Species are responding to changing temperatures on the land and in the ocean.

Denison University announces the recipients of the 2020 Provost’s Academic Excellence Award.

Denison's Harper “Hoke” Wallace ‘20 awarded a Fulbright Student Grant to enroll in a two-year master’s program in cognitive science in Paris.

Welcome to the Spring 2020 newly tenured professors at Denison University.

Denison students are honored with prestigious national and international scholarships and awards, including Fulbrights and a Beinecke Scholarship.

Denisonian Sara Abou Rashed ’21 is a 2020 Truman Finalist and one of 18 students nationwide to be awarded the prestigious Beinecke Scholarship.

The Denison Board of Trustees has elected Ben Cross '20 to serve as the newest Recent Student Trustee.

Denison introduces a new Politics and Public Affairs degree program, a modern approach to political science education.

Denison University announces the appointment of incoming Vice President for Student Development, Alexander R. Miller.

Denison is extending remote learning for the rest of the semester and is also taking actions to close residence halls.

A message to the community regarding operations.

Denison University is among the schools with the highest number of Peace Corps volunteers for 2020.

Denison University is a national winner of the 2020 Active Minds Healthy Campus Award.

Denison University has been honored with the Carnegie Community Engagement Classification

For the fourth time in the past five years, Denison is a top-producing Fulbright college.

A new book by Prof. Sandy Runzo explores the impact of popular culture on poet Emily Dickinson.

Denison’s Venture Philanthropy club awards annual grants of $10,000 and 200 student volunteer hours to local organizations.

An NSF grant funds research to map the longest Mississippi River Flood on record while supporting inclusive undergraduate geoscience research.

Professor of History Adam Davis has written a new book on the rise of the hospital during Europe’s first great age of commerce.

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.

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

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

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.

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

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

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

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

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.”