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Academic Programs & Services Directory
Campus Programs & Services Directory
Denison University’s exceptional people and programs often appear in print and digital news publications around the world. Below are a few examples.
DU baseball standout David Baskin '12 has launched a nonprofit in Israel, Ani Shlishi. Donated goods are sold, funding underserved people.
Denison Baseball Coach Mike Deegan, NCAC Coach of the Year in 2014, is honored by his alma mater with an induction into the Athletic Hall of Fame.
Former congressman Bob Dold '91 has been chosen as an Advisory Board Member for the University of Chicago Institute of Politics.
Denison is putting a "pragmatic twist" on a classic liberal arts education, says Vice President of Enrollment Management Greg Sneed.
Jennifer Garner '94 joins Lena Dunham on her new series, "Camping" — Garner's first TV role since Alias wrapped its five-season run on ABC in 2006.
James Clear '08 shares his tips on the habits and routines that make effective people the best at what they do.
Just two weeks after winning their 5th Grammy, the electrifying Ladysmith Black Mambazo takes to the Swasey stage.
After selling medical device firm Semprus BioSciences of Cambridge, David Lucchino '91 co-founds new biotech venture Frequency Therapeutics Inc.
Suni Harford '84, head of investments at UBS, talks about market volatility on Fast Money Halftime Report.
Alliance Theatre and Artistic Director Susan Booth '85 were awarded $250K Women's Leadership Grant, part of BOLD Theater Women’s Leadership Circle.
Multi-talented Sarob (Rob Tate '16) bases his music in his personal history and from his political science and philosophy classes at Denison.
During a renovation of Atlanta's Alliance Theatre, Artistic Director Susan Booth '85 is bringing a work to life in the Atlanta History Center.
George Bodenheimer '80, emerged from retirement to lead ESPN through a transition. Bodenheimer is lending a "steady influence" to the media giant.
Denison biology major Ayanna Alcendor '08 has established a law firm in Detroit.
Thriving at the Medical School of Wisconsin, President's Medalist Na'il Scoggins '17 wants to be a doctor to give back to the community.
At the college's Business and Industry Breakfast, President Weinberg shared details on how Denison and its students are thriving.
George Bodenheimer '80, former president and executive chairman of ESPN, has been named acting chair of the sports information industry leader.
Artist Peter Brooke '83 creates landscapes from memory and paint.
Denison and American University of Cairo School of Business partner for a class on international politics and business.
DU football player and Cincinnati Bengal co-founder Pete Brown '65, dies
Andy Jacobs '89 has been promoted to Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of Hostess Brands, Inc.
Denison VP Laurel Kennedy: Students should look at majors and careers that excite their passion — and help them achieve other laudable goals.
Holistic health is the focus of a new book by Jade Wimberley '92, a licensed naturopathic doctor.
Stephen Carver '83, executive director of the Kalamazoo Civic, expanded his theatre major into a life in the arts, acting in Hollywood and more.
Jane Bright ’18 was the lead author of a recently published paper in the “Astrophysical Journal.”
Olympic marathoner Dee Salukombo '12 inspires the people of his homeland, the Republic of Congo, through the love of education and running.
Geology professor Erik Klemetti, also a world-renowned vulcanologist, commented on the eruption of Mount Agung on the Indonesian island of Bali.
For Denison presidential medalist Na'il Scoggins '17 education is the key as he pursues a medical degree.
Denison's 2.3 megawatt solar array is almost ready for the "on" switch. It will provide about 15% of Denison's energy needs.
Denison Emeritus Professor of Mathematics Andy Sterrett was presented with a "quilt of valor" for his service in World War II.
23-year-old Sandy Rich just celebrated her one-year anniversary as an employee of Bon Appetit, Denison's Dining Services provider.
All living mayors of Indianapolis gathered to celebrate former U.S. Sen. Richard Lugar '54 on the 50th anniversary of his election as mayor.
Maria Tatar '67 and Henry Louis Gates Jr co-edited a new book, 'Annotated African American Folktales' Reclaims Stories Passed Down From Slavery
Steve Carell '84 is the heart of 'Last Flag Flying,' exploring the bonds of war as Carell's character buries his son and finds the truth of his death.
The nation's longest-running Jazz Guitar Festival, launched at Denison in 1997 by Tom Carroll, continues to enthrall music-lovers.
Columbus, the 14th largest city in the nation, also is a national retail testing ground. Retail concepts are born and tested in Denison's backyard.
Four years ago, Sara Abou Rashed '21 was a refugee from Syria who spoke no English. This weekend, she will speak at "Day of the Girl."
As Communications Intern for the Granville Community Foundation, Fitale Wari '18 will report on the foundations's local programs, projects, and events.
DU Theatre production asks the question: What else can you do if your father won't protect you, your country won't defend you- flee to another country?
Former U.S. Ambassador Tony Hall '64 visited N. Korea seven times. He shares his reflections on the "Hermit Kingdom" in this op-ed.
Herman Frazier '76 won gold medals in the 4x400 m relay, at the 1976 Olympics and 1975 and 1979 Pan American Games.
The Denison Department of Theatre announces 2017-2018 season.
2-time Olympic Medalist Bill Bentsen '50 has been recognized for his years of excellence through his induction into the National Sailing Hall of Fame.
In a recent Columbus Biz First interview, Denison President Adam Weinberg discussed employers connecting to Denison students and college affordability.
As a White House Fellow, Dr. Kyle Sheetz '09 will work with the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs to improve access and quality of surgical services.
This fall, Denison's Beck Series includes authors Kim Edwards ("Memory Keeper's Daughter"), Ted Genoways ("This Blessed Earth") and more.
WWII veteran and track athlete George Roudebush '49 rocks it at the Masters level with two gold medals in the hurdles and a 2nd place in the decathelon.
Andie Raynor '83, a first responder chaplain at 9/11, publishes her fourth book, "The Alphabet of Grief: Words to Help in Times of Sorrow."
Breanna Shell '06 works with neighborhoods and businesses as the city planner for Huntington, W.Va.
History professor emeritus Barry Keenan expounds on the virtues of the liberal arts in a tumultuous world.
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