Denison’s purpose is to inspire and educate its students to become autonomous thinkers, discerning moral agents and active citizens of a democratic society.
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We encourage faculty, students, and scholars alike to use the collection for classroom and scholarly work.
Whether through research, creative writing, science, math, language, or fine art practice, the museum has something to offer to faculty and students across campus.
Museum encourages students, scholars, and students beyond Denison to consider working with our collection.
Museum interns gain 3,892 hours of hands-on learning each year.
Columbus' PBS station will feature the Denison Museum exhibition Diné (Navajo) photographer Will Wilson’s (CIPX) project, Thursday, March 17 at 8 pm.
Interns at the Denison Museum spend time with antiquities, art and objects that enhance their learning, and deepen their connection to their research.
Come see the work of Navajo photographer Will Wilson and his innovative combination of old-fashioned photographic techniques with AR technology.