Posted in Academics & Research on September 4, 2015
Summer research, whatever the discipline is a rewarding experience. It is an invaluable chance to dig in deep and develop new ideas.
Posted in Academics & Research on July 22, 2014
A group of Summer Scholars ask: Is full employment really possible?
Posted in Beyond Campus on July 12, 2013
Denison alumnus William G. Bowen ’55 has been awarded the National Humanities Medal by President Barack Obama.
Posted in Beyond Campus on October 16, 2012
In a big day for Cleveland sports, the Browns’ new ownership appointed Joe Banner ’75 as the team’s new CEO.
Posted in Voices of Denison on April 12, 2012
On Bloomberg Radio, Provost Brad Bateman discusses Keynesian economic theory and its relevance today.
Posted in Beyond Campus on November 23, 2011
Noted economist Lee Sachs ’85 talks to Bloomberg TV about the supercommittee’s failed deficit-reduction talks.
Posted in Academics & Research on November 7, 2011
In a New York Times op-ed, provost and economics professor Brad Bateman suggests where today’s economists have gone wrong.
Posted in Academics & Research on August 15, 2011
Summer scholar Rebecca Zhou ’13 looks at the American fashion industry’s future in China.
Posted in Beyond Campus on May 25, 2011
Remembering the late Mark Haines ’68, popular host of CNBC’s Squawk on the Street.
Posted in Beyond Campus on March 22, 2011
The view from atop Mount Kilimanjaro is gorgeous, and, hey, so is that sweatshirt.
Posted in Beyond Campus on March 7, 2011
In an interview with the Fox Business Network, John Faraci ’72 talks commodity prices in the wake of unrest and turmoil in North Africa and the Middle East.
Posted in Academics & Research on November 2, 2010
Economics prof Sohrab Behdad discusses Islamic economics in revolutionary Iran with Amsterdam’s Radio Zamaneh.
Posted in Voices of Denison on October 28, 2010
Economics prof Fadhel Kaboub addresses rising food prices in a letter to the Financial Times.
Posted in Academics & Research on September 15, 2010
Rachel Mattingly ’11 and the non-oxymoron of a Buddhist approach to economic development.