Posted in Beyond Campus on November 13, 2015
Erin Worden ’17 discovers the importance of relationships when it comes to changing the world.
Posted in On Campus on September 18, 2015
3D printers are bringing together a range of disciplines and creative thinking to produce a new outlet for innovation.
Posted in On Campus on June 1, 2015
During Reunion Weekend, members of the Class of 1965 shared stories of the ways in which the arts influenced their lives.
Posted in On Campus on April 3, 2015
8 quick tips from a group of successful alumni.
Posted in Academics & Research on December 18, 2014
A liberal arts mash-up makes space for art and science to imagine new forms of life together.
Posted in Academics & Research on January 7, 2014
What Sherlock Holmes, Dear Watson, and their shared turf on Baker Street can teach us about the liberal arts experience.
Posted in On Campus on October 23, 2013
On a gorgeous fall day in Granville, as Denison inaugurated Adam Weinberg as its 20th president, the community welcomed him and offered words of advice.
Posted in On Campus on March 13, 2013
A behind-the-scenes look at the dramatic production of “The Adventures of a Black Girl in Search of God.”
Posted in Voices of Denison on February 7, 2013
Jessie Kanelos Weiner ’08 explains how the liberal arts drew her to the City of Light.
Posted in Academics & Research on January 16, 2013
Adam Davis has just won a prestigious National Endowment for the Humanities fellowship to study charitable practices in medieval France.
Posted in Beyond Campus on January 4, 2013
Cynthia Baum ’78 is about to wrap up her first year as the ninth president of Walden University. A pretty impressive academic career that started with the words, “Why not?
Posted in Voices of Denison on December 18, 2012
Lucas Meyer ’12 explains how managing a state Senate campaign has a lot to do with money, messaging, and the liberal arts.
Posted in Voices of Denison on December 11, 2012
Thanks to an old photograph in the Denison Museum collection, Marisa Zemesarajs ’16 can journey to Luxor, Egypt, without ever leaving campus.
Posted in Voices of Denison on November 20, 2012
Matt Kretchmar is about to finish his first semester back in the classroom after spending five years in the First-Year Program as dean.
Posted in Academics & Research on November 16, 2012
Rachel Laughlin ’14 combined biology and photography to create stunning images featuring scenes from under the microscope.
Posted in On Campus on November 14, 2012
Denison’s next president received a warm reception as he was formally introduced to the campus community.
Posted in Academics & Research on November 8, 2012
Exile, a student literary journal, has been published for more than 50 years. And now it’s all online.
Posted in On Campus on November 1, 2012
Dr. Adam Weinberg will become Denison’s 20th president on July 1, 2013.
Posted in Academics & Research on October 29, 2012
Professors from three different disciplines discuss creativity and courage in the classroom.
Posted in Academics & Research on October 11, 2012
The Summer Scholars program is a four-season opportunity for students, but the fall is when we see the fruits of their research.
Posted in On Campus on September 7, 2012
The Spectrum Series opened with a visit from a trio of Sesame Street panelists and a very blue, very furry friend.
Posted in On Campus on September 5, 2012
Members of the Sesame Workshop explore creativity and courage in Denison’s first convocation of the year.
Posted in Academics & Research on August 27, 2012
The beginning of the academic year is a perfect time to celebrate the liberal arts and sciences.
Posted in Academics & Research on July 27, 2012
This year’s campuswide theme is getting a creative boost from incoming first-year students.
Posted in Beyond Campus on May 25, 2012
President Knobel recently traveled to Saudi Arabia to share ideas with a new liberal arts college for women.
Posted in Beyond Campus on April 27, 2012
Signe Burgstaller ’88 recently stopped by to spend a day with students and talk about her personal experience as an international student and a U.N. ambassador.
Posted in Academics & Research on April 10, 2012
Newly tenured biology professor Lina Yoo has a passion for teaching immunology, and she takes pride in the pursuits of her students.
Posted in Academics & Research on February 15, 2012
Six professors weigh in on how their disciplines deal with the ultimate affection.
Posted in On Campus on December 14, 2011
Denison’s chapter of the nation’s premier academic honorary society held a birthday party on campus to celebrate both its first century and its next one.
Posted in On Campus on December 8, 2011
With two weeks left in the semester, we talked to students to see what’s on their to-do lists.
Posted in Academics & Research on December 7, 2011
History professor Mitchell Snay looks back with a new book on Horace Greeley and looks ahead with a deep appreciation of the liberal arts.
Posted in Beyond Campus on October 19, 2011
Kimmi Oshita ’11, on her first few challenging weeks in a Baltimore school room as part of Teach For America.
Posted in Voices of Denison on April 11, 2011
Returning to her alma mater prompts Shannon McLoughlin Morrison ’06 to reflect on a transformative four years.
Posted in Voices of Denison on February 21, 2011
President Knobel discusses the importance of independent, nonprofit colleges in a Columbus Dispatch op-ed.
Posted in On Campus on February 8, 2011
A winter break workshop explores the experiences of alumni entrepreneurs, and what the liberal arts had to do with their success.
Posted in Beyond Campus on December 9, 2010
Michael Eisner ’64 talks to WSJ. Magazine about his career, the media biz, and the value of the liberal arts.
Posted in Academics & Research on October 15, 2010
The Women’s Studies program recently hosted a reunion, with TAs and faculty returning to campus and engaging in an intergenerational conversation about social change with the current community.
Posted in Academics & Research on October 6, 2010
Denison’s faculty establishes a “Power and Justice” core competency, and the intent for students to question their own place in the structures of human societies.
Posted in On Campus on September 8, 2010
Technology expert and opinion leader Steven Johnson talks about where good ideas come from. SPOILER ALERT: A lot come from the liberal arts learning environment.