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Getting the math right

Posted in On Campus on May 13, 2016

After more than 50 years of teaching mathematics, Professor Don Bonar was “clapped out” of his last class.

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Meet the new class

Posted in On Campus on February 23, 2016

Congratulate this year’s new class of tenured professors, who will be officially promoted in the fall of 2016.

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Happy numbers

Posted in Academics & Research on January 5, 2016

Useful? What’s wrong with recreational math? Why shouldn’t numbers be happy?

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New dimensions

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.

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Tying the knot

Posted in Academics & Research on July 29, 2014

Who said toys can’t be a part of serious research?

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Lew Ludwig, associate professor of mathematics

It all adds up

Posted in Academics & Research on May 2, 2013

Mathematics prof Lew Ludwig’s varied and innovative approaches to teaching earn him top honors from his peers in the Mathematical Association of America.

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Mathematically Bent

Knot happening

Posted in On Campus on July 20, 2012

More than 100 mathematics undergraduates and faculty from across the states gathered in anticipation for a little-known phenomenon—mathematical dinner theater.

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The Odd Couple

The odd couple

Posted in Academics & Research on May 9, 2012

Biology and computer science are like peanut butter and chocolate—two great academic fields that work well together.

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Robotics, Computing & Society

Robotics, computing & society

Posted in Academics & Research on March 16, 2012

A first-year studies course uses robots to get a glimpse of what computer science is all about.

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Research incubation, defense strategy, venture capitalism—if it has to do with cutting edge technology, Sergei Kanareykin '03 has probably had his hands in it. The Boston-based alum was on campus yesterday talking with math and computer science majors about the many possibilities students have after their time at Denison. Since graduation, Kanareykin has served as the chief technical officer of the Center for Advanced Defense Studies, the deputy managing director of Oxantium Ventures, and CEO of Make a Mind Company, a technology incubator.

Techno talent

Posted in On Campus on March 8, 2012

Sergey Kanareykin ’03 talked with math and computer science majors about his many pursuits in various fields of technology.

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Pumpkin Pi

Pumpkin pi

Posted in On Campus on October 27, 2011

Math students did a little pumpkin carving and the results were not your typical jack-o-lanterns.

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The Correct Answer Is: 'Who Is Watson?'

The correct answer is: ‘Who is Watson?’

Posted in On Campus on February 16, 2011

Grabbing a study break to watch Watson take down a couple of mere mortals on ‘Jeopardy!’

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The Works

Arts and sciences with The Works

Posted in Beyond Campus on February 10, 2011

It’s just one of the ways that students and profs help local schoolchildren to learn, but it might be one of the most fun.

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Summer Scholars Science Symposium

Blinding with science

Posted in Academics & Research on September 3, 2010

It was all about nucleotides, polymerases, and PR2 yesterday, as students showcased their summer research at the Science Scholars Research Symposium. Get yourself photoexcited by our Flickr slideshow!

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DU + MathFest = Awards

Posted in Academics & Research on September 3, 2010

Denison students cleaned up at this summer’s MathFest in Pittsburgh.

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Kat Lenhart '09 and Tiny Fey, backstage at the Emmys. Photo from

Denison in the Blogosphere (8/30/10)

Posted in Beyond Campus on August 30, 2010

The best Denison-related content on the interwebs.

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