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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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Lessons of Ebola

Posted in Academics & Research on January 13, 2016

Associate Professor Chris Weingart on Ebola—and what we’ve learned from last summer’s crisis.

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Hope and health

Posted in Academics & Research on August 10, 2015

One summer scholar looks at growing both healthy food and a healthy community.

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Denison's Next President

Denison’s next president

Posted in On Campus on November 1, 2012

Dr. Adam Weinberg will become Denison’s 20th president on July 1, 2013.

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Love and the liberal arts

Posted in Academics & Research on February 15, 2012

Six professors weigh in on how their disciplines deal with the ultimate affection.

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Skeletons In The Room

Skeletons in the room

Posted in On Campus on December 9, 2011

Paleontologist Donald Johanson talks with students and faculty about “Lucy,” a hominid skeleton about 3.2 million years old.

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Finding Community In Northern Ireland

Finding community amid conflict

Posted in Academics & Research on August 19, 2011

Meg Gaertner ’12 explores the means of sustainable peace and community-building in Northern Ireland

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Learning on Demand

iTunes U: Learning on demand

Posted in Academics & Research on December 2, 2010

Visit Denison on iTunes U for podcasts and recent lectures by Erik Klemetti, Mary Tuominen, Robert Malcuit, and others.

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Helping Refugees In Ohio

Making refugees feel at home

Posted in Academics & Research on November 19, 2010

Erik Singh ’11 used his research project to learn about the challenges facing Somali refugees in Ohio.

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Amber, Aliens, and the American Diaspora

Amber, aliens & the American diaspora

Posted in Academics & Research on September 10, 2010

Summer Scholars dish out their research in the humanities, social sciences, and fine arts.

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