Posted in Academics & Research on August 22, 2013
A partnership with The Works and an internship in Joe Reczek’s lab are educating the next generation of scientists—students who are already devising strategies to solve the world’s biggest problems.
Posted in On Campus on May 7, 2013
This summer, the Denison community will bid farewell to retiring President Dale Knobel and his wife, Tina, after 15 years of leadership.
Posted in Beyond Campus on October 5, 2012
Prof. Joe Reczek’s innovative way to demonstrate the power of the sun is helping local school kids see solar in a whole new light.
Posted in On Campus on September 13, 2012
Denison’s revamped Ebaugh Laboratories scores a gold certification from the U.S. Green Building Council.
Posted in Academics & Research on April 26, 2012
Faith Simunyu ’13 has received a prestigious science award from Merck, and will intern at one of the company’s facilities this summer.
Posted in Academics & Research on February 3, 2012
Professor Jordan Fantini and his chem students are synthesizing basket-like molecules that can be used in a number of new ways.
Posted in Beyond Campus on December 6, 2011
Joe Reczek is a prof on a mission: interest local kids in going to college and in the sciences—and do some good in the world at the same time.
Posted in On Campus on October 17, 2011
The new Ebaugh Laboratories is formally dedicated, and chemistry at Denison will never be the same.
Posted in On Campus on August 4, 2011
A sneak peek inside the startling new Ebaugh Labs. (And yes, students are actually calling it ‘Ebaughsome.’)
Posted in Beyond Campus on July 26, 2011
From the lab to the big screen, Dr. Barry Byrne ’78 is using viruses to treat a form of muscular dystrophy.
Posted in Academics & Research on March 2, 2011
Matt McErlean ’12 thought the organic chemistry lab procedure could be improved. So he did something about it—he rewrote it.
Posted in Beyond Campus on February 25, 2011
Again this year, the Peace Corps has recognized Denison as one of the nation’s top producers of volunteers.
Posted in On Campus on January 26, 2011
Check out the progress on the new chem building—it’s a recipe for 21st century teaching and learning.
Posted in Beyond Campus on December 27, 2010
Environmental engineer Shellie Miller ’00 had to keep a secret about her prestigious award from the White House. Here’s why…