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.
Posted in On Campus on April 23, 2013
Former Senator Olympia Snowe urges voters and politicians to remember that “compromise” is not a dirty word.
Posted in On Campus on April 19, 2013
Friday’s Academic Awards Convocation was Denison’s heartfelt celebration of the best in teaching and learning.
Posted in On Campus on April 12, 2013
Sister Helen Prejean, human rights activist and author of Dead Man Walking, brings lessons from death row to Denison.
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 Academics & Research on February 21, 2013
The Board of Trustees just announced Denison’s newly tenured faculty.
Posted in Beyond Campus on January 8, 2013
How do you depict a skyline using crayons—without ever using them to draw a single line? Watch this time lapse video to find out.
Posted in Academics & Research on November 19, 2012
Professor Karen Graves recently talked about discrimination in public schools to the History of Education Society.
Posted in Beyond Campus on November 12, 2012
In honor of Veteran’s Day, we tell the story of one local man—and a former Denison faculty member—whose World War II sacrifice ensured our freedom.
Posted in Academics & Research on October 29, 2012
Professors from three different disciplines discuss creativity and courage in the classroom.
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 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 Beyond Campus on June 20, 2012
Christian Faur, director of collaborative technologies for the Fine Arts, pays homage to the dying pixel.
Posted in Voices of Denison on June 15, 2012
Cathy Dollard ’88 reflects on the impact of her former teacher and (now former) colleague, Professor Emeritus of History Don Schilling.
Posted in Beyond Campus on May 2, 2012
What happens when greed goes unchecked? Kirk Combe and his son explore the possibilities in their new sci-fi film, The Feed.
Posted in On Campus on April 20, 2012
President Knobel wraps up a successful personal dialogue series sponsored by the Open House.
Posted in Academics & Research on April 13, 2012
Student and faculty achievement are recognized at the college’s annual Academic Awards Convocation.
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 March 1, 2012
HyeKyung Lee, a recently tenured faculty member, is fascinated by new works, and that includes discovering others’ music or creating her own original pieces.
Posted in Academics & Research on February 24, 2012
Motherhood is stressful, but this research on expectations may make a difference.
Posted in Academics & Research on February 21, 2012
Jonathan Walley, one of the college’s newly tenured professors, delves deep into the art of cinema.
Posted in Academics & Research on February 15, 2012
Six professors weigh in on how their disciplines deal with the ultimate affection.
Posted in Academics & Research on February 9, 2012
Assistant Professor of English and Pulitzer nominee Peter Grandbois on the wonder of teaching and writing.
Posted in Academics & Research on February 8, 2012
Brenda Boyle, one of the college’s newly tenured professors, directs the Writing Center and teaches English courses, but she values her mentoring and advising roles, as well.
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 Academics & Research on January 13, 2012
Professor Bill Kirkpatrick traces the early history of our hometown in his new book published by the Granville Historical Society.
Posted in Academics & Research on January 1, 2012
A few tips for making (and keeping) those New Year’s resolutions.
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 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 Beyond Campus on November 30, 2011
The history of Licking County flows through Spring Valley, and now an effort is underway to restore and preserve the historic watershed.
Posted in On Campus on November 23, 2011
Professor Susan Kennedy talks turkey about tryptophan, the naturally occurring chemical that allegedly causes comatose behavior on Thanksgiving evening.
Posted in Academics & Research on November 18, 2011
Modern libraries and librarians are using established wisdom as they move forward through the 21st century.
Posted in Academics & Research on November 16, 2011
Effi Taylor ’12 made the journey from Ghana to America to attend college, but it was in Granville, Ohio, that she learned a traditional Ghanaian dance.
Posted in On Campus on November 10, 2011
Six-string virtuosos Romero Lubambo and Julian Lage rocked out Burke Recital Hall as part of the 15th Annual Jazz Guitar Festival.
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 November 1, 2011
Assistant professor of music and pianist HyeKyung Lee’s powerful presence on a very small piano.
Posted in Academics & Research on September 29, 2011
Geoscience Professor Erik Klemetti’s popular “Eruptions” blog has found a glitzy new home at Wired.
Posted in On Campus on August 29, 2011
Campus is buzzing as the first day of classes has everyone on the move.
Posted in Voices of Denison on August 29, 2011
A geosciences professor blogs about the rare quake that hit just days before Irene raced up the coast.
Posted in Academics & Research on August 1, 2011
Notice anything missing in The Times’ book reviews? Why are so few women writers featured?
Posted in On Campus on May 10, 2011
This spring, a dozen members of the Hundley family gathered to remember their ancestor, a former dean and professor, and the start of their long association with Denison.
Posted in Academics & Research on April 15, 2011
Students and faculty gather in Swasey Chapel to recognize high achievement at the annual Academic Convocation.
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 24, 2011
For six snowbound and powerful days, a throng of students and faculty retreat to the hills to learn about themselves, and how to lead and live with integrity.
Posted in Voices of Denison on January 17, 2011
In honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, the Newark Advocate reprints a supportive open letter to King from philosophy professor Ron Santoni, originally published on June 29, 1967.
Posted in Voices of Denison on December 3, 2010
Ten years after first setting foot on campus, Erin Copple Smith ’04 returns, this time wearing professor’s shoes.
Posted in Beyond Campus on December 2, 2010
NPR’s annual holiday favorite, “Hanukkah Lights,” features a story by English prof and award-winning author Margot Singer.
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.
Posted in On Campus on November 11, 2010
On Veterans Day, Denison honors those who have served.
Posted in Academics & Research on November 10, 2010
Assoc. Professor of English Fred Porcheddu ’87 uncovers history through a medieval manuscript.
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 Beyond Campus on October 28, 2010
With elections less than a week away, poli sci prof Mike Brady surveys the political landscape.
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 Academics & Research on September 14, 2010
Art history prof Joanna Grabski talks urban environments, the art they inspire, and her home away from home—Dakar, Senegal.
Posted in Academics & Research on September 9, 2010
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