A gift from two faculty members honors their departments, their careers, and their students.
Making an impact, thanks to you.
A geology student with a talent for narrative journalism uncovers the recent past through WWII letters between a professor and his wife.
Scott Schurz is giving back to Denison. Here’s why—and why he thinks you should, too. (By the way, the answers to those questions are worth a million dollars.)
Fitale Wari ’18 turned her love of learning and writing into a career. A published author, she works for W. W. Norton, Inc.
Denison students take ownership of their education and each piece adds new dimension and insight into their future.
Madeline Van Winkle ’18 has always had a love for science – you might say it’s in her DNA.
Denison University announces the college’s William Howard Doane Library will undergo a $5.7 million renovation as part of a gift totaling $7.5 million from Sue Douthit O’Donnell, a member of the Denison Class of 1967, and her husband, Bob.
Summer internships open doors and possibilities for Denison University students.
Student research flourishes at Denison, with guidance and mentorship from
faculty who are at the top of their fields—and care deeply about their students.
Denison’s groundbreaking career exploration model yields results – our students are launching into successful professional lives of meaning and purpose.
Denison’s innovative approach encompasses the mind and the body, as well as other
factors that impact wellness, like time management and resilience.
Global learning deepens and broadens students’ education – study abroad is a value-added proposition that pays rich dividends in our students’ lives.
The Annual Fund gives Denison the flexibility and resources to address unexpected needs and take advantage of opportunities.
There has never been a better time than now to learn through the arts at Denison, where talented students and faculty collaborate across disciplines and create new possibilities.