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“Construct a narrative about all the skills you’ll bring to the workplace and how you’ve learned through classes,” says Exec. Dir. Hank Malin.
via Safety and Health Magazine

Prof. Lauren Araiza writes about a deep-rooted partnership between the Black Panther Party and the United Farm Workers.
via The Washington Post

Marie (Smith) Webb ‘96 has been named the Chief Talent & Inclusion Officer for EPB, an energy company in Tennessee.
via chattanoogan.com
Update from Pres. Weinberg on the impact of recent guidance on Denison students and the joint statement made by the GLCA Presidents and signed by Denison.

An article by English Prof. Jack Shuler asks “Can the White People of Small-Town America Get Behind the Movement for Black Lives?”
via The New Republic

“Leaders embrace ownership,” says History major and former Marine Ben Minor 03, one of five life leadership lessons he shares.
via Thrive Global

Physics Prof Steven Olmschenk on a topic Star Trek fans relish: Teleportation, saying ‘It would be very, very hard…and perhaps very messy.’
via Gizmodo

Asst. Prof. Robert Bennett’s research has found that black athletes’ activism inspires more African Americans to get politically involved.
via Washington Post
Pres. Weinberg makes the case in Kiplinger that there’s never been a better time for students & recent grads to make new connections & develop skills.
by

Adam Weinberg

Prof. Terrance Dean invited to Columbus Dispatch Editorial Board to help decide the topics and positions for the news organization’s editorials.
via Columbus Dispatch

Prof. Paul Djupe’s research is cited in an article about current beliefs of faith groups juxtaposed with LGBTQ rights.
via Deseret News
Political science major Taylor Shook ’20 heads to Indianapolis after graduation for a two-year position with Parker Technology through an Orr Fellowship.

Dr. Sophia French ‘11, a child neurologist at Oregon Health and Science University, explains a new study about alcohol/tobacco use while pregnant.
via Neurologyinsights.com
Denison will welcome students to campus in Fall 2020 for flexible in-person residential learning and living.
by

Adam Weinberg

Toni King, associate professor and director of the Black Studies Program, has been awarded the 2020 Brickman Leadership Award.

Author Pam Houston ‘83 gets kudos and the Colorado Book Award for creative nonfiction for her book “Deep Creek: Finding Hope in the High Country.”
via Parker Chronicle

Anna Spain Bradley ‘99, an expert in international law and human rights has been named vice chancellor for equity, diversity & inclusion at UCLA.
via UCLA
Denison Associate Professor of Economics Quentin Duroy has been honored with the 2020 Brickman Teaching Award.