OCTOBER 2015 NEWSLETTER
Digital Scholarship at Denison and The Ohio Five: Projects and Pedagogy
Discussions, Workshops, and Meetings
Dr. Jacob Heil (Mellon Digital Scholar)
Tuesday, October 20
Office of the Provost
Center for Learning and Teaching
Curious about the role of digital technology in your classes or scholarship?
Wondering how to make your ideas for a digital project a reality?
The Andrew W. Mellon Fine Arts Grant
We are thrilled to announce Denison has received a $750,000 grant from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to support activities that promote arts across the curriculum. Over three years, beginning in January 2016, we will host three year-long residencies per year and four semester-long residencies per year.
Thursday, October 1
General Faculty Meeting (Herrick Auditorium) 11:30 a.m.
Friday, October 2
First Friday for faculty and administrators (Faculty Common) 4:30 p.m.
Tuesday, October 6
Tuesday Lunch (Knobel Hall) 12:30 p.m.-1:30 p.m.
Lunch subsidized by Provost’s office – New Price $4
“The Female Embodiment of an Enchanted State: Women and Visual Culture in New Mexico, 1918-1950.” Joy Sperling (Art History & Visual Culture)
Faculty Research Dinner (Monomoy) 5:30 – Alina Haliliuc (Communication) and Joe Reczek (Chemistry) present their research.
Ron Abram, Associate Professor of Studio Art & Queer Studies, is currently in a five week artist residency at Grafikwerkstatt in Dresden Germany. The Ohio/Dresden Residency Fellowship is awarded by the Ohio Arts Council and has Abram making prints alongside other artist printmakers from Dresden and around the world. In conjunction with the residency, Abram is exhibiting prints and films at Residenten 2015 : Internationaler Künstleraustausch at Alte Feuerwache Loschwitz Gallery in Dresden.
OCTOBER 2015 NEWSLETTER
The Introductory Course: Gateway to the Discipline
Friday, December 4, 2015, 9 am – 2 pm
Chicago Center for Teaching, University of Chicago
The Program –
The Chicago Center for Teaching invites interested faculty members across disciplines to share their pedagogical insight and practice with its current graduate students. We believe that you are especially well positioned to address their needs.
What is . . . “Jeopardy!” ??
On Tuesday, September 22nd’s episode of Jeopardy!, you might have detected a subtle but familiar sight – Swasey Chapel, dotting a red silk necktie.
Senior Dylan Parson of Slippery Rock, Pa. represented the Big Red on the 32-year-old game show. His friends in the student entrepreneurship group Denison Enterprises knew he couldn’t do this without proper Denison paraphernalia.