On Saturday, January 21, 2017 in Washington D.C., a million women and feminists/allies planned “to show our strength, power and courage and demonstrate our disapproval of the new president and his values in a peaceful march.” ALL women, femme, trans, gender non-conforming and feminist others are invited to participate in the March. It is designed as “a show of solidarity to demand our safety and health in a time when our country is marginalizing us and making sexual assault an electable and forgivable norm.
The American Bar Foundation sponsors an annual program of summer research fellowships to interest undergraduate students from diverse backgrounds in pursuing graduate study in the social sciences. The summer program is designed to introduce students to the rewards and demands of a research-oriented career in the field of law and social science. The program is supported in part by the Kenneth F. and Harle G. Montgomery Foundation, AT&T, the National Science Foundation Research Experiences for Undergraduates, and the Law School Admissions Council.
The Emerson National Hunger Fellows Program is a social justice program that trains, inspires, and sustains leaders. Fellows gain field experience fighting hunger and poverty through placements in community based organizations across the country, and policy experience through placements in Washington, D.C. The program bridges community-based efforts and national public policy, and fellows develop as effective leaders in the movement to end hunger and poverty.
The Emerson Program supports a diversity of local and national approaches to eliminate hunger, poverty and social inequality, particularly racism.
The internship application season is upon us! Most companies already have internship postings on their websites, and some internship deadlines are approaching. This article aims to give you a starting point and some advice to begin looking for your summer adventure.
Find an internship to apply to
The first step, obviously, is to find an internship to apply to. If you have a specific company in mind, look on their websites for their Careers page, which should lead you to some openings for students.
The Center for Cross-Cultural Engagement is offering another Denison University Cultural Tour (DUCT)! The trip will take place on Saturday, October 29th, from 2-5pm. We will be going to Lynd Fruit Farm in Pataskala, OH for their corn maze!
The charge for the trip is $5 and includes transportation and entrance fees. The fee is non-refundable if you do not show up.
Students will meet in Shep College Room on the 4th floor of Slayter at 1:300pm. We will then head to Lynd Fruit Farm in Pataskala for their Corn Maze.
The Center for Cross-Cultural Engagement is offering our first Denison University Cultural Tour (DUCT) of this semester! The trip will take place on Friday, October 21st,10am-5pm. We will be going to Columbus, more specifically the Kenny Shopping Centre and CAM International Market.
The charge for the trip is $10 and includes transportation, lunch at Tensuke Express and dessert at Belle’s Bread. The fee is non-refundable if you do not show up.
Students will meet in Shep College Room on the 4th floor of Slayter at 10:00 am for an introduction to Japanese cuisine, culture and language.
Our program aims to give students valuable real-world experience while helping us meet evolving business needs. We focus on four different tracks designed to lead participants to full-time positions within Investor Services and Administration, Private Banking, Systems, and Investment Management. Qualified applicants can apply for more than one internship area.
We are seeking bright, talented, and diverse students who are excited to grow and lead in our entrepreneurial culture. Ideal candidates will have strong academic performance coupled with varied perspectives, backgrounds, and experiences.
If you are a college student, chances are you have those weird, awkward blocks of free time that is not enough to cover a part-time job, but maybe too wasteful to just spend chilling on the Internet or watching TV shows. What if I tell you that there are ways you can make money online and utilize that time to make some extra income?
This option has become so popular that there’s a plethora of e-freelancing websites out there to match you with the best gigs for your skills.
The October Trilogy of Events in Black Studies is scheduled from October 4 to October 16. The Trilogy of Events is co-sponsored by the Black Studies, International Studies, History and Art History department. This year’s theme is “The Power of Art in Building Community: Historically, Politically, Culturally, Globally,..” The events are:
Remembering the 60s: Photography Exhibit and Panel Discussion with Rowland Scherman
Time: Tuesday, October 4, 7-8pm
Location: Burke Hall Denison Museum
Description: Panel talk with artist Rowland Scherman, alum Michael Jones, and faculty.
The Wake Forest Management program is designed to provide students who have studied in the Arts & Sciences an opportunity to pursue an intensive 10-month graduate program in business that provides them an opportunity to continue their development while joining their broader arts and sciences experience with an experiential rigorous management degree.
John Montana, Sr. Associate Director of Enrollment Management, will be on-campus to meet with Denison students to discuss this program on Tuesday, October 4, 2016. You can catch him at Slayter Union from 11:30-1:30pm or set up One on One meetings from 3:00-4:30pm.