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Virtual Alumni College Archive

Past Virtual Alumni College lectures are posted below.

Is this any way to choose presidential candidates?

Bruce Stinebrickner
Professor of Political Science

March 2016

 

KATNISS EVERDEEN's Emerging Moral consciousness in the Hunger games

Martha Rainbolt
Professor Emerita of English 

February 2016

 

How a liberal arts education led me to find success in many places

Kyle Smitley '07
Social Entrepreneur 

November 2015

 

The power of ideas: the journey from east college to the supreme court

Douglas Hallward-Driemeier '89
Attorney 

October 2015

 

A Meandering road to entrepreneurship

Projjol Banerjea '06
Entrepreneur

SEPTEMBER 2015

 

A Liberal arts approach to design

David A. Berque
Dean of Academic Life and Herrick E.H. Greenleaf Professor of Computer Science

September 2015

 

Moral Knowledge and Moral Education

Andrew Cullison '01
Phyllis W. Nicholas Director of DePauw's Janet Prindle Institute for Ethics and Associate Professor of Philosophy

April 2015

 

Decoding charlie hebdo: The Origins and cultural perceptions of caricature

Anne Harris
Professor of Art and Art History

March 2015


ISIS and the Pathology of Politics in the Middle East

Jeff Kenney
Professor of Religious Studies

February 2015


Understanding the Ebola Threat

Sharon Crary
Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry

December 2014


 

Exploring the Extreme Universe

Mary Kertzman
Professor of Physics and Astronomy

NOVEMBER 2014




Ain't that America?
History and Culture in the Country

James C. Giesen ’95
Associate Professor of History, Mississippi State

OCTOBER 2014


Happiness: Living with Peace, Confidence & Joy

Doug Smith '68

October 2014

 


The Crisis in Journalism

Jeff McCall
Professor of Communication

September 2014


Humanitarian Intervention

Brett O'Bannon
Associate Professor of Political Science & Director of Conflict Studies

October 2013

 


The Federal Reserve and its Historic Response to the Great Recession

Mary English Dixon
Professor Emerita of Economics and Management

November 2013

 


Freedom Summer in Mississippi Revisited

John Dittmer
Professor Emeritus of History

February 2014

KATNISS EVERDEEN'S EMERGING MORAL CONSCIOUSNESS IN THE HUNGER GAMES

Martha Rainbolt

FEBRUARY 2016