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Column by Prof. Alicia Suarez Addresses Misconceptions About Hepatitis C

August 19, 2015

"Through harm reduction, accurate information, increased public discourse, reducing stigma, and access to treatment, we can address the HCV epidemic,"... Read More

Courtney Knies '10 Helps Develop Community's 'ChalkTalk' Program

August 14, 2015

An article in Indiana's Dubois County Herald, headlined "ChalkTalk: New chalkboard draws big crowds in Indiana town of Ferdinand," notes that Courtney... Read More

Sue Anderson '91 Named Director of Business Development at Adams Kessler

May 20, 2015

Sue Anderson, a 1991 graduate of DePauw University, has been appointed director of business development for Adams Kessler PLC, a common interest development... Read More

Ruth Simmons Urges DePauw's Class of 2015 to "Reclaim King's Dream"

May 17, 2015

Also: Ashton Johnson '15 Addresses Classmates; Three Honorary Degrees Conferred; Photo Gallery; Order Commencement DVD "When will we turn to a better... Read More

Prof. Mark Toole '93 Receives Distinguished Teaching-Service Award

May 15, 2015

Mark A. Toole, assistant professor of religion at High Point University and 1993 graduate of DePauw University, received the Meredith Clark Slane Distinguished... Read More

DePauw's Long Tradition of Faculty Excellence Celebrated with Annual Awards

May 8, 2015

A pair of DePauw University faculty members -- Yung-chen Chiang, professor of history, and Istvan Csicsery-Ronay, professor of English -- are the 2015... Read More

Ashton Johnson Receives 2015 Walker Cup

April 27, 2015

Ashton T. Johnson is the recipient of DePauw's Walker Cup, which is awarded to the senior who has contributed the most to the University community during... Read More

Alan Hill '81 Named Dean for Professional Development at Wabash College

April 8, 2015

Alan P. Hill, a 1981 graduate of DePauw University, has been appointed Dean for Professional Development at Wabash College. "In this role, the veteran... Read More

Molly Costello '02 Finds Her Passion

March 15, 2015

"It was after reading the job-hunting self-help book What Color is Your Parachute? that Molly Costello figured out her passion," notes Cincinnati's CityBeat... Read More

Andrew Repp '11 Prepares to Hike Appalachian Trail

March 9, 2015

"Andrew Repp feels most at home when he is far away from it," begins a story in the Southern Illinoisan on the 2011 DePauw University graduate. "The Carbondale... Read More

Profs. Marnie McInnes and Alicia Suarez Receive Exemplary Teaching Award  

March 7, 2015

Marion K. "Marnie" McInnes, professor of English and women's, gender, and sexuality studies, and Alicia Suarez, associate professor of sociology, are the... Read More

Prof. Lydia Wilson Marshall Publishes The Archaeology of Slavery

February 25, 2015

Lydia Wilson Marshall, assistant professor of anthropology at DePauw University, is editor of The Archaeology of Slavery: A Comparative Approach to Captivity... Read More

Community Foundation Executive Director Brad Ward '05 Featured in Newspaper

February 14, 2015

"When this community gets hit with the loss of major employers, I want to know that we have the resources to sustain the quality of life that we have that... Read More

Cynthia Dungey '93 Works to "Leave a Legacy of Humanity in Human Services"

January 21, 2015

"The director of the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services grew up poor and hopes to use her experience to help others transition out of poverty,"... Read More

Article Cites Work of Anthropology Prof. Mona Bhan

January 4, 2015

"Are the Brogpas of Kashmir in India really the last bastion of purebred Aryans?," asks a Daily Beast piece by Nina Strochlic. "Their claims have led to... Read More