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Prof. Kathleen Jagger '75 Named VP & Dean at Thomas More College

April 24, 2015

Kathleen S. Jagger, a 1975 graduate of DePauw University and former faculty member at her alma mater, has been appointed vice president of academic affairs... Read More

Robert Angeli '86 to Head Connecticut Public School District

April 12, 2015

Robert J. Angeli, associate school superintendent of the Meriden, Connecticut Public School System and 1986 graduate of DePauw University, has been appointed... Read More

Richard Houck '54 Receives Good Samaritan Service Award

April 10, 2015

Richard J. Houck, a member of DePauw University's Class of 1954, is the recipient of the Samaritan Counseling Centers' Good Samaritan Service Award. The... Read More

DePauw and Five Other Colleges Share in Teagle Foundation Grant

March 20, 2015

DePauw University is one of six colleges to be awarded $335,000 from the Teagle Foundation to design and teach hybrid courses, an approach to online learning... Read More

Marine Biologist & Author Wallace J. Nichols '89 to Speak at Southern Illinois U

March 14, 2015

Wallace J. Nichols, marine biologist and author of the best-selling book, Blue Mind: The Surprising Science That Shows How Being Near, In, On, or Under... Read More

Author Barbara Kingsolver '77 on First Tour of South Africa

February 19, 2015

Barbara Kingsolver, award-winning and bestselling author, "is revered (that's not overstating it -- ask her readers) for her ethical stand as much as her... Read More

Meg Soultz '10 Joins Carmel, Ind. Police Department

February 10, 2015

Megan D. Soultz, a 2010 graduate of DePauw University, has been appointed an officer of the Carmel, Indiana police department.  She has spent the last... Read More

Wallace J. Nichols '89 to Address Virtual Conference on Emotional Intelligence  

February 8, 2015

Wallace J. Nichols, marine biologist and 1989 graduate of DePauw University, will be among the keynote speakers at Vitality, the 4th annual virtual emotional... Read More

Story on 'Cli-Fi' Cites Book by "Beloved Novelist" Barbara Kingsolver '77

February 4, 2015

"The conversation about climate change is unfolding on an international scale," reports Minnesota Public Radio. "A new genre of hyphenated fiction has... Read More