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A Love 65 Million Years in the Making

September 10, 2016

Depending on who you ask, geology major Alexander Ruger '17 is a "rising paleontologist" or simply a "dinosaur freak." Alex spent summer 2016 at the Black... Read More

Columnist Pays Tribute to Charles Bates '39, Whose Name Lives On with Bates Island

August 8, 2016

"There's an enduring and endearing story to be told about Charles C. Bates, a native Rockton farm boy with an Antarctic island named after him," writes... Read More

Madison Beatty '13 Awarded Woodrow Wilson Indiana Teaching Fellowship

July 12, 2016

Madison (Gallegos) Beatty, a 2013 graduate of DePauw University, is one of 43 Indiana Teaching Fellows for 2016 named by the Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship... Read More

Prof. Barbara Steinson Receives Tucker Award as Faculty Excellence is Celebrated

May 13, 2016

Barbara J. Steinson, professor of history at DePauw who is retiring at the end of the current academic year after 38 years of service to the University... Read More

Article on Water Quality Turns to Geosciences Prof. Jeane Pope

February 28, 2016

"When you fill a drinking glass, do you know what’s in the water?," asks a story in the Terre Haute Tribune-Star.  Nick Hedrick writes, "There are nutritional... Read More

Prof. Emeritus James Madison, Who Taught Geology for 38 Years, Dies at Age 87

February 5, 2016

James A. Madison, professor emeritus of geology at DePauw University, where he taught for 38 years, died December 15, 2015, in Sylva, North Carolina, after... Read More