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Prof. Andy Cullison '01 Discusses the Ethics of Elected Officials Accepting Gifts

October 1, 2018

"While Indiana school board members are bound by state anti-bribery laws, no state statute specifically addresses their acceptance of gifts or other items… Read More

Charter School Founder Kyle Smitley '07 to Speak at Defiance College

September 15, 2018

Kyle Smitley, a 2007 graduate of DePauw University, will speak at Defiance College next Thursday, September 20, as part of the E.S. Dix Lectureship.  An… Read More

Prof. Jeffrey Dunn Publishes Epistemic Consequentialism

September 13, 2018

Jeffrey Dunn, associate professor of philosophy at DePauw University, is co-editor of Epistemic Consequentialism. The book has been published by Oxford… Read More

Op-Ed by Two Senior Environmental Fellows Published in Indiana Newspaper

March 25, 2018

"Our generation cares about a lot of issues, whether it’s LGBTQIA rights, climate change, or immigration," write DePauw University seniors Molly Madden… Read More

David Hanson and Robot Sophia Bring "A Hopeful Vision of the Future" to DePauw

February 28, 2018

David Hanson and his robot creation Sophia brought what the former called "a hopeful vision of the future" to DePauw University in a Timothy and Sharon… Read More

A.I. Robot Sophia, at DePauw Wednesday, Makes Headlines Around the World

February 25, 2018

eMerge Americas, which bills itself as "the premier technology event connecting Latin America, North America and Europe," will include an appearance by… Read More

Indy Star Story on Public's Right to Know Cites Prof. Andy Cullison '01

January 18, 2018

"Carmel Clay Schools officials have remained vague about why the district's superintendent spent three months on paid leave, offering only a short statement… Read More

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