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Washington Post Taps Cybersecurity Expert Chuck Brooks '79 for 'The Network:\'

May 21, 2018

Chuck Brooks, a 1979 graduate of DePauw University, has been selected by the Washington Post to be a part of "The Network:\," composed of "some of the… Read More

Chelsea Conard '18 Receives US Department of State Critical Language Scholarship

April 17, 2018

Chelsea F. Conard, a senior at DePauw University has been awarded a U.S. Department of State Critical Language Scholarship (CLS) and will travel to Taiwan… Read More

Filmmaker Pete Ohs '05 Returning to DePauw for April 4 Screening, Q&A

March 26, 2018

Award-winning filmmaker Pete Ohs, a 2005 graduate of DePauw University, will return to his alma mater next Wednesday, April 4, for a screening of his film… 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

Information on Doors & Webcast for Wednesday Night's Ubben Lecture by David Hanson and His Robot, Sophia

February 27, 2018

Doors for tomorrow night's highly anticipated Ubben Lecture -- featuring David Hanson and Sophia, the humanoid he and his associates created -- will open… 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

Duc Pham '12 Among Forbes' "30 Under 30" in Vietnam

February 4, 2018

Duc A. Pham, founder and chief executive officer of ViCare Corporation and 2012 graduate of DePauw University, is listed among Forbes' "30 Under 30" in… Read More

Upcoming Ubben Lecturer, Roboticist David Hanson, is in Running for the IBM Watson A.I. XPrize

January 29, 2018

"Robots are getting better at walking, talking and looking like humans," begins a story in the Wall Street Journal. "But big questions remain: Will we… Read More

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