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Award-Winning Journalist Deborah Douglas Coming to DePauw as Pulliam Visiting Professor

May 25, 2018

Award-winning journalist Deborah Douglas, who has been teaching at Northwestern University's Medill School of Journalism for a decade, is coming to DePauw… Read More

Richard Peck, Award-Winning Author of Books for Young Readers, Dies at 84

May 24, 2018

Richard Peck, award-winning author of books for young readers and 1956 graduate of DePauw University, died yesterday in New York City after a battle with… Read More

As Fulbright Scholar, Prof. Miranda Spivack to Bring Expertise on Journalism to Macedonia

May 22, 2018

Miranda S. Spivack, Eugene S. Pulliam Distinguished Visiting Professor of Journalism at DePauw University, has received an award from the the Fulbright… Read More

Rick Nice '64 Elected to Plastics Pioneers Association

May 20, 2018

Rick Nice, a 1964 graduate of DePauw University, is one of five new members elected to join the Plastics Pioneers Association. Celebrating its 70th anniversary… Read More

New Book by Bret Baier '92, Three Days in Moscow: Ronald Reagan and the Fall of the Soviet Empire, is Published

May 15, 2018

Three Days in Moscow: Ronald Reagan and the Fall of the Soviet Empire by Bret Baier, Fox News Channel anchor and 1992 graduate of DePauw University, arrives… Read More

Journalism Prof. Miranda Spivack is Again a Guest on Radio's Kojo Nnamdi Show

May 9, 2018

"Recently released documents reveal that Koch Foundation donations to George Mason University may have offered the private group sway over the hiring of… Read More

Greisy Genao '18 Will Use Fulbright Award to Conduct Research on Cinema in the Dominican Republic

May 4, 2018

DePauw University senior Greisy Genao is the recipient of a Fulbright U.S. Student scholarship and will spend the 2018-19 academic year conducting research… Read More

Assistant Curator Alexandra Chamberlain '13 Juries Evansville Art Exhibit

May 3, 2018

An Evansville Courier & Press article offering "8 fun things to do in Evansville this weekend" includes Working Together, (which) is an Arts Council juried… Read More

Fulbright Recipient Kirstyn Walker '16 Featured in Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

May 2, 2018

"When Kirstyn Walker started teaching English at James E. Groppi High School nearly two years ago, she said it was the classroom environment that stood… Read More

SPJ's 'Best in Indiana' Competition Honors Three from DePauw

May 1, 2018

Three members of the DePauw University community -- two alumi and one student journalist -- received honors in the Society of Professional Journalists… Read More

Indiana Newspaper Features Novelist & Prof. Chris White

April 30, 2018

"Certain parts of this novel have been in my consciousness or on certain pieces of paper for probably like 18 years," Chris White tells Indiana's Bloomington… Read More

New Novel Puts Prof. Chris White on List of "Excellent Hoosier Authors": Indianapolis Monthly

April 26, 2018

"Add the name Chris White to your long list of excellent Hoosier authors," begins an Indianapolis Monthly feature. "The Indiana resident just published… Read More

Fulbright Winner Rachel Higson '18 Will Spend the 2018-19 Academic Year Teaching English in Taiwan

April 25, 2018

Rachel Higson, a member of DePauw University's senior class, will spend the upcoming academic year teaching English in Taiwan after being awarded an English… Read More

Further Praise for New Book by Prof. Chris White

April 14, 2018

The Life List of Adrian Mandrick, a novel by Chris White, professor of English at DePauw University, is listed among "The Best New Books of April 2018"… Read More

Dinty W. Moore Here April 18 & Back Next Spring as Distinguished University Professor of Creative Writing

April 10, 2018

Dinty W. Moore, an American essayist and writer of both fiction and non-fiction books and winner of the 2008 Grub Street National Book Prize for Non-Fiction… Read More

Matthew Sumpter '08 Publishes Poetry Collection, Public Land

April 10, 2018

Public Land, the first book of poems by 2008 DePauw University graduate Matthew Sumpter, has just been published by the University of Tampa Press. The… Read More

Eight DePauw Student Journalists Honored by the Society of Professional Journalists

April 9, 2018

Three DePauw University student journalists who work for The DePauw received first place awards, and another five received finalist citations, at the Society… Read More

Fulbright Award Winner Kirstyn Walker '16 to Teach in Greece

April 6, 2018

Kirstyn Walker, a 2016 graduate of DePauw University, is the recipient of an English Teaching Assistantship (ETA) from the Fulbright U.S. Student Program… Read More

Prof. Wayne Glausser Authors Something Old, Something New: Contemporary Entanglements of Religion and Secularity

April 3, 2018

Wayne E. Glausser, professor of English at DePauw University, is the author of Something Old, Something New: Contemporary Entanglements of Religion and… Read More

Poet Abby Chew '02 Authors A Bear Approaches from the Sky

April 2, 2018

Abby Chew, a 2002 graduate of DePauw University, is the author of A Bear Approaches from the Sky. The poetry collection has just been published by the… Read More

Toni Morrison Society Director Carolyn Denard to Keynote April 24 Symposium at DePauw

April 1, 2018

Carolyn Denard, founder and director of the Toni Morrison Society, will come to DePauw University on Tuesday, April 24, to discuss "Harlem on My Mind:… Read More

Newspaper Recalls 1900 Graduate William Washington Williams, "The Man Who Discovered O. Henry"

March 25, 2018

"Two years after graduating from DePauw University, Terre Haute native William Wash (for Washington) Williams was still handling trivial assignments as… Read More

Bestselling & Award-Winning Author Angie Thomas to Discuss The Hate U Give on April 5

March 21, 2018

Angie Thomas, whose young adult novel, The Hate U Give: Finding Your Activism and Turning the Political into the Personal, debuted at number one on the… Read More

Madison Dudley '18 Wins Prestigious Award for Young Journalists

March 16, 2018

Madison Dudley, a DePauw University senior, is the recipient of an Overseas Press Club Foundation Scholar Award. She was among 16 aspiring foreign correspondents… Read More

David Greising '82 Named CEO of Better Government Association

March 15, 2018

"Veteran Chicago journalist David Greising is joining the Better Government Association as CEO, effective March 19," Crain's Chicago Business reports of… Read More

US Poet Laureate Tracy K. Smith to Visit Campus in November

March 9, 2018

A November Indiana visit by U.S. Poet Laureate Tracy K. Smith will include an event at DePauw University. Indiana Humanities, in partnership with Brick… Read More

Prof. Chris White "Deftly Pulls Out All the Stops" in Debut Novel

March 6, 2018

"This engaging, unusual novel successfully combines the best elements of a psychological portrait, a travel adventure, and a suspenseful mystery," notes… Read More

Acclaimed Author Robin Black Coming to DePauw on March 14

March 5, 2018

Robin Black, author of the acclaimed If I Loved You, I Would Tell You This and the recent Crash Course: Essays From Where Writing and Life Collide, will… Read More

David Mikics to Examine Slow Reading in a Hurried Age on March 8

March 1, 2018

David Mikics, author of the book Slow Reading in a Hurried Age, will speak at DePauw University on Thursday, March 8. The free event will take place in… Read More

Indiana State Police Lt. Donna Elam '88 Promoted to Captain of Special Investigations

February 28, 2018

Donna M. Elam, an Indiana State Lieutenant, has been promoted to the rank of captain and will serve as assistant commander of the Indiana State Police… Read More

New Novel by Award-Winning Barbara Kingsolver '77 Set for October Release

February 22, 2018

"When I discovered I could make a living as a novelist that was a jackpot because the novelist has to know about everything," Barbara Kingsolver says.… Read More

Prof. Joseph Heithaus Writes 'In the Aftermath, There Really Are No Words', in Today's New York Times

February 16, 2018

A New York Times opinion piece by Joseph Heithaus, professor of English at DePauw University, begins, "It’s catastrophic. There really are no words." … Read More

Prof. Miranda Spivack to Present at Harry Frank Guggenheim Symposium on Crime in America

February 13, 2018

Miranda S. Spivack, Eugene S. Pulliam Distinguished Visiting Professor of Journalism at DePauw University, will be among the speakers at 13th annual Harry… Read More

Prof. Amity Reading Authors Reading the Anglo-Saxon Self Through the Vercelli Book

February 8, 2018

Amity Reading, assistant professor of English at DePauw University, is the author of Reading the Anglo-Saxon Self Through the Vercelli Book, which has… Read More

Brock Turner '17 Now Reporting for Indiana Public Media

February 7, 2018

Brock E.W. Turner, a 2017 graduate of DePauw University, has joined Indiana Public Media as a reporter focusing on rural issues. His work appears on NPR… Read More

Bret Baier '92 Among Celebrity Participants in the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am

February 5, 2018

A Golf article on the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am, which begins today and continues through February 11, notes that Bret Baier is one of the celebrity participants… Read More

Roger Mattes '80 Elected District Governor of Rotary International

January 30, 2018

Roger Mattes Jr., an attorney at Mattes & Mattes in Scranton, Pennsylvania and 1980 graduate of DePauw University, "will become the next Rotary district… Read More

Walker Gilmer, "A Master English Professor," Dies at Age 82

January 22, 2018

F. Walker Gilmer, professor emeritus of English at DePauw University, died last night.  A member of the DePauw faculty from 1963 until his retirement in… Read More

Chicago Review of Books Praises Upcoming Novel by Prof. Chris White

January 21, 2018

The Life List of Adrian Mandrick, a novel by Chris White, professor of English at DePauw University, is among "The Most Anticipated Fiction Books of 2018"… Read More

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