Faculty news roundup - Feb. 4, 2020
February 4, 2020
Joe Heithaus, English professor, writes about “my great fortune of being a professor at DePauw” in the “Faculty Perspectives on Teaching and Learning” series (Feb. 4).
Bruce Stinebrickner, political science professor, is quoted in Iowans highlight pressing issues in election year ahead of key caucuses (Feb. 3) saying climate change is his No. 1 issue because no other issue will matter “if the world is going up in flames.”
Jeff McCall, communication and theatre professor, has had several opinion pieces published:
Don't attend (or donate to) a college that restricts free expression, The Hill, Jan. 29.
Now More Violent, Vulgar, And Watched Alone, TV Is Dehumanizing Americans, cnsnews.com, Jan. 24.
Just what America doesn't need — more television programs, The Hill, Jan. 19.
Samuel Autman, English professor, writes about conducting “the most ambitious interdisciplinary experiment in my teaching life” during a first-year seminar in the “Faculty Perspectives on Teaching and Learning” series (Jan. 8).Back