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  • Meet Erik Wielenberg

    Meet Erik Wielenberg

    As an undergraduate in the 1980s at Lawrence University in Wisconsin, Erik Wielenberg was into computer programming when Apple IIs were the thing. He planned to major in math and computer science. But when he discovered philosophy, he says, “it felt like coming home.

  • Alum's research published in top scientific journal

    Alum's research published in top scientific journal

    Findings from a study conducted by Elias Oziolor '12 of how animals evolve in response to pollution have been published in Science, one of the world's top academic journals.

    Oziolor, who majored in biology and biochemistry and was a science research fellow at DePauw, conducted research while pursuing a doctorate at Baylor University in Texas. He completed his Ph.D. in 2017 and went on as a postdoctoral fellow at the University of California, Davis, where he wrote the article, which he called "the pinnacle of the over-arching theme of my work."

  • $1M Infusion Invests in Students' Investment Experiences

    $1M Infusion Invests in Students' Investment Experiences

    Brooke Bandy '19 is just weeks away from her graduation from DePauw and a job as a financial analyst in the private wealth management division at Goldman Sachs in Chicago.

    "A primary part of my job will be portfolio construction and investment management, two skills I have learned through the DePauw Investment Group," she says.

  • Where are they headed? DePauw’s 2019 class prepares to take the stage
 

    Where are they headed? DePauw’s 2019 class prepares to take the stage  

    Learn more about DePauw's Class of 2019 and their pathways to become leaders the world needs.

  • DePauw terrorism expert gets bird's eye view of Sri Lankan bombings

    DePauw terrorism expert gets bird's eye view of Sri Lankan bombings

    A DePauw associate professor whose sabbatical trip to Sri Lanka has been put on hold in the wake of suicide bombings that killed nearly 300 people and wounded more than 500 says Sri Lankan security forces’ failure to act on a warning of the attacks is a “completely shocking failure of intelligence.”

     Deepa Prakash, an associate professor of political science, is in New Delhi and planned to travel to Sri Lanka in about a week, where she was going to conduct interviews with think tank staff members, academics, diplomats and other policy experts on Sri Lankan foreign policy in South Asia. She responded via email to questions posed by The Boulder.  

  • The Bo(u)lder Question By Glen Kuecker Magazine

    The Bo(u)lder Question By Glen Kuecker

    What can individuals do to halt degradation of the planet?

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