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Professor Sharon Crary

Professor Sharon Crary cannot exactly pinpoint one meaningful moment during her time teaching at DePauw University. While the question, “What’s an experience you’ve cherished...

Expert comments on vote of no confidence

Sean McKinniss, whose Ph.D. dissertation included case studies of votes of no confidence concerning collegiate presidents, shared his expertise on DePauw University’s next steps...

DePauw Dialogue by the numbers

Almost 2,000 people attended DePauw Dialogue, according to the Senior Advisor to the President for Diversity and Compliance Renee Madison. To gauge how many people...

Devin Dolquist

“Music is the only thing I’m good at. It’s the thing that I loved most in high school and middle school, and I was...

Professor Hiroko Chiba

“I’m very interested in Japanese cuteness now. So, I collaborate with Japanese researchers who do work on Japanese cuteness over there. I’ve been working...

Professor CJ Gomolka

“My dissertation was in 19th century literature, specifically sexuality and gender throughout the long 19th century, about 1789 to 1930. Recently I’ve been more...

Maureen Kudson Langdoc

Reverend Maureen Knudsen Langdoc is both a scholar and a pastor. As one of DePauw’s university chaplains, her role allows her the opportunity to...

Tosh Everson

Tosh Everson is a financial consultant by day and a singer by night. Everson graduated from DePauw in 2009 and has been back at...

Ashley Little

Four years ago, Ashley Little’s life changed thanks to DePauw. She lived at Beyond Homeless at the time with her daughter and was without...

Brad Lewis

If you wander into the DePauw maintenance shop, you may find Brad Lewis at work repairing machinery. After 11 years of working at DePauw,...
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Anne Harris accepts position at Grinnell, Dave Berque steps up as...

Anne Harris, former Vice President of Academic Affairs, will start her work at Grinnell on July 1, 2019; however, she will stay through the Spring semester.

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