DePauw University


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DePauw University,

at Greencastle, Ind.; coeducational; United Methodist; est. 1832, chartered 1837. The school opened in 1838 as Indiana Asbury College, and in 1884 the present name was adopted.
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Each year, DePauw University students travel to specific regions for a two-to three-week intensive learning experience.
DePauw University psychologist Matthew Hertenstein, PhD led a team of researchers that found that the intensity of smiles in childhood was a strong predictor of divorce years later.
It emphasizes Julian's determination and hard work--arriving at DePauw University with a shaky tenth-grade education, he went on to graduate first in his class and win election to Phi Beta Kappa--without ever making him just an earnest striver.
As many Hoosiers were enjoying August vacation days, about 100 Greencastle residents gathered to discuss the local economy, asset-based development and the city's relationship with DePauw University. They were participating in the "Community Forward" summit, the latest activity of the Greencastle Hometown Alliance, a working group of local business leaders and community stakeholders who have been working the last couple of years to chart the city's future.
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Verizon said the new cell sites provide high-speed wireless coverage in the town of Greencastle, including DePauw University; along US Highway 231 between Greencastle and Cloverdale; along Interstate 70 from the Morgan/Putnam County line as far west as two miles from the Clay/Putnam County line; along US Highway 40 from the Hendricks/Putnam County line to the Clay/Putnam County line; and in the towns of Cloverdale, Reelsville and Putnamville.
Born in Indianapolis in 1914, Henry was valedictorian of his high school class, received a full scholarship at DePauw University where he was an honors student, and was awarded an MBA from Stanford University Business School in 1939.
Doug earned a bachelor's degree from DePauw University and a master's degree in journalism from Columbia University.
Lundin received his bachelor's degree from DePauw University and completed his graduate studies under J.
They are: Dave Berque, pro- fessor and chair of the computer science department at DePauw University (IN); Kenneth Collura, director of technology for the Columbus Diocesan Department of Education (OH); Vince DiStasi, CIO and associate professor of chemistry at Grove City College (PA); Debbie Rice, director of technology for Auburn City Schools (AL); Ryan Ritz, computer science instructor at Park Tudor School (IN); and Julia Williams, executive director of the Office of Institutional Research, Planning, and Assessment and professor of English at Rose Hulman Institute of Technology (IN).
Gammon has been in Indiana since 1961 as a faculty member in Biological Sciences at DePauw University. It is my pleasure to concoct a brief, but accurate, biography of Dr.