What is a hybrid search model? How are the search committee and the vetting committees different? Bring your questions about the presidential search to the Community Open Forum from 4 to 6 p.m. on Oct. 5.
As part of the Vincentian Heritage Collections, over the years DePaul has collected hundreds of rare volumes relating to the life and times of St. Vincent de Paul and other important figures in Vincentian history. This month, the university added one of the most special volumes yet: the first known book of St. Louise de Marillac's personal collection.
DePaul recently donated and blessed the gravesite of Minnie E. Daly, the first laywoman to graduate from the university in 1914. Read on to learn about Daly and how the university commemorated her life.
DePaul University alumnus LeRoy "Lee" Sanders bequeathed the LeRoy D. Sanders and Mary Clare McHugh Sanders Endowed Professorship to the College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences Department of History. The gift marks the first privately funded professorship for the college, which has been awarded to assistant professor Tera Agyepong.
Artist and associate professor Jim Duignan is participating in a yearlong residency at Rebuilding Exchange, a non-profit in Chicago that creates a market for reclaimed building materials. Read on to learn more about the Visual Arts Education program he started at DePaul and how he finds inspiration for his work.