• Rachel Marciano
    February 02, 2017

    As a professor of political science and director of DePaul's Global Asian Studies program, Kathryn Ibata-Arens has spent her career fostering relationships between American and Asian cultures. Read on to learn how she works to bring international and cross-cultural experiences to her students to make them world ready.

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  • Brian Barasch
    February 02, 2017

    The overall scope of work is 35 percent complete on the new building for the School of Music, and construction workers are pushing forward with mechanical, electrical and plumbing elements. DePaul's Lincoln Park neighbors are following construction progress closely, eagerly awaiting their first concert in the new state-of-the-art facilities.

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  • Rachel Marciano
    February 02, 2017

    Since discovering his first fossil shark tooth in Japan at the age of 13, DePaul's Kenshu Shimada has named about dozen new species of fossil fish, including the recently described ‘Megalolamna paradoxodon.’ This extinct shark lived 20 million years ago and belongs to a shark group called Lamniformes, which includes one of today’s most commonly known breeds, the great white.

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  • Rachel Marciano
    January 26, 2017

    For nearly 10 years, Scott Bucking has taken his passion across the Atlantic Ocean to lead archaeological expeditions in Egypt and southern Israel. Read on to learn how this inscriptions expert uses landscapes to understand ancient Mediterranean societies.

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