Campus Events

A calendar of upcoming events at DePaul

Wednesday, February 22, 2017
DePaul's students possess myriad identities (racial, cultural, gender, sexual orientation, religious, socioeconomic status, etc.), contributing to the university's multicultural environment. The diversity of the campus population is an essential consideration when conducting program assessments. This workshop aims to prepare assessors to perform culturally competent assessment by employing intercultural awareness, knowledge, and skills.
Wednesday, February 22, 2017
If you're interested in an internationally-focused career, please join us for the chance to speak with representatives from various organizations about potential opportunities. Whether you want to use your language skills and work abroad or stay domestic, but focus on international issues, this event will help you explore your options. Since it's an information fair you can come for as much or as little of it as you like. Organizations attending include: Peace Corps Lion's Club International Heartland Alliance Global Brigades Greenheart International Red Cross and more...
Wednesday, February 22, 2017
Take time-out for mind, body and soul in a faith-based reflection and meditation.
Wednesday, February 22, 2017
If you're interested in an internationally-focused career, please join us for the chance to speak with representatives from various organizations about potential opportunities. Whether you want to use your language skills and work abroad or stay domestic, but focus on international issues, this event will help you explore your options. Since it's an information fair you can come for as much or as little of it as you like. Organizations attending include: Peace Corps Lion's Club International Heartland Alliance Global Brigades Greenheart International and more...
Wednesday, February 22, 2017
Join us for the largest co-sponsored event of the year on Wednesday, February 22nd. The event will consist of a Special Screening "Of Civil Wrongs & Rights," followed by a Panel Discussion in honor of Fred Korematsu. Fred Korematsu is an American Civil Rights Hero and the man behind the renowned constitutional law case Korematsu v. United States. Panelists will discuss the historical background of the Japanese American Internment camps and how that experience relates to current Civil Rights issues faced by the nation today. Panel Speakers: Hon. William J. Haddad (Ret.)Bill Yoshino, Japanese American Citizens LeagueChiyoko Omachi, Former WWII Internment DetaineeAzam Nizamuddin, North American Islamic TrustTristan Gunn, Tapia-Ruano & Gunn P.C.Sufyan Sohel, Council on American Islamic Relations*Free CLE Credit available for Illinois Attorneys (CLE Credit pending); Lunch will be provided! Co-Sponsors: National Lawyers Guild-Chicago (NLG-Chicago), Asian Americans Advancing Justice-Chicago (AAAJ), Japanese American Citizens League (JACL), Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR-Chicago), Asian American Bar Association of Chicago (AABA), Chinese American Bar Association of Chicago (CABA), Arab American Bar Association of Chicago (AABAR), Filipino American Lawyers Association of Chicago (FALA). DePaul Student Org Co-Sponsors: APALSA, ILS, MLSA, NLG, SAIL Event Contact: Deba Alam, debaalam@gmail.com
Wednesday, February 22, 2017
Gather together in community for soup and intentional conversation around things of life, faith, and spirituality.
Wednesday, February 22, 2017
Hear from Center for Sales Leadership Alumni as they tell their stories of post-graduation success with our corporate partners. The Alumni Panel & Networking Event is an outstanding opportunity to ask questions to well-established professionals during an open panel discussion, as well as network with alumni, faculty, and other Center for Sales Leadership students. Reasons to attend: ? Hear advice and tips from successful CSL alumni ? Gain real-world insight and learn best practices for success with our corporate partners ? Learn what it's like to work for PepsiCo, Miller Coors, C.H. Robinson, 3M, Groupon and Walgreens ? Network with the alumni, faculty members, and other CSL students ? Enjoy free food including mac n' cheese bites and much more We hope to see you there, participating in one of our signature CSL events!
Wednesday, February 22, 2017
Censorship succeeds when no one talks about it. Silence is censorship's goal; yet free speech often leads to rude, inflammatory, deceitful, and deliberately hurtful speech. Join James LaRue in asking whether support for the First Amendment means that one has to be a jerk? How can we honor our founding values, and move the conversation forward? James LaRue is the Director of the American Library Association's Office for Intellectual Freedom (OIF) and Executive Director and Secretary of the Freedom to Read Foundation. The OIF provides information to individuals and organizations facing intellectual freedom challenges; plans and promotes initiatives that promote intellectual freedom, privacy and free access to information (including Banned Books Week); and, works closely with others, including the ALA Washington Office, on core information policy issues. Part of the President's Series on Race & Free Speech Co-Sponsored by DePaul University Library and The Center for Identity, Inclusion and Social Change Open to DePaul students, faculty, and staff. RSVP required.
Wednesday, February 22, 2017
Jason Hill Presents: "Philosophy and the Meaning of Life" This event is free and open to the public. All are welcome and encouraged to attend. Please inform your students and encourage them as well. Parking validation machines are located throughout the campus including School of Music, Student Center 1st floor, SAC, Commons, and the Richardson Library. For parking rates contact Parking Services at 773/325-7275 or 7276