Campus Events

A calendar of upcoming events at DePaul

Wednesday, October 4, 2017
Applying to Graduate School Presented by Peg Birmingham This event is free and open to the public. All are welcome and encouraged to attend. Visitor parking is available at the Sheffield Parking Garage located at 2331 N Sheffield or the Clifton Parking Deck located at 2330 N. Clifton. The DePaul rate will be given if a validated ticket is presented to the attendant.
Thursday, October 5, 2017
Want to hear more about an exciting career with MillerCoors? MillerCoors is passionate about the beer business. Their people recognize and appreciate their similarities and differences as sources of creativity, innovation and new perspectives. And they all love beer. With more than 450 years (and counting) of combined brewing heritage, MillerCoors knows what it takes to lead with a quality product. Reasons to attend: - Meet and network with corporate recruiters and other students. - Learn more about interning and working for MillerCoors. - Prepare for the CSL Career Expo by meeting recruiters and gaining application insights. - Enjoy lunch on us. This event is a part of the Pizza & Professionals lunch and learn series presented by the Center for Sales Leadership. Space is limited; your registration is a commitment to attend. For a full listing of other Pizza & Professionals events and dozens of job and internship opportunities with Fortune 500 Corporate Partners, please visit www.salesleadershipcenter.com.
Thursday, October 5, 2017
Participants will learn, practice and deploy evidence based coaching tools as individual interventions to increase student's self-efficacy and intrinsic motivation. Faculty will increase their comfort and competency to facilitate self-directed and self-regulated learning on the part of our students. Students seize their own destiny, raise their awareness and responsibility and they will increase the likelihood of their own success in the classroom and in life. Asking powerful questions and reinforcing a student's own change talk will be demonstrated in this workshop. At the conclusion of this program participants will be able to: Deploy coaching using the GROW model, The Decision Balance, and Instant Influence.Identify students own self talk that promotes positive change and that which sustains unproductive behavior.Understand the transtheoretical stage model of change and be able to specify at least one intervention appropriate at each level of change.Facilitated by: David Drehmer (Business) and Charles Drehmer
Thursday, October 5, 2017
The Chicago Ustvolskaya Festival is a three-day immersion into Galina Ustvolskaya's powerful and intense music, October 5-7, 2017. Named "the woman with the hammer," (Elmer Schonberger) for her use of heavy, homophonic blocks of sound, Ustvolskaya's music is rarely performed in Chicago, and never in a portrait festival. This event will feature three concerts of her solo, small and large chamber works, in addition to a three-day musicological symposium open to the public. Concerts will be presented at The Logan Center for the Arts, the University of Chicago Music Department and PianoForte Studios. The School of Music's Ensemble 20+ will perform on the festival's opening day. PROGRAM Galina Ustvolskaya (1919-2006) Composition No. 3: Benedictus (1975) Galina Ustvolskaya Symphony No. 4, Prayer (1987) Galina Ustvolskaya Symphony No. 5, Amen (1990)
Friday, October 6, 2017
Participants will learn, practice and deploy evidence based coaching tools as individual interventions to increase student's self-efficacy and intrinsic motivation. Faculty will increase their comfort and competency to facilitate self-directed and self-regulated learning on the part of our students. Students seize their own destiny, raise their awareness and responsibility and they will increase the likelihood of their own success in the classroom and in life. Asking powerful questions and reinforcing a student's own change talk will be demonstrated in this workshop. At the conclusion of this program participants will be able to: Deploy coaching using the GROW model, The Decision Balance, and Instant Influence.Identify students own self talk that promotes positive change and that which sustains unproductive behavior.Understand the transtheoretical stage model of change and be able to specify at least one intervention appropriate at each level of change.Facilitated by David Drehmer (Business) and Charles Drehmer