This spring, DePaul University will undergo a comprehensive evaluation visit by a team representing the Higher Learning Commission. The public is invited to submit comments regarding DePaul in advance of the May 15-16 visit with a team representing the Higher Learning Commission.
The Athletics Department will host two “Lunch and Learn” sessions on campus where faculty and staff can learn more about Wintrust Arena. They also can discuss benefits and the season ticket seat selection process with staff from the Office of Advancement and Ticket Office.
As part of the President’s Series on Race and Free Speech, the University Libraries will welcome American Library Associations’s James LaRue on Feb. 22 for a conversation about censorship and free speech. RSVPs are required.
Sponsored by The Department of Catholic Studies, the Well-Read Mom movement will make its way to DePaul on Saturday, Feb. 11. All are welcome to attend a series of sessions with Well-Read Mom to gain knowledge of women in literature.
As part of the Writing and Rhetoric without Borders Speaker Series and the President’s Series on Race and Free Speech, North Carolina State University’s Victoria J. Gallagher will visit DePaul on Feb. 10 to discuss provocations and problems that arise from work undertaken at the juncture of rhetoric and digital humanities.
As part of its growing focus on content marketing as a strategy to promote an interest in Vincentian heritage, the Office of Mission and Values will sponsor a university-wide student competition through May 1. Faculty and staff are encouraged to share information about this contest with students.