Spinning in space or en pointe, the winter lineup from the DePaul Humanities Center brings together academics and performances to keep audiences on their toes. Mark your calendars for these upcoming events.
DePaul has officially been named a White House Healthy Campus. To celebrate, the White House invited several DePaul staff members to its Healthy Campus Challenge Day on Jan. 13. Fifty-nine campuses across the country participated in the day, which included an opportunity to meet First Lady Michelle Obama.
The Iberoamerican Society for Computer Graphics, known as SIGraDi, has recognized Guillermo Vásquez de Velasco, dean of the College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences, as the 2016 recipient of the Arturo Montagu Lifetime Achievement Award.
The Center for World Catholicism & Intercultural Theology will host "Catholics and Coal," a panel discussion on Jan. 26 that looks at the Catholic response to environmental and human injustices resulting from coal mining in the U.S. and the Philippines.
Staff Council is set to hold its first meeting of 2017 on Wednesday, Jan. 25. Executive Vice President Jeff Bethke and Provost Marten denBoer will share information about the university’s 2017-18 budget. All staff are invited to attend.
The Midtown Educational Foundation recently recognized public relations and advertising faculty in DePaul's College of Communication as "Volunteers of the Year" for their work with the organization's apprenticeship program.
Congratulations to the Department of Writing, Rhetoric and Discourse for winning the December drawing of Newsline's "On Thursdays We Wear Blue!" photo contest. There is still time to submit your photos for the January drawing.
Have an innovative idea, but aren't sure how to share it with the world? TEDxDePaulUniversity is a powerful platform that will showcase inspiring thoughts from across the DePaul community. Applications are being accepted through Jan. 16 at 5 p.m.