• 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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  • Rachel Marciano
    November 17, 2016

    Janet Sung launched her professional violin career at age 9 with her first symphony debut. Today she shares her musical talent, knowledge and passion for violin and ensembles with DePaul’s School of Music. Read on to learn how a global musical career brought Sung to the Lincoln Park Campus.

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  • Tony Scott
    September 29, 2016

    Artist and associate professor Jim Duignan is participating in a yearlong residency at Rebuilding Exchange, a non-profit in Chicago that creates a market for reclaimed building materials. Read on to learn more about the Visual Arts Education program he started at DePaul and how he finds inspiration for his work.

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  • Maria Toscano
    June 23, 2016

    Returning to his homeland where he was born and raised prior to coming to the United States at the age of 13, law professor Alberto Coll and 32 third-year law school students visited Cuba to study its legal system during a momentous spring break week in March. Read on to learn more about how Coll is preparing lawyers for future foreign trade, investment and business.

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  • Kasia Kujawski and Elizabeth Clements
    April 28, 2016

    James Choi, an instructor in the School of Cinematic Arts at the College of Computing and Digital Media, worked in the film business in Los Angeles for 17 years before returning to his hometown of Chicago. Read on to learn more about his recent experience at a workshop in Cuba with the world-renowned Iranian filmmaker, Abbas Kiarostami.

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  • Rachel Marciano
    April 13, 2016

    What do The Beatles, China, philosophy and DePaul University have in common? The answer is Bill Martin, a professor of philosophy, who is spending his 26th year as a DePaul faculty member on leave to teach abroad at Huaqiao University in Xiamen, China. Read on to learn how Martin is sharing knowledge, culture and music with DePaul’s Chinese counterparts.

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  • Kasia Kujawski
    March 30, 2016

    Imagine coming to class four days a week and using knives, swords, quarterstaffs and a variety of other weapons. For Nick Sandys Pullin, an adjunct at DePaul's Theatre School who teaches stage combat, this is a reality. Read on to learn more about how Pullin brings staged fights to life.

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  • Rachel Marciano
    February 03, 2016

    Susan Bandes, the centennial distinguished professor in DePaul's College of Law, is one of 20 fellows participating in this year's Public Voices Fellowship, a branch of the national OpEd Project. Read on to learn more about how Bandes' experience in the program is shaping the way she shares her passion for law and emotion with the public.

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  • Rachel Marciano
    January 06, 2016

    After 12 years working in corporate finance and several more recruiting at the University of Chicago, Stephani Mason joined DePaul in 2012 as an assistant professor of accounting. Though her formal training focuses on the financial market, Mason has dedicated much of her efforts toward advocating for diversity in both the workplace and in higher education institutions. Read on to learn why she believes diversity is important and what DePaul is doing to build it.

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  • Jasminne Hernandez
    December 16, 2015

    Morag Kersel, assistant professor of anthropology in the College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences, is the co-director of Follow the Pots, a research project in Jordan that investigates how and why people excavate, loot, sell and collect pots from the Early Bronze Age, which spans from 3600-2000 B.C.E. Read on to learn more about what Kersel and her team have learned from pots, and why she travels the world to find them.

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