#DePaul in the NEWS

August 26, 2014
Fox News Chicago

"They are significantly different," political scientist Scott Hibbard tells Fox News Chicago in shedding light on the militant group ISIS, or the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria.

August 26, 2014
NBC 5

Security breaches do not discriminate, according to information security expert Jean-Philippe Labruyere with DePaul's School of Computing. "Any company is a possible target," he says.

August 23, 2014
L.A. Times

Chicago continues to struggle with gun violence and researchers in the College of Science and Health are helping young people cope.

August 19, 2014
CNBC

Google's choice 10 years ago to use an auction for its IPO, rather than a typical offering, is drawing reflective analyses from finance experts, including DePaul's Ann Sherman.

August 16, 2014
The Hollywood Reporter

Waves crash everywhere as bedraggled fishermen scream and pull thousands of pounds of Alaskan crab onto deck.

August 14, 2014
Chicago Tribune

Most public restrooms in America do not offer adequate changing space for adults or older children who wear diapers, writes advocate Margaret Storey in the Chicago Tribune.

August 13, 2014
DNAinfo Chicago

Harvesting crops, pulling weeds and learning about careers in sustainability was all in a summer's day for the Green Teens from Gary Comer Youth Center.

August 13, 2014
The New York Times

The New York Times reports that archaeologists from Peru to New Mexico to the Middle East "are now turning to the modern technology of drones to defend and explore endangered sites."

August 12, 2014
Next Avenue

Nearly one-third of Americans, 71 and older, who suffer from a cognitive impairment are more likely to fall victim to financial abuse, according to a new study conducted by Keith Jacks Gamble, an economist at DePaul, and researchers at Rush University Medical Center.