Vol. 50 No. 42
Denise Mattson
June 01, 2017

DePaul's once-a-decade re-accreditation application to the Higher Learning Commission, led by Associate Provost for student success and accreditation Caryn Chaden, culminated in May with a site visit by a team of peer reviewers. The university now awaits the results of its assessment visit when the HLC issues its final report.  

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Articles

Rachel Marciano
June 01, 2017

Whether tutoring in math, science and English or sharing classrooms with pre-service teachers, students and alumni of DePaul's College of Education are helping to make a difference in the academic success of both students at Lake View and the next generation of Blue Demon educators.

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Information Services
June 01, 2017

In recent months, the university community has seen a marked increase in online phishing scams. With the help of Wombat Security Technologies, DePaul offers training and exercises on how to spot and steer clear of online scams.

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Rachel Marciano
June 01, 2017

As a part-time lecturer in the School for Public Service, Barbara Kraemer, OSF, allows her students to build projects around their own areas of interest, teaches them analysis and problem solving skills and leads a short-term study abroad program to Panama each summer. Read on to learn how she strives to make her students world ready.

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Rachel Marciano
June 01, 2017

This quarter, the Department of Housing Services teamed with the Department of Art, Media and Design within the College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences to launch "Art in the Halls." The new initiative aims to build affinity across campus by displaying student art in the residence halls.

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Multimedia

IN CASE YOU MISSED IT

Rachel Marciano
May 31, 2017

In addition to online phishing protection training offered in collaboration with Wombat Technology Services, Information Services has outlined a few steps employees can take to boost their cyber security.

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Rachel Marciano
May 25, 2017

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#DePaul In The NEWS

May 24, 2017
NBC News

Procrastination is not a time management issue, says psychologist Joseph Ferrari. That's just one of the procrastination myths he helps debunk in an NBCNews.com report about why 20 percent of Americans put things off. "(People) think that procrastinators are just lazy," he says. "And that's not what's going on. It's an avoidance strategy. It's a way of never demonstrating to yourself or to others your abilities or your capabilities."

May 24, 2017
Vocalo

Some of Chicago's health disparities can be attributed to the environment, says public health expert Julia Lippert. "There's older housing with different lead exposures, not necessarily in your water, but in your environment," that can create issues, she tells "The Morning AMp" on Vocalo radio. Lippert and public health student Briana Lemon spoke about environmental contaminants and how DePaul is cohosting a June 9 health fair in the Austin neighborhood to help residents test their water and soil for lead.

May 23, 2017
DNAinfo Chicago

DePaul is celebrating its outgoing president, the Rev. Dennis H. Holtschneider, C.M, in several ways, reports DNAinfo. "In recognition of Father Holtschneider's appreciation for all things musical, the new music building will be named in his honor," says Bill Bennett, immediate past chair of DePaul's board of trustees. "We will always be grateful to Father Holtschneider for his broad and effective commitment to music and all the arts," says Ronald Caltabiano, dean of the School of Music.

Events

Thursday, June 1, 2017

John Kimsey, Associate Professor, The School for New Learning, DePaul UniversityBill Martin, Professor of Philosophy, DePaul UniversityElaine T. May, Professor of History and American Studies, University of Minnesota6 bands/musicians with live performances of their own versions of Sgt. Pepper songsOn June 1, 1967, the Beatles released Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band, an album that irrevocably changed music, art, and culture. On the fiftieth anniversary of that date, the DHC celebrates Sgt.

Tuesday, June 6, 2017

Lincoln Park Neighborhood Then & Now: A Photographic History

Co-Sponsored by the Lincoln Central Association and Bridgeview Bank Group, the LPCRI spring 2017 program will present a photographic history of the "heart of the Lincoln Park neighborhood." The program will feature noted photographer Bob Segal who will contrast photos from DePaul's Special Collections Library and other sources with his own work.