Inspired by the theme "Courage to Connect," 10 speakers from across the DePaul community challenged thoughts and inspired ideas through a series of engaging talks and presentations a the second TEDxDePaulUniversity on April 18.
Activist, author and anti-death penalty crusader Sister Helen Prejean, C.S.J., talks with a small gathering of faculty, staff and students during a breakfast Wednesday, April 19, 2017, at DePaul University's Lincoln Park Campus.
On April 22, more than 60 members of the DePaul community joined the March for Science Chicago in Grant Park. The day's events also celebrated Chicago as a vital hub for research, technology, education and economic development.
Visiting dancers Sergey Shamota and Miriam Engel offered a master's class for Lin Kahn's course, Diversity in Dance: Paradigms Shifting, as part of the President's Signature Series Event "Celebrating Women and Multiculturalism through the Universal Language of Dance."
"Glimpses Of The Great War: Faith, Family And Community During World War I," opening at the John T. Richardson Library on April 12, tells the story of the Rev. William Ward, C.M., and Rev. Ferdinand "Joe" Ward, C.M., who witnessed and shaped seven decades of DePaul's growth.
On Feb. 13, Yeshiva University's David Shatz shared insights about the relationship between American Christians and Jews during the 22nd Annual Joseph Cardinal Bernardin Jerusalem Lecture hosted at DePaul.
In this DePaul Art Minute video, Louise Lincoln, director of the DePaul University Art Museum in Chicago, discusses the historic and compelling prints from the "Ink, Paper, Politics: WPA-era Printmaking from the Needles Collection."
A breathtaking 4.5 mile ride on a Divvy bike from DePaul University's Chicago Loop Campus to its Lincoln Park Campus. Videographer and triathlete Jeff Carrion uses a GoPro to grab urban images from bike lanes on Chicago city streets and from shared bike/pedestrian areas on campus.
A letter written by St. Vincent de Paul nearly 400 years ago in France is among a new digital collection at DePaul University in Chicago. The manuscript in the university library is part of the largest collection of Vincentian scholarly works outside of Europe.
DePaul University's new data center, CH1 is the primary hub designed to store and maintain information applications used by students, faculty and staff, including email, network drives and learning management systems.