The DePaul community sent the women's basketball team off in style yesterday, March 14, as the Blue Demons head to their 16th consecutive appearance in the NCAA Women's Basketball Tournament. The BIG EAST regular-season and tournament champion will face first-round opponent Oklahoma at 11 a.m. Friday, March 16 in College Station, Texas. Join a watch party at the McGrath-Phillips Arena to cheer on the Blue Demons, snack on free pizza and enter a raffle to win a DIBS bobble head.
In response to concerns from the Student Government Association and other students, DePaul is adjusting the process of distributing commencement tickets to allow graduates an earlier time period in which they can try to secure additional tickets. Read on to get all the details.
One of the priorities in DePaul 2024, the university's draft strategic plan, is ensuring DePaul's continued fiscal strength for future generations. Maintaining that strength comes not only from properly managing investments and long-term debt, but also by contributing to employees' financial wellness and maintaining a healthy endowment. Read on to learn more about Erin Archer, DePaul's new treasurer, and how the Office of the Treasurer works to preserve the university's fiscal strength.
Neuroscience, social work and game design faculty are collaborating to raise awareness about how traumatic brain injury affects victims of domestic violence. In February, they organized a conference that drew some 120 people into packed sessions, including local police, health care providers, social workers and attorneys.
During the 2016-17 academic year, nearly 3,000 students attended DePaul's job and internship fairs. Standing by at these fairs to answer questions and work with employers is Jameson Dixon, Jr., the Career Center's job fair and events manager. Read on to learn how Dixon strives to connect DePaul students with career opportunities.