DePaul prepares graduates to work, succeed and contribute in the global community with an experiential education leveraging the rich resources of the city of Chicago. That unique experience is at the center of the university's new brand advertising campaign, Here, We Do. that launches on April 23, 2018.
Each April, Sexual Assault Awareness Month offers the university community a chance to learn more about sexual and relationship violence, as well as show support for survivors. This year, the university community is invited to participate in Take Back the Night, an event that serves as direct action aimed at sexual and relationship violence. The event will take place on April 25 in the Schmitt Academic Center.
How can favorite children's books teach valuable lessons about nature and the environment? As a father and an environmental scientist, Liam Heneghan takes on this question in his new book, "Beasts at Bedtime: Revealing Environmental Wisdom in Children's Literature." Heneghan set out to create a curriculum for parents and teachers, but what he discovered, he says, was much more interesting.
Since 2005, the University Salvage Store has been collecting and reclaiming items that DePaul departments and offices no longer use or need. From lamps to laptops, appliances to artwork, or football pads to iPads, the Salvage Store offers these and many other items at significant savings to DePaul students, faculty, staff and the public at large.