• Lorene Yue
    May 24, 2018

    The Illinois health care industry is on the precipice of how care is provided, due in part to recent amendments to the Nurse Practice Act. In this Q&A, Matthew Sorenson, director of DePaul University's School of Nursing, explains some of the factors affecting industry change and DePaul's role in finding solutions. 

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  • Russell Dorn
    May 10, 2018

    Video games can be used for more than just entertainment, they can also help raise awareness for mental illness and diseases, says Doris C. Rusch, an associate professor of game design in the School of Design. In this Q&A, Rusch explains why this medium is so important, how games can be an avenue for healing and what she hopes her games will accomplish once released.

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  • Lorene Yue
    May 03, 2018

    Zachary Ostrowski sees more than strip malls, car washes and other fragments of small town life when he travels through the rural Midwest. He sees art. Read on to learn more about how Ostrowski strives to preserve that art through performance, graffiti and video.

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  • Kristin Claes Mathews
    April 26, 2018

    Pediatric psychologist Jocelyn Carter feels a personal connection to teens impacted by gun violence, from Parkland, Florida, to the neighborhoods of Chicago. In this Q&A, Carter discusses the impact stress has on young survivors of gun violence and offers advice for adults who are talking with teenagers and children about gun violence.

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  • Kristin Claes Mathews
    April 19, 2018

    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.

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  • Lorene Yue
    April 05, 2018

    When bitcoin's price peaked at nearly $18,000 in December 2017, it generated a buzz among DePaul's faculty and students, who are exploring ways to learn more about finance-related technologies and cryptocurrency. Faculty members Lamont Black and Massimo Di Pierro talk with Newsline about this topic and how they are addressing it in the classroom.

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  • Russell Dorn
    February 22, 2018

    Part of the reason Marvel's "Black Panther" has seen so much success is that it came along at the right time both culturally and politically, says Blair Davis, an associate professor of media and cinema studies in the College of Communication. His latest book, "Comic Book Movies," will be available April 19 through Rutgers University Press. Read the Q&A to find out why Davis believes "Black Panther" is a cultural phenomenon. 

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