Campus Events

A calendar of upcoming events at DePaul

Monday, July 30, 2018
This short course is designed to provide you, the online instructor, with some basic tips and best practices for teaching online. Each module has a short practical assignment that will allow you to develop your online teaching tool kit. This course is designed for any faculty member who is new to teaching online. There are four modules to this course. Each module is arranged into sections which provide you information about what to do, how to do it, why to do it, and a chance to practice. The practical exercises are designed to allow you to prepare elements for your upcoming class including a welcome letter, introductions conference, discussion facilitation plan, and an assessment/feedback rubric. Note that there are no face to face meetings for this course and that the course runs approximately 2 weeks. You must have consistent access to the Internet during the duration of the course and be willing/able to log in and participate on a daily basis and commit a total of about 14hrs.
Friday, September 7, 2018
Find your place at DePaul. Meet new friends. Get connected. Join us for the Fall 2018 Real Life Recess/Involvement Fair. This event is sponsored by the Office of Student Involvement and the Ray Meyer Fitness and Recreation Center. If you are a student organization that would like a table at the fair, table registration will begin on APRIL 30TH! Please click here to access that form. For questions, email [email protected]
Thursday, September 13, 2018
Find your place at DePaul. Meet new friends. Get connected. Join us for the Fall 2018 Loop Involvement Fair. This event is sponsored by the Office of Student Involvement. If you are a student organization that would like a table at the fair, table registration will begin on APRIL 30TH. Please click here to access that form.
Tuesday, October 2, 2018
Conducted by Cliff Colnot, director of orchestral activities and principal conductor of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra's contemporary MusicNOW ensemble, the DePaul Symphony Orchestra focuses on a thorough and serious study of the core orchestral repertoire.
Friday, October 19, 2018
Each year the Fall Forum on Teaching and Learning brings together faculty from across DePaul's colleges and schools to connect with one another and share strategies for teaching and learning. The Fall Forum kicks off the academic year with an event focused on pedagogy, complementing the annual Teaching and Learning Conference in the spring. More details about this event will be added in Summer 2018.
Saturday, October 27, 2018
Program information will be made available closer to the concert date.
Thursday, November 1, 2018
Tickets will go on sale September 4, 2018 Presented as a part of "Unveiled: A Celebration of Music at DePaul" guest soloists Andrew Garland, David Portillo and Lauren Snouffer with join together with the DePaul Concert Orchestra, the DePaul Symphonic Choir and the Community Music Division's Community Chorus for a presentation of "Carmina Burana" on the opening night of this 11-day festival. Baritone Andrew Garland is widely recognized as a leader in recital work with dozens of performances around the country including Carnegie Hall with pianist Warren Jones and programs of modern American songs all over the Unites States and in Canada. Jones, Marilyn Horne, Steven Blier, a number of American composers, and several major music publications all endorse him as a highly communicative singer leading the way for the song recital into the 21st Century. Read more about Andrew Garland. Praised by Opera News for "high notes with ease, singing with a luxuriant warm glow that seduced the ear as he bounded about the stage with abandon," American tenor David Portillo has established himself as one of the leading artists of his generation. Among his many past roles have been Ferrando in "Così fan tutte" with Opera Australia, Jacquino in "Fidelio" at the Metropolitan Opera and Tamino in "Die Zauberflöte" at Oper Frankfurt. Read more about David Portillo. Recognized for her unique artistic curiosity in world-class performances spanning the music of Claudio Monteverdi and Johann Adolph Hasse through to György Ligeti and George Benjamin, American Lauren Snouffer is celebrated as one of the most versatile and respected sopranos on the international stage. Recent performances have included the title role of Berg's "Lulu" in a new production at the Teatro Municipal de Santiago and Agnès in George Benjamin's "Written on Skin" for Opera Philadelphia. Read more about Lauren Snouffer.
Saturday, November 3, 2018
Tickets will go on sale September 4, 2018 With 105 years of history and more than 3,800 alumni, the DePaul University School of Music has been the launchpad for countless virtuosic carrers in the arts. Many of these accomplished musicians will return to Chicago and ​perform together in the school's remarkable new home.
Wednesday, November 7, 2018
Tickets will go on sale September 4, 2018 The DePaul University School of Music is dedicated to excellence in music teaching and performance with a distinguished faculty including members of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Lyric Opera of Chicago, Grant Park Symphony and countless other celebrated solists and chamber musicians. On this evening many of those seasoned professionals will take the stage for a performance of their own.
Thursday, November 8, 2018
Program information will be made available closer to the concert date.