Campus Events

A calendar of upcoming events at DePaul

Tuesday, February 13, 2018
This workshop is designed for people who feel comfortable with basic principles and best practices in survey design. During this workshop, we will take a deeper look at people's experiences as they take your survey and dig into some of the over 100 years of survey research literature to better understand how survey design affects participants' abilities to provide optimal responses to your survey instruments. By the end of this workshop, participants will be able to apply some of this knowledge to design better surveys or refine their existing survey instruments. Participants may attend either in-person or online via Zoom. To attend via Zoom, please follow these instructions: Join from PC, Mac, Linux, iOS or Android: Or iPhone one-tap (US Toll): +14086380968,306850228# or +16465588656,306850228# Or Telephone: Dial: +1 408 638 0968 (US Toll) or +1 646 558 8656 (US Toll) Meeting ID: 306 850 228 International numbers available:
Friday, February 16, 2018
FINANCIAL & VALUATION MODELING SEMINARS at DEPAUL UNIVERSITY - OCTOBER 20 & 21st 2017 and February 16th & 17th, 2018 Attention to all students pursuing investment banking, private equity, portfolio management, business and corporate development, capital markets, equity & credit research, and industry corporate finance careers: The Kellstadt Career Management Center will be hosting Wall Street Prep's Financial and Valuation Modeling seminar series at DePaul University on the weekends of October 20-21st, 2017. Full details about this event can be found at: PROGRAM AGENDA Day 1 - Friday, October 20 (9am-5pm): Financial Statement Modeling in Excel Day 2 - Saturday, October 21st (9am-5pm): Valuation and Discounted Cash Flow Modeling in Excel Day 3 - Friday, February 16 (9am-5pm): Mergers & Acquisitions Modeling Day 4 - Saturday, February 17 (9am-5pm): Leveraged Buyout (LBO) Modeling Complimentary 12-month online access to Trading & Transaction Comparables Modeling self-study online modules *Note: Students will receive Certification upon successful completion of online-based test anytime within 12 months of seminar attendance WHAT PREVIOUS WSP SEMINAR PARTICIPANTS ARE SAYING \t99% of previous WSP seminar participants would recommend our seminar to others \t81% found our seminar highly relevant to their professional goals \t76% believe the seminar significantly improved their performance and confidence during the recruiting process. \t79% felt more confident during the technical aspect of finance interviews due to the seminar. WHY SHOULD YOU ATTEND THESE SEMINARS? \tThe seminar enrollment fee represents over 80% educational discount relative to WSP's corporate training fees \tStrong resume coverage to help you during this challenging recruiting season \tExtensive prep materials to ace technical finance questions during interviews \tObtain practical financial skill set needed to excel as an Analyst/Associate on the job HOW TO REGISTER Online at COST PER STUDENT Option 1 - 4 days of live training $350, which also includes Certification in Financial and Valuation Modeling and lifetime post-seminar online access to: • Trading & Transaction Comps Modeling ($119 value) • E-mail based Support Team ($69 value) • Crash Course in Excel ($69 value) Option 2 -weekend 2 seminar only $199 for each weekend, which also includes lifetime post-seminar online access to: • E-mailed based Support Team • Crash Course in Excel Option 3 - weekend 1 seminar only $199 for each weekend, which also includes lifetime post-seminar online access to: • E-mailed based Support Team • Crash Course in Excel QUESTIONS OR COMMENTS? Feel free to contact Matt Blair at [email protected]
Friday, February 16, 2018
The Maker movement is a recent social, economic, scientific, and educational phenomenon that spans academic disciplines, skill levels, and industries. The core value of the Maker culture is ownership of your creative work, in contrast to using pre-packaged or proprietary products. The cultural phenomenon was first described in the mid-2000s and is a confluence of Do-It- Yourself (DIY) culture, hacker culture, crowd-sourced initiatives, and inexpensive personal manufacturing technologies such as 3D printers. Maker culture has expanded rapidly with the creation of physical and virtual Makerspace communities, start-up companies attracting a predominantly young workfoce, significant federal funding, and the attention of educators, especially at the primary and secondary level. The Maker educational philosophy can be described as learning-through- doing in an interdisciplinary social environment. Pieces of this educational philosophy can be recognized within DePaul's engaged learning environment today: art or music "studios", science "labs", Internet-of-Things "product development", and other collaborative creative endeavors.These pieces are rapidly merging into a Maker community, and this workshop will serve as an introduction. The first two officially designated DePaul University Makerspaces open in September 2017: one at the Richardson Library, and the other on the Loop Campus. How can teachers use these new facilities to tap into the latent "Maker" in their students? How do you get students at all levels and in all disciplines to reach the top level of Bloom's Taxonomy and "Create" ? How do you assign and assess student work at Makerspaces? We will discuss these questions while building some "smart devices" and designing and 3D printing our own creations. At the conclusion of this program participants will be able to: Recognize the educational philosophy and culture of the Maker Movement. Build their own webservers, create their own intelligent devices, design and 3D print their own objects, and know where to go on or off campus to hack stuff. Plan, assign, and evaluate Makerspace activities in their own classes. Presented by Eric Landahl (College of Science and Health- Physics)
Thursday, February 22, 2018
Analytics Night will host employers from a variety of industries who are seeking talent for current roles. This event it is open to current Graduate CDM and Kellstadt students and alumni. This is a great opportunity for employers to recruit candidates for any positions that are currently available and others that may arise in the future. Dress Code: Business professional / formal / business suits (no jeans or casual attire/shoes) What: Analytics Night When: Thursday, February 15, 2018 from 4:30 - 6:00 pm Where: DePaul Center Building - 1 E. Jackson Blvd. Chicago, IL (State/Jackson) / Concourse Level Attendees: Computing and Digital Media (CDM) and Kellstadt Graduate School of Business students and alumni *Please check back for participating employers and company information
Friday, February 23, 2018
A concert of chamber music by Ronald Caltabiano, Dean of the School of Music. Music performed will include Fanfares for Harpsichord, Sonata for Solo Cello, Concertini and Hexagons.