Vol. 48 No. 6
Elizabeth Clements
November 13, 2014

David Miller, interim provost, announced today two interim dean appointments. Judy Bundra will serve as interim dean for the School of Music, and Lucy Rinehart will serve as interim dean for the College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences.

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Rocio Ortega
November 13, 2014

Thirty Chicagoland public high school students sit in a DePaul Loop campus classroom. For many, it is their first time on a college campus and a hint of apprehension and nervousness shows on their faces. So begins the 12-day summer workshop of DePaul's Pasos al Futuro "Steps to the Future" workshop, an effort to encourage youth to pursue careers in journalism reporting on Latino communities.

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Savannah Fish
November 13, 2014

Student Affairs and the Office of Mission and Values would like to take this opportunity to cordially invite you to the 3rd Annual DePaul Gathering of Remembrance, a memorial service for DePaul community members who have lost loved ones over the past year. The memorial service will be held on Wednesday, Nov. 19 at 4:30 p.m.

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DePaul Athletics
November 12, 2014

DePaul Athletics is preparing to send off the women's soccer team in style just before the Blue Demons depart for Madison, Wis. and its NCAA tournament opener on Saturday night. Staff members, coaches, fellow student-athletes from other teams and DePaul soccer fans will gather at 11:30 a.m. on Friday, Nov. 14 in the Sullivan Athletic Center for a rousing tribute to coach Erin Chastain and her players before they depart.

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Staff Council
November 04, 2014

Staff Council is partnering with Volunteers of America-Illinois to support homeless veterans in Chicago this Veterans Day. Your help is appreciated as we work together to give back to those who have given so much. Donations will be collected through Dec. 5.

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#DePaul In The NEWS

November 10, 2014

Chicago businessman and DePaul finance alumnus Lou Weisbach is using his connections in the business and political arenas to help veterans get jobs and find housing. But, the health care of Americans and veterans also is on his mind. His "ambitious nonprofit" American Center for Cures aims to tap the brightest minds in science to find cures for diseases such as Alzheimer's and Parkinson's. Read Shia Kapo's column in Crain's Chicago Business to learn more about these efforts and how DePaul coach Ray Meyer impacted Weisbach's life.

November 06, 2014
DNAinfo Chicago

Chirping birds, chipmunks scurrying through leaves and the drone of Lake Shore Drive are some of the sounds DePaul's Chicago Wildsounds project has recorded, reports DNAinfo. Ecologist Liam Heneghan and his students are measuring nature sounds as part of their soundscape ecology research. "We've really kind of captured the sounds of the Chicago lakefront," says Heneghan.

November 01, 2014
United Hemispheres

Health care is "one of Chicagoland's primary economic drivers," according to United Hemispheres magazine, which notes that DePaul University is moving "aggressively into health careers as part of its Vision 2018 strategy." Fr. Dennis Holtschneider notes, "Computer Science now has a major school of Health IT. We have programs in Health Law, Health Business and Health Public Relations and Communications."


Friday, November 21, 2014

We invite you to our highly anticipated banquet as part of our special project, "Terminal Town: Celebrating 75 Years of Travel to the Windy City", at Maggiano's Little Italy, 516 N. Clark St. Includes special video production to recognize leading figures in the construction and preservation of air, bus, and train terminals in the region. View banquet information. Register for event. For additional information email: [email protected]