Elizabeth Clements
February 13, 2017

DePaul Provost Marten denBoer announced today Dr. Misty Johanson will serve as interim dean of the Driehaus College of Business and Kellstadt Graduate School of Business, effective July 1.

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Rachel Marciano
February 09, 2017

With less than two weeks until the fourth annual Blue Demon Week, it’s just about time to break out the blue swag. From Feb. 19 – 26, students, faculty, staff and alumni will come together for a week full of festivities that celebrate what it means to be a Blue Demon.

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#DePaul In The NEWS

February 02, 2017

After 30 years, gate leases at O'Hare International Airport are set to expire at global hubs for United and American Airlines and "now it's time to think of the next era," says transportation expert Joseph Schwieterman. "The city may play big here" to expand and update terminals, he tells WTTW's "Chicago Tonight."

January 26, 2017
Next Avenue

Committing to end-of-life plans can be difficult for many people, psychology professor Joseph Ferrari tells Next Avenue. "We delay the consequences when we put something off," he says. "If the decision is upsetting, we avoid having to feel that." Ferrari suggests thinking about removing a future burden from family members as motivation. "What a gift you're giving them," he says.


Thursday, February 16, 2017

For indigenous Mexicans migrants (Mixtecs) from rural Oaxaca, Mexico, communication technology has transitioned rapidly from fixed landline telephony to mobile phones in a short period of time. Through interviews with farmworkers, the research reaches back to the rural village of San Martin Peras, Oaxaca when the first landline telephone arrived in 1993 and ends in Oxnard, California, where in 2006 indigenous Mexican migrants increasingly adopted mobile phones. I focus on the changing communicative ecology that migrants experience as they move across a national border.