"With the MA in Refugee and Forced Migration Studies, DePaul is
the leader in a field that’s both of-the-moment and timeless," says Shailja Sharma, associate dean of LAS.
Success over Stress, an intervention
program backed by a five-year grant of nearly $3 million from
the National Institutes of Health, is helping at-risk teens reduce
stress, anxiety and aggression.
DePaul students focused on sustainability—who are inquisitive, imaginative and eco-ambitious—succeed in the real world because of their passion for change and their long-view perspective.
To bring a humanities perspective back to the practice of health care, Craig Klugman takes students to the DePaul Art Museum to teach them the art of observation.
“Green projects shouldn’t be just for the rich,” says Winifred Curran, an associate professor of geography. "Sustainability is possible only if it supports the common good."
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