DePaul’s new men’s basketball head coach, Tony Stubblefield – or Coach Stubbs as he prefers to be called – joins the podcast to talk about his plans for the team, shares how he will recruit local athletes and even gives a personal factoid that many may not know about him.
The COVID-19 pandemic affected nearly every aspect of the collegiate experience – including commencement. To ensure the Class of 2021 had the opportunity to participate in the time-honored tradition – even if it looked different than a typical year – DePaul planned Graduation Celebration. DePaul’s interim provost, Salma Ghanem, shares more about the university’s plans.
As the College of Science and Health begins celebrating its 10th anniversary, Dean Stephanie Dance-Barnes discusses the college’s past, present and future. Listen for her thoughts on the college’s interdisciplinary approach to branching into health and clinical fields and how it is advancing diversity within STEM fields.
Last spring at the start of the pandemic, The Theatre School transitioned Shakespeare’s dark comedy, Measure for Measure, from a live in-studio play to a radio show. 2020 MFA graduate Maricruz Menchero talks about the experience, the radio show’s unexpected benefits and explains how her coursework introduced her to new skillsets for life after graduation.
With Valentine’s Day right around the corner, tune in to the latest episode of DePaul Download with DePaul Liberal Arts and Social Sciences faculty member Julie Moody-Freeman to learn more about the history and importance of Black representation in romance novels and the podcast she hosts, The Black Romance Podcast.
When local teachers and principals needed strategies for navigating a year of pandemic disruptions, political unrest and encouraging anti-racism efforts, Donna Kiel and her colleagues in DePaul’s Office of Innovative Professional Learning answered with support. Now, the College of Education professor is considering the question, “How do we take the lessons of 2020 and change the world?”
This year, Christmas from DePaul is going virtual. The event’s producers, Tony Peluso and Jamie Davis, talk about the challenges they faced due to COVID-19, explain how DePaul’s campus was used to help tell the story of Jesus’ birth and share how DePaul’s students were involved in creating this year’s event, in front of and behind the camera.
Nearly three months into DeWayne Peevy’s tenure, DePaul Download sits down with the university’s new director of athletics to find out how he’s adjusting to campus and the city and learn about his plans for DePaul, including his “ABCs of DePaul Athletics.”
The American Psychological Association found that many people are citing the 2020 elections as a significant source of stress in their life. To learn more about election-related stress and how to cope with it, listen to latest episode with Jocelyn Carter, associate professor in the College of Science and Health and director of clinical training.
Elections have evolved the last few decades. From simply polling voters to using big data to sway voters’ decisions, DePaul Driehaus School of Business professor, former White House advisor and author, Bruce Newman, outlines political marketing’s growing influence in elections and, simply, within government. He also shares his analysis of the 2020 Presidential election and what the 2020 winner will need to accomplish before January’s Inauguration.