"In SWK classes, students experience science not as a bunch of
static facts but as a process of discovery and discernment," says Mark
Potosnak. "And that improves their ability to think critically."
DePaul’s Security Daemons placed third in the 2016 National Collegiate Cyber Defense
Competition. “This year, the Daemons performed better
than any team from the Midwest ever has,” says Jean-Philippe
Coming in 2018, a new "maker movement" class will give students a chance to experiment, collaborate, prototype, produce, and share.
For Cliff Colnot, conducting is teaching on a larger scale: "As a result of my intervention, players get better. I
like teaching large groups because it’s more people I can affect."
Suzanne Bell is working with NASA to find optimal crew compositions for a mission to Mars, which will be a 30-month odyssey of extreme isolation and confinement.
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