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DePaul University 2018 holiday video

December 6, 2018

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DePaul, City Colleges of Chicago unveil new path to bachelor’s degree

December 6, 2018

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DePaul announces $20K scholarships for high-achieving graduates of Chicago Public Schools and Catholic high schools in Illinois

November 19, 2018

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Extinct Megatoothed Shark May Have Been Warm-Blooded

December 11, 2018

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Seventeen's 2018 Voices of the Year: 6 Women Under 21 Who are Changing the World

November 26, 2018

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You Guys Are Probably All Guilty of Sexism

December 10, 2018

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CAMPUS AND COMMUNITY

Office of Global Engagement expands programs, international activities

November 29, 2018

Are you a faculty member who wants to get more involved in global engagement at DePaul? Did you know the English Language Academy now offers a Pronunciation Training for Success program? Curious about the latest international student recruitment numbers? Get the latest from the Office of Global Engagement, including updates from various divisions around DePaul about their internationalization efforts, in its fall 2018 newsletter.​

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Steans Center to wrap up fall 2018 workshop series

November 29, 2018

​The Steans Center’s 2018-19 Community-based Service Learning Series will wrap up the fall quarter with workshop number five, "Best Practices in Assessment for Community-based Service Learning," on Dec. 6 and 7. The center also will hold an intensive two-day series of the fall 2018 workshops on Dec. 10 and 11. 

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Annual Immigration Ministry Posada to stop at DePaul

November 29, 2018

​On Friday, Dec. 14, the Immigration Ministry's 13th annual Posada will stop at the DePaul Center on the Loop Campus. All member of the university community are welcome to view the Posada, or walk and pray in solidarity with immigrants during the event.​

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Secretaries and stenos: The Secretarial School

November 29, 2018

Students looking at the course catalog of DePaul University's College of Commerce for the 1918-19 academic year would have seen a brand new program appended to the end. The new program listing described the classes in the Shorthand School. Though DePaul's College of Commerce opened classes in January 1913, this was the first time it offered classes geared specifically towards secretarial and clerical work. Despite its small start, the shorthand program would eventually become the Secretarial College, one of DePaul's most popular programs over the next four decades.

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CAMPUS AND COMMUNITY

Vincentian Endowment Fund awards grants to 19 projects

November 29, 2018

What do an urban garden in Lincoln Park and a historical research project about Vincentian missionaries in the early modern era in Europe have in common? Each was a project selected to receive a Vincentian Endowment Fund grant because it serves in some capacity as a concrete manifestation of DePaul's mission in action. Read on​ to learn more about this year's 19 award winners.

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