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May 16, 2022

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Summer Institute will connect new students with cultural programs

May 24, 2022

DePaul's new Social Transformation Research Collaborative will welcome freshly enrolled undergraduates to participate in a Summer Institute for New Students this July. Participants will experience a week-long course focused on topics of racial and social justice.​

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Mothers, creative writing and DePaul: The Women, Writing and Incarceration Project

May 24, 2022

Professor Emerita Ann Folwell Stanford taught creative writing at the Cook County Department of Corrections, which led her to design DePaul classes for women affected by the criminal legal system. The courses were part of a larger effort, "Women, Writing and Incarceration Project," also known as WWIP.​

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Researcher examines the social psychology of white nationalism

May 23, 2022

When a self-​​described white supremacist murdered 10 people in a racially motivated attack in Buffalo, New York, some questioned his mental health. White supremacy comes from a variety of sources in society, but is not rooted in mental illness, says Christine Reyna, a social psychologist and DePaul University professor.

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Hate has no home in our society

May 20, 2022

​​We pray this will be the last time we must be witness to such tragedy, and ask the DePaul community to be catalysts for change joining those committed to do what must be done to ensure these prayers are answered.

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Law students selected for prestigious Equal Justice Works fellowships

May 20, 2022

​​Three DePaul Law students were selected for prestigious Equal Justice Works fellowships this coming fall. Only about 70 students nationwide are awarded EJW fellowships each year, and previous EJW fellows have worked in areas such as community economic development, voting rights and veterans benefits.

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