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April 22, 2022


VOL. 55 NO. 29


Review COVID-19 guidance, deadlines for commencement

Office of Academic Events | April 22,2022

Ahead of this year's commencement ceremonies, June graduates are encouraged to reserve tickets by the April 27 deadline and review updated COVID-19 safety protocols.​

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NIH awards Joseph Mikels $2.6 million to research motivation and health

Konner Gross | April 22, 2022

​The National Institutes of Health has awarded DePaul's Joseph Mikels a $2.6 million grant to continue his work on emotion, aging and decision-making throughout the life span.
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Nurses experienced 'moral distress' on frontlines of COVID-19 pandemic

Kristin Claes Mathews | April 22, 2022

​A new study from researchers at DePaul documents the emotions of 100 nurses who cared for patients during the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic. Faculty members and students interviewed a diverse group of nurses and found all experienced "moral distress" as they lacked support to provide high-quality nursing care.
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Honoring the legacy of the Rev. John T. Richardson, C.M.

Brittan Nannenga | April 22, 2022

​​As the university community prepares for the April 27 services honoring the life of the Rev. John T. Richardson, C.M., DePaul Special Collections and Archives commemorates his life and work through the records held in University Archives and the Vincentian Archives.
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Live stream available for memorial Mass honoring Fr. Richardson

University Marketing and Communications | April 22, 2022

​The university will host a memorial Mass for the Rev. John T. Richardson, C.M., on April 27 in the St. Vincent de Paul Parish Church. A live stream of the Mass will be available for those unable to attend in person.
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Migration policy has reached a crossroads

Russell Dorn | April 22, 2022

In the midst​ of more than four million Ukrainians leaving their home country due to the invasion by Russia, immigration and migration policy has reached a critical crossroads, says a pair of scholars. The experts will speak at DePaul University’s Migration Collaborative Immigration Summit on April 29.
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Mission: The sacred dignity of all persons

Abdul-Malik Ryan | April 22, 2022

​Because we are DePaul, all are welcome. Our Vincentian Catholic tradition calls on us to recognize and accommodate diverse religious observances to honor the sacred dignity of every person.
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Scene At DePaul

Blues Demons take over Wrigley Field

​On April 19, Tony Stubblefield (left), men's basketball head coach, and Doug Bruno (right), women's basketball head coach, posed on the field pregame with DIBS before the Chicago Cubs took on Tampa Bay. Blue Demon students, staff and faculty were in attendance during DePaul Night at "The Friendly Confines" for Stubblefield's first pitch and Bruno's seventh inning stretch. (Image courtesy of DePaul Athletics)

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DePaul In The News

Chicago Tribune • GianMario Besana, Pascale-Anne Brault, Marta Haiduchok, Sofiia Kekukh and Clara Orban

Ukrainian college students upended by war enroll in online classes at DePaul

April 14, 2022

AARP • Rebecca Michel

How to make tough choices you might face at work

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