DePaul University Newsline > Issue > February 11, 2022
Future Forward, described as "a year-long career incubator," helps new Blue Demons discover not only what makes DePaul unique in higher education but also what they want out of their college experience.
One DePaul student assisted a Spanish film company produce a documentary. Another helped an Irish nonprofit analyze support needs for the refugees they serve. They did this - without having to travel - through the virtual international internship program. GianMario Besana, associate provost for global engagement, joins DePaul Download to discuss how new programs have transformed global learning opportunities.
From side comments to outright aggressiveness, anti-fat bias at work can be pervasive. In addition to being normalized in our culture, anti-fat bias is on the rise, say business researchers at DePaul University.
Jim Duignan and DePaul Art Museum are collaborating to reflect and strategize about ways to bring the Stockyard Institute’s methods to a wider audience at the museum.
"Slow Places in Béla Tarr's Films: The Intersection of Geography, Ecology, and Slow Cinema" explores the Hungarian filmmaker's approach to creating geographies of indifference through slow cinema techniques.
Do you have a plan for how you will use your vacation hours in 2022? If not, now is the time to take out your calendar and figure out a plan for your time off.
As you move through today, consider how you can respond to the personal, institutional, and societal injustices that we encounter in our daily life, work, and study. How can you, like Saint Josephine Bakhita, respond to the call for social and environmental justice in your life?