DePaul University Newsline > Issue > February 25, 2022
Award-winning producer and Diversity Faculty Fellow in DePaul's Center for Communication Engagement Judith McCray pairs young and early-career journalists with activists from the communities they're covering. McCray joins the podcast to talk about this reporting technique, training reporters to build relationships and trust, and the evolving discussion of objectivity in journalism.
Computer scientist Roselyne Tchoua has been named an Equity Research Fellow with the Sinai Urban Health Institute, where she aims to use machine learning to reduce repeat visits to the emergency department.
Immigration has been a politically charged topic for decades in the U.S. What’s missing from the discussion is consideration of criminal justice practice and policy, says Xavier Perez, a criminology faculty member in DePaul’s College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences.
As we honor and celebrate Black History Month, Special Collections and Archives is spotlighting DePaul’s Black student newspaper, "The Hawk." The stories featured in the newspaper are important in their documentation of the experiences and accomplishments of Black students, staff, faculty and alumni.
DePaul's virtual Winter Career Fair is set for Wednesday, Feb. 23, and will feature nearly 100 employers from various industries recruiting for jobs and internships. To prepare for the day's event and help students stand out to employers, the Career Center has outlined some top tips on how to prepare for a virtual career or networking event.
Perhaps the best we can offer is a moment of quiet and reflection in our own lives followed by a moment of service and caring for others.
It is with sadness we have learned of the death of Patricia “Tish” Louise Hoover, a former faculty member of the Department of Music Education. She died on May 28, 2021, at the age of 82. May she rest in peace.