DePaul University Newsline > Issue > February 7, 2020
From a new passport caravan program to helping students decide which of DePaul's 90 study aboard options is right for them, DePaul's Study Abroad office strives to make international experience available for as many Blue Demons as possible.
So far this fiscal year, faculty and staff members from across the university earned 36 external grants. Research projects and academic programs range from religious studies and community engagement to diversifying higher education faculty. Cumulatively, the grants total nearly $5 million for this fiscal year and $8 million in additional funds over the next several years.
When taking into account factors such as work-life balance, the pay difference between new male and female physicians is still largely unaccounted for, according to findings by economics professor Anthony Lo Sasso.
With more than 2,000 members, DePaul's Upsilon Pi Epsilon chapter is the largest and most active in the nation, earning the 2018 and 2019 Outstanding Chapter award.
Creators of award-winning television shows and movies will appear at DePaul University’s School of Cinematic Arts for its Visiting Artists Series this winter.
While the immediate health risk of the 2019 novel coronavirus to the general public remains low, both in the United States and in Chicago, the Chicago Department of Public Health has issued new guidance for universities.
Kathryn Statz will serve as the new director of gender equity, or Title IX coordinator, at DePaul.
"Okinawan Princess: Da Legend of Hajichi Tattoos" is an illustrated, transpacific feminist fairy tale that illuminates an ancient tradition and pushes back against normative standards of beauty.
Offered by DePaul's Lincoln Park Mailing Services, commuter mailbox rentals allows students who commute and live off campus a safe and easy way to have their mail and packages delivered.