DePaul University Newsline > Issue > January 31, 2020
This academic year, Erika Sánchez began teaching at DePaul as the Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz Chair in the Department of Latin American and Latino Studies.
Animation Career Review included DePaul University on its list of top animation schools and game design programs in the country.
DePaul welcomes six leaders from the fields of business, education and finance to its 40-member board of trustees. Joining the board are Gery Chico, Timothy S. Crane, John Kerr, Claire O'Grady, Anne Prisco and Jennifer W. Steans.
In light of the coronavirus outbreak, DePaul has been monitoring the situation, will continue to do so and is sharing the following information to raise awareness and inform the university community.
For St. Vincent de Paul, acts of self-discipline were made easier through being mindful of the result that followed. Therefore, he exhorted his community members to have courage in the face of obstacles.
On Tuesday, Feb. 4, DePaul will open a new DePaul Student Food Pantry to aid the university's food insecure students.
DePaul President A. Gabriel Esteban, Ph.D., invites faculty and staff to attend a Leadership Town Hall on Feb. 18.
New Student and Family Engagement is now recruiting Chicago Quarter staff professionals for fall 2020.
Information Services' winter quarterly newsletter, Tech@DePaul, is now available. The newsletter aims to increase awareness of tech services, software and discounts available to students, faculty and staff.
This year marks the 40th anniversary of the Vincentian Studies Institute promoting a living interest in the historical, spiritual and charitable heritage of the Vincentian Family.