DePaul University Newsline > Issue > June 11, 2021
To help the Class of 2021, family, friends and the DePaul community plan for the Saturday, June 12, ceremonies, visit the commencement website for helpful information on each college's launch time, ceremony programs and more.
More than 2,200 graduates and their guests visited the Lincoln Park campus, which had been decorated May 19-28 in honor of this year's graduates and included several festive stations.
Over 10 days in May, the Class of 2021 anticipated its upcoming commencement with family and friends during Graduation Celebration on DePaul's campuses.
Becoming the inaugural recipient of the Emmett Till Scholarship deepened Oliver's connection to her family's history, and it revitalized her desire to become a lawyer.
In an email sent to all faculty and staff on Monday, June 7, university leadership provided additional information and context for the return of additional employees to campus as DePaul prepares to offer a full complement of in-person classes and services this fall.
Provost Salma Ghanem announced Alexandra Murphy will serve as the interim dean for the College of Communication. Murphy has been serving as acting dean for the college since 2018. Her interim appointment is effective July 1 and will be for two years.
Faculty and Staff recipients of the 2021-2022 Spirit of DePaul Award exemplify the spirit of personalism and professional service modeled by Saint Vincent de Paul, particularly during the past year of pandemic, social unrest, and demands to adjust our entire educational system.
Effective June 14, all floors of the John T. Richardson Library will be open to current students, faculty and staff for individual study and computer use. Reservations will no longer be required, and overall capacity will be increased.
The Talent Acquisition team in the Office of Human Resources is including a training for all managers within the staff employee hiring process, beginning in June.