DePaul University Newsline > Issue > June 18, 2021
The Federal Communications Commission has created an Emergency Broadband Benefit program that provides eligible households with discounts of up to $50 a month on home internet service and $100 toward the purchase of a laptop, computer or tablet from a participating provider.
Five DePaul students and alumni have been named to the inaugural Junior Board of the Chicago-Midwest chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. This organization, known as NATAS, is most known for its annual Emmy Awards.
Four graduate students in the Department of Environmental Science and Studies are addressing the challenge of the "hidden syllabus" through new programs this fall to assist incoming undergraduates and graduates.
In recent years, DePaul has emerged as a leader in virtual global engagement, using technology to connect its faculty and students in Chicago with peers around the world. The pandemic has supercharged those efforts, as DePaul added virtual study abroad and Global Conversations to its internationally recognized Global Learning Experience project.
Collaborative drawings made by Steven Carrelli, a faculty member in The Art School, long-distance with a colleague in Texas are the featured exhibition this month at Chicago's Hofheimer Gallery.
Four faculty and staff members have been chosen to receive DePaul's Gerald Paetsch Advising Award, recognizing their excellence in mentoring undergraduate and graduate students.
The Student Food Pantry/Career Closet will soon have a new home in the Lincoln Park Student Center, one with more room than its previous site. As it relocates, the pantry will be closed this week.
There is still time to reserve your virtual seat at this year's Bert L. Scott and Elizabeth A. Fender Distinguished Lecture on Friday, June 18, featuring Anna Deavere Smith.