DePaul University Newsline > Issue > June 25, 2021
The Stress Relief Days Program provides two days of paid time off for full-time, benefits-eligible employees, to be used between June 20 and Sept. 22, 2021. These hours must be used as whole days and must be recorded.
Wendy Netter Epstein, professor and associate dean of the DePaul University College of Law, and two colleagues at other universities have been awarded a grant to study whether "generosity framing" can encourage the purchase of health insurance.
After more than a year of learning, working and socializing from home, DePaul students, faculty and staff may have questions about returning to campus. The five most common questions are answered here.
To honor and reflect on the tenure of The Theatre School's dean, John Culbert, upon his retirement, we are highlighting some of the places and people of the school that are documented in DePaul Special Collections and Archives.
Summer is when we welcome over 4,000 new students to DePaul through new student orientation. Freshmen participate in Premiere DePaul and transfer and adult students in Transition DePaul. Even though orientation programs are again online this summer, we are still welcoming many new Blue Demons into the community, and your help in doing this is more important than ever.
Claudia Mulica, a junior in criminology, and Director of Criminology Xavier Perez received national awards this spring from Alpha Phi Sigma, the Criminal Justice Honor Society, that recognize their efforts in establishing a chapter at DePaul.
DePaul University recognizes the significance of the Juneteenth National Independence Day Act, signed into law by President Biden, June 17, 2021, which makes June 19 a federal holiday.
The deeply inspirational book "Is It Possible to Inspire Anyone?" is readable, compelling and persuasive. It has the potential to transform the ways readers approach, establish and achieve goals in a sustainable way.
Rev. Jeremy Dixon, C.M., will step down as pastor of St. Vincent de Paul Parish at the end of July, he announced. Father Dixon plans to take an extended leave to reflect upon his next steps and discern where he will be called to serve next.
Vincentian priests Rev. Robert Gielow, C.M., Rev. Hugh O'Donnell, C.M., and Rev. Robert Rohrich, C.M., are celebrating their jubilees this spring — 50, 60, and 60 years, respectively.