DePaul University Newsline > Issue > June 26, 2020
What will it be like to study at DePaul University this academic year? Driehaus College of Business faculty discuss how they engage students in learning, including in online courses.
In recent days, we have been asked to sever ties with the Chicago Police Department and the Fraternal Order of Police. Our ties to these organizations are limited to programs that involve teaching. Student petitions have requested DePaul stop offering courses to CPD officers. We understand this request is rooted in pain, outrage, and the desire to take a stand against police brutality.
The National Institute of Mental Health highlighted DePaul psychology Professor W. LaVome Robinson’s work in its spring newsletter. Along with colleague Professor Leonard Jason, Robinson was awarded a $6.6 million grant from the NIMH, part of the National Institutes of Health. It is the largest research grant in DePaul’s history.
Earlier this month via Zoom, Academic Affairs and the Office of Research Services launched the second phase of its grant proposal writing workshop. Five faculty from CSH and six faculty from CDM, are members in the phase two cohort, which runs through September.
The Office of Research Services Research Protections section announces the release of the online eProtocol portal for the submission of new human subject research protocols to the Institutional Review Board.
As the DePaul community actively considers what is fundamental to how we understand and live our shared Vincentian mission, what initiatives, stories and people serve as authentic and striking examples of our mission to you?
"Justice prevailed this week" was the statement made at a modest staff meeting. Justice prevailed? Considering everything going on, it's hard to see justice prevailing.
In this podcast interview, Rev. Craig Mousin, founder of the Midwest Immigrant Rights Center and an adjunct faculty member in the College of Law, talks about the June 2020 DACA ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court. He also discusses what DACA means for the Vincentian community and DePaul students.
The COVID-19 pandemic and resulting shelter in place orders can be an exceptionally scary time for those who are suffering from family violence, sexual abuse, harassment and abusive relationships.
After 45 years of service at DePaul University, director of athletics Jean Lenti Ponsetto announced on June 5 her plans to retire in the coming months. A search committee has been carefully selected to represent the campus community in the national search for our next director of athletics.
Kathryn Stieber was appointed June 10 by DePaul’s Board of Trustees as secretary of the university, effective July 1. Stieber also assumes the role of vice president and general counsel on that date.