DePaul University Newsline > Issue > June 4, 2021
On June 18, the award-winning artist and educator will take up the subject of "Reinventing Education" through this year's Bert L. Scott and Elizabeth A. Fender Distinguished Lecture. Sponsored by DePaul's School of Continuing and Professional Studies and the Center to Advance Education for Adults, Smith's lecture will take the form of a moderated conversation.
Over the years, Blue Demon Athletics has utilized the talents of students from both CDM and the Art School at DePaul to enhance marketing materials for students and fans. The tradition continues in 2021. The past two quarters, DePaul Athletics has worked with two students from CDM as game design interns.
With more people being vaccinated daily against COVID-19, the world is beginning to open up. This challenges us to shift our behaviors to a hybrid that includes venturing out into the world and engaging in some of our pre-pandemic activities while still being cautious.
Need a place to study? The John T. Richardson Library is extending hours from June 6 to June 11, as well as opening access to the first and second floors for students, faculty and staff.
DePaul professor Barrie Jean Borich describes the genesis behind the project "This Blissful City," which will gather several writers from around the world for online readings Friday.
It has been an academic year like no other. To continue to honor and celebrate the Class of 2021 before they begin the next chapter in their lives, Newsline is inviting faculty and staff to share a short note or selfie holding a congratulatory sign. This is an opportunity for the DePaul community to come together to celebrate the great work from this year's graduating class.
Graduating students are invited to share a short note or a selfie, thanking the faculty, staff or peers who made an impact during their time at DePaul. This is another creative way for students to virtually connect with the DePaul community before celebrating their big milestone.
Email addresses that end with "@mail.depaul.edu" (formerly issued to students prior to BlueM@il) are being retired this summer. Now is the time to backup and migrate any and all data connected to these accounts, including email and Microsoft Office files.
The DePaul Download podcast recently concluded its second season, publishing 15 episodes that highlighted faculty experts and new university initiatives.
Sarah Brown, an assistant director of faculty development and instructional technology, has been named as the 2021 recipient of the Excellence in First-Year Writing Teaching Award.