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March 18, 2022

VOL. 55 NO. 25


Evolution in Chicago's clover: Researchers help chart global human impact on nature

Kristin Claes Mathews | March 18,2022

​Biological sciences faculty Jalene LaMontagne and Windsor Aguirre are among researchers who collected white clover in 160 cities throughout the world. The resulting study examines how urbanization is transforming the genetic properties of plants.

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Meet Rudy Rodriguez: An aspiring teacher with an 'ACE' up his sleeve

Christian Saulog | March 18, 2022

Rudy Rodriguez, a sophomore majoring in elementary education and minoring in special education, is utilizing the resources in DePaul's Academic Continuity and Engagement department to reach his goal of becoming the kind of teacher that inspires students.​
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Teagle Foundation awards LAS faculty $285,000 for multi-section civics course

David Ben-Arie | March 18, 2022

​DePaul University has received a $285,000, three-year grant from the Teagle Foundation in support of a multi-section civics course, Lived Civics, the Social Contract & Public Life. Faculty interested in taking part in the associated Civics Initiative Summer Institute funded by the grant may submit applications by April 18.

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With a generous gift from two alumni, DePaul Law launches comprehensive First Generation in Law Scholars Program

College of Law | March 18, 2022

​​DePaul Law continues its long-standing commitment to increase access to legal education through its newly launched First Generation in Law Scholars Program.
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Apply to perform at TEDxDePaulUniversity

University Marketing and Communications | March 18, 2022

​Do you play a musical instrument? Move audiences with your voice? Express yourself through dance or movement? If so, apply to be a guest performer at TEDxDePaulUniversity. Applications are due March 31.
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Presidential search update

Judy Greffin | March 18, 2022

I am pleased to share that t​he Search Advisory Committee has selected three finalists for consideration to be the next president of DePaul University.
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DePaul Art Museum explores themes of torture, reparations in latest exhibition

Laura-Caroline de Lara and Russell Dorn | March 18, 2022

DePaul Art Museum's latest exhibition "Remaking the Exceptional: Tea, Torture, and Reparations | Chicago to Guantánamo" marks 20 years since the opening of the United States' extralegal prison in Guantánamo Bay, Cuba, by examining the local and international ramifications of state violence.​
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Faculty's art exhibition opens at Chicago gallery

Scott Butterworth | March 18, 2022

​A new exhibition by Bibiana Suárez, a Vincent de Paul Professor of Art, examines the marketing of Latino food products and how their labeling represents Latina female identity. The collection, "De:Lata," is on display at the National Museum of Puerto Rican Arts and Culture in the Humboldt Park neighborhood.
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Communion, participation and mission: DePaul hosts Synodal gatherings

Fr. Guillermo Campuzano, C.M. | March 18, 2022

​Following the direction and encouragement of Pope Francis, the DePaul University community is participating in the current worldwide Synod on Synodality in the Catholic Church, entitled "For a Synodal Church: Communion, Participation, and Mission."
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Mission: Moving from revelation to action

Alex Perry | March 18, 2022

​How do we stay inspired after experiencing a transformative event and turn that energy into sustainable, deliberate action for the good of others?
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Scene At DePaul

DePaul takes part in inaugural Big East Student Research Poster Symposium

​Five Blue Demons participated in the inaugural Big East Student Research Poster Symposium on March 12. Held in New York City, the event highlighted the outstanding work of undergraduate students in faculty-mentored research projects from each of the 11 universities in the Big East conference. (Image courtesy of Lauren Miller)

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