DePaul University Newsline > Issue > May 28, 2021
This Monday, May 31, is our country's 50th annual day of remembrance, during which we honor all who have died while serving in the U.S. military. This occasion has a long history and carries profound meaning for our nation.
While many have jumped at the chance to be vaccinated against COVID-19, some may still be concerned about the vaccines' efficacy and safety. Here are five of the most common myths about the vaccines and the latest, science-based information debunking them.
Micaela Cayton Garrido, an instructor in the Peace, Justice, and Conflict Studies Program, will study COVID-19 and the migrant worker experience in the Philippines and Singapore through the Fulbright ASEAN Research Program.
Brenda Chavez, an assistant director of admission and Texas regional representative for DePaul, earned a Fulbright Scholars Award to be an English teaching assistant in Mexico. A Double Demon, Chavez will leave for her program this August.
Business acumen has emerged as a critical competency for communicators and young professionals. This book contains everything readers need to know about today's business world.
On Friday, May 28, the Steans Center will host its annual Service Speaks conference, celebrating the work of DePaul students who practiced social justice this year through challenges like none before.
Special Collections and Archives' new digital exhibit celebrates the presentation of the inaugural Berrigan-McAlister Award this May. Spearheaded by faculty in Catholic Studies, DePaul gives the award to a person or organization that exemplifies active Christian nonviolence.
The spring program is helping DePaul student groups, programs, and others raise money for their important initiatives.