DePaul University Newsline > Issue > November 12, 2021
In this Q&A, Coya Paz, interim dean of The Theatre School and 2021 TEDxDePaulUniversity speaker, reflects on her time on the signature red carpet and gives her advice to those interested in applying for the 2022 event.
This year, DePaul welcomed more than 30 new faculty members to the campus community.
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As a country, we commemorate Veterans Day every Nov. 11. Throughout the week, the Division of Student Affairs will host a number of events in recognition of DePaul student veterans and family members of veterans.
This year, the Open Learning Project in the College of Communication’s Center for Communication Engagement is exploring the theme of "Communication Beyond Polarization" through classes, educational resources, research and events. The first such event, on Nov. 16, will bring political analyst David Axelrod to the Daley Building to discuss "Media, Disinformation and Polarization."
In 2017, the Council for Opportunity in Education declared Nov. 8 as National First-Generation College Celebration Day. Approximately one-third of DePaul students identify as the first person in their family to attend college. To commemorate the designation, DePaul will host a number of events throughout the week to honor first-gen Blue Demons.
The great genius and challenge of the Vincentian way lies in simultaneously bringing together a keen attention to and care for the dignity each person, particularly those who are marginalized, with a zeal to do good well. That is, to improve ineffective systems and to innovate thoughtfully and creatively.
Through the end of 2021, benefits-eligible faculty and staff have access to enhanced benefits for caregiving services offered through Bright Horizons.