DePaul University Newsline > Issue > November 22, 2019
Hundreds of DePaul students gathered in the Lincoln Park Student Center for the second-annual Ugly Sweater Party holiday celebration, followed by the tree lighting ceremony in St. Vincent's Circle on Nov. 13.
A 91-million-year-old fossil shark, newly named 'Cretodus houghtonorum,' was discovered and excavated at a ranch near Tipton, Kansas, by DePaul faculty member Kenshu Shimada and his team of researchers.
After the conclusion of elections in October, the new and re-elected members of the Workplace Environment Committee for adjunct faculty have joined continuing members in meeting for the 2019-20 academic year.
Did you know DePaul has a new Global Fluency Certificate? Interested in the 2020 International Virtual Exchange Conference? Get the latest from Global Engagement in its fall 2019 newsletter.
In December 1983, Blue Demons filled the Japanese cities of Osaka and Tokyo for a special pair of basketball games. The trip not only brought American athletics to Japanese fans, but also provided DePaul students with a cross-cultural experience.
"Inquiry-Based Enumerative Combinatorics: One, Two, Skip a Few... Ninety-Nine, One Hundred" offers the opportunity to create a uniquely engaging combinatorics classroom by embracing inquiry-based learning techniques.
Off to its best start in more than a decade, the undefeated DePaul men's basketball team joins the nationally ranked women's team for a Blue Demon basketball doubleheader on Tuesday, Nov. 26, at Wintrust Arena.
Earlier this fall, the Council for Adult and Experiential Learning named Caprice Morales as its 2019 Adult Learner of the Year. Morales is a student in DePaul’s School of Continuing and Professional Studies.
On Dec. 7, DePaul is hosting the World's Big Sleep Out to fight global homelessness. Want to support the event, but can’t sleep outside that night? Free tickets are now available for the indoor program portion of the event.
Assessment is an integral part of improving and strengthening student learning and experience in higher education. But where do you begin? How do you choose what to assess, and how do you collect, manage and analyze the associated data? Participation in the Assessment Certificate Program at DePaul can help.
Get a jump start on your holiday shopping this week at DePaul's Barnes & Noble bookstores during faculty and staff appreciation days, Nov. 18 - 23. Faculty and staff will receive a 30 percent discount on books, gifts and emblematic wear.
Newsline will break for the week of Thanksgiving, but will return with fresh content the first week of December. Happy holidays!
On Nov. 7, the DePaul Women's Network and the Office of Institutional Diversity and Equity held the 15th Annual St. Louise de Marillac Women of Spirit and Action Awards ceremony.
This holiday season, DePaul is created its own Christmas window tradition for the Loop Campus near the bustling corner of State and Jackson. On Nov. 7, faculty and students debuted a stop-motion animated film and 3-D window display that captures the spirit of the season and DePaul's Vincentian mission.