DePaul University Newsline > Issue > November 29, 2018
Are you a faculty member who wants to get more involved in global engagement at DePaul? Did you know the English Language Academy now offers a Pronunciation Training for Success program? Curious about the latest international student recruitment numbers? Get the latest from the Office of Global Engagement, including updates from various divisions around DePaul about their internationalization efforts, in its fall 2018 newsletter.
What do an urban garden in Lincoln Park and a historical research project about Vincentian missionaries in the early modern era in Europe have in common? Each was a project selected to receive a Vincentian Endowment Fund grant because it serves in some capacity as a concrete manifestation of DePaul's mission in action. Read on to learn more about this year's 19 award winners.
On Friday, Dec. 14, the Immigration Ministry's 13th annual Posada will stop at the DePaul Center on the Loop Campus. All member of the university community are welcome to view the Posada, or walk and pray in solidarity with immigrants during the event.
The Steans Center’s 2018-19 Community-based Service Learning Series will wrap up the fall quarter with workshop number five, "Best Practices in Assessment for Community-based Service Learning," on Dec. 6 and 7. The center also will hold an intensive two-day series of the fall 2018 workshops on Dec. 10 and 11.
An edited collections of essays, "Brill's Companion to German Romantic Philosophy" examines aspects of the philosophical contributions of the early German Romantics and showcases the philosophical achievements of figures such as Schlegel, Novalis, Holderlin and Wackenroder.
The 100 Club of Chicago provides assistance, including scholarship aid, to families of fallen first responders in the Chicago area. This fall, the organization presented DePaul University with a "Community Partner Award" for matching, and in some cases exceeding, scholarship aid for many students through this partnership.
On Nov. 13, more than 1,200 students pushed their books aside for a few hours Tuesday evening to participate in the second annual Midnight Breakfast. Students gathered in the Student Center dining hall for the Student Affairs' sponsored meal which featured eggs, sausage, tater tots, ham and pancakes.
This fall, homelessness advocates gathered at DePaul for the Institute of Global Homelessness' Leadership Symposium. The gathering supports leaders in the field of homelessness by strengthening their skills in individual and team leadership, building local networks of stakeholders, and analyzing local data to become more effective at reducing homelessness.
Apple's newest upgrade to the operating system for Mac computers, macOS Mojave, has been certified by DePaul as a supported version. Orders for new Mac computers may now resume, and users may begin upgrades to their computers at their convenience.