DePaul University Newsline > Issue > November 5, 2021
This fall, the Ruff Institute of Global Homelessness announced the launch and first issue of the International Journal on Homelessness. It is the first peer-reviewed academic journal focused on homelessness through an international lens. On Nov. 17, IGH will host a webinar featuring authors of the first issue discussing highlights from their papers.
On Nov. 9, DePaul will host its November Lunch with Vincent program, featuring the Rev. Dennis H. Holtschneider, C.M. All faculty and staff are welcome to RSVP for the hybrid event.
Andrea Carlson, whose Grand Portage Ojibwe heritage is central to her creations, will be the featured speaker at a Nov. 5 Native People's Heritage event and luncheon. It will be held in person at the Lincoln Park Student Center and shown online through Zoom.
Nov. 1 marks the annual Christian feast of All Saints Day, commemorating those who preceded us and are recognized as saints for their exemplary lives of faith and service. This day invites us all to consider: Who has modeled a way of living that you aspire to emulate?
To promote greater collaboration among faculty from different colleges and schools, and with external organizations, the university is sponsoring the Convergent Research Grant Competition. Join colleagues on Nov. 5 for "Lunch & Learn: Strategies to Support Convergent Research" to learn more.
Benefits-eligible employees who want to make changes to their 2022 benefits elections must do so through BlueSky by 11:59 p.m. this Friday, Nov. 5.