DePaul University Newsline > Issue > October 18, 2019
Last month, the university celebrated the 40th anniversary of the Vincentian Studies Institute. During the commemoration, DePaul welcomed its inaugural Holtschneider Chair in Vincentian Studies, Matthieu Brejon de Lavergnée.
On Friday, Nov. 1, DePaul's Teaching Commons will host its annual Fall Forum on Teaching and Learning. All faculty and staff are welcome to attend.
From wind turbines to natural weed-killers, Facility Operations works hard to keep DePaul green. The university has recently expanded two projects on its long list of sustainability efforts: solar panels and composting.
The Ray Meyer Fitness and Recreation Center, commonly known as “The Ray,” celebrated its 20th birthday in September. Opened in 1999, the Ray was created to be a place not only for students, but also for the surrounding community, faculty, and staff.
Congratulations to the faculty from the Collegeof Computing and Digital Media, and the College of Liberal Arts and SocialSciences who recently achieved tenure or received a promotion.
The university has resumed its recruitment work for the next vice president of Mission and Ministry and appointed a new search committee to represent the campus community.
The 2019 St. Vincent’s Health Fair will take place from Oct. 21 - 24. It's a one-stop shop for many of your health and wellness needs, including flu shots and biometric screenings.
Nezih Altay, a professor of supply chain management in the Driehaus School of Business, received a 2019 Research and Academic Contributions award from the American Logistics Aid Network.
For the third consecutive year, DePaul partnered with Chicago Ideas Week to encourage critical discussions and provide DePaul’s civic-minded faculty, staff and students an opportunity to connect with issues that are important to them.