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October 8, 2021

VOL. 55 NO. 6

CAMPUS AND COMMUNITY

$8 million bequest supports student scholarships

Mary Hansen | October 8,2021

​The new bequest honors the legacy of DePaul alumna and former Board of Trustees Chair Lorraine "Lori" Holland, a first-generation college graduate who rose to become managing director of investment management firm Neuberger Berman. The contribution will be divided between the John and Regina Letsos Endowed Scholarship and the Lorraine L. Holland Memorial Endowed Scholarship.

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Articles

CAMPUS AND COMMUNITY

DePaul Download podcast: How speech language pathology supports care for preemies, kids, the elderly

University Marketing and Communications | October 8, 2021

​Speech language pathologists treat patients with a range of health issues, but finding treatment can be difficult. DePaul is meeting that need with a new graduate program and community clinic for children and adults in Chicago. Jayne Jaskolski joins the podcast to discuss the clinic and the new graduate program she directs.
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CAMPUS AND COMMUNITY

Courageous Dialogue series explores intersectionality, anti-racism and mentorship

Lynn Safranek | October 8, 2021

A new video ​series from 2020-21 Presidential Fellow Chi-Jang Yin spotlights personal stories of 27 DePaul faculty, staff, students and alumni.
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FACULTY AND STAFF: HR NEWS

Enter 2021-22 performance goals into BlueSky

Office of Human Resources | October 8, 2021

​With the 2020-21 performance appraisal process completed, staff can now enter their 2021-22 performance goals into BlueSky.
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MULTIMEDIA

Students return to campus for fall quarter

Visual Services | October 8, 2021

​From classrooms to community events, DePaul welcomed students back to campus in style this fall quarter. New and returning Blue Demons filled campus on the first day of classes, discovered extracurriculars at the Involvement Fair and celebrated St. Vincent at Vinny Fest.
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CAMPUS AND COMMUNITY

Grace School to host inaugural environmental diplomacy conference

Scott Butterworth | October 8, 2021

​To connect scholars and practitioners who are working to address and resolve the global ecological crisis, the Grace School of Applied Diplomacy will host an online conference next week focused on environmental diplomacy.
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DEBUZZ

Close out Hispanic Heritage Month with DePaul

Rachel Wojnicki | October 8, 2021

​National Hispanic Heritage Month, Sept. 15 to Oct. 15, honors the culture and contributions of Latina/o/x individuals who make important contributions to our nation. To celebrate, DePaul has planned various educational and cultural programming in the coming days and weeks.
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CAMPUS AND COMMUNITY

DePaul gears up for 125th anniversary with call for nominations

University Marketing and Communications | October 8, 2021

​To kick off the milestone, the university is launching the 125 Faces of DePaul campaign. Community members are welcome to nominate themselves, faculty, staff, students, alumni or others in the Blue Demon community who have made a lasting impact on the university.
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CAMPUS AND COMMUNITY

Mission: DePaul… let's be courageous!

Tom Judge | October 8, 2021

​Understanding decisions involve risks and rewards, what are opportunities in your life right now that excite you?

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Life Events

LIFE EVENTS

Remembering Sandra Shelton, accountancy professor and role model for PhD candidates of color

October 8, 2021

​It is with sadness we have learned of the death of Sandra Shelton, a faculty member in the Driehaus College of Business for 27 years and founding member of the PhD Project. Shelton died at Evanston Hospital on Oct. 4 following a stroke.

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