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Newsline Daily - November 19, 2019

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DePaul paleobiologist aids in discovery, naming of dinosaur-era shark fossil

Russell Dorn

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.​
Workshops

Last day to register for development workshop

Rachel Marciano

On Nov. 21, the Division of Mission and Ministry will host "Explore Your Purpose," a development workshop for staff members at DePaul. Today, Nov. 19, is the last day to register.

Take Note

Faculty and staff

Assessment Certificate Program: Assessment is an integral part of improving and strengthening student learning and experience in higher education. But where do you begin? Participation in the Assessment Certificate Program at DePaul can help.​

Today's Featured Events

2 p.m.

BUILD Session: Cracking the Codes of Racial Inequity

Lincoln Park Student Center, room 312


5 p.m.

Recovery Meeting: End of the Year Celebration

Lincoln Park Student Center, room 313


8 p.m.

DePaul Symphony Orchestra

Holtschneider Performance Center, Gannon Concert Hall


9 p.m.

Midnight Breakfast 2019

Lincoln Park Student Center


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Save The Date

Wednesday, Nov. 20

Lecture by Irish Ambassador to the U.S. Daniel Mulhall

DePaul in the News

Prehistoric 91-million-year-old shark discovered in Kansas was size of a Great White and had cannibal babies | Kenshu Shimada

Newsweek • Nov. 18

Amazon, Total Quality Logistics Among 2019 Humanitarian Logistics Award Honorees | Nezih Altay

Global Trade • Nov. 15

MORE DEPAUL IN THE NEWS

Scene at DePaul

Loop Campus Christmas window unveiling

This holiday season, DePaul created its own Christmas window tradition for the Loop Campus near the bustling corner of State St. and Jackson Blvd. 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. View a gallery now (DePaul University/Randall Spriggs)​

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