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Leadership update

Dean for the College of Education to step down

University Marketing and Communications

Paul Zionts, dean for the College of Education, announced Friday, Sept. 23, that he would step down from his role effective Dec. 31, 2022. Zionts has led the college since 2009.
Mission Monday

Vincent de Paul: An essential memory

Fr. Memo Campuzano, C.M.

​In this celebration of the feast of St. Vincent my Vincentian heart feels a yearning for God, a yearning for compassion and solidarity, for equity and inclusion, and for respect, recognition and care.

Take Note

Faculty, staff and students

Dolores Huerta celebration: Scheduled for Oct. 11, this annual program highlights contemporary issues that have an impact on the Latinx community. The 2022 event will feature a panel of individuals who will speak to "Living Justice: Stories of Action from the Latinx Community." Register now and read about other Latinx Heritage Month events in Newsline.

Global Conversations are coming: Want to connect with peers and colleagues from around the world for meaningful discussion? Don't miss the next set of Global Conversations, set to kick off Oct. 3. Topics range from information wars to popular religious traditions to education and care for older adults. View the lineup and register now.

Today's Featured Events

10 a.m.

Rosh HaShanah services

Lincoln Park Student Center, room 120

11 a.m. - 2 p.m.

12 p.m.

Monday mass

Lincoln Park Student Center, St. Louise de Marillac Chapel

12 - 4 p.m.

Register to vote

Lincoln Park Student Center


Save The Date

Thursday, Sept. 29

Free webinar: Personal branding

Friday, Sept. 30

DePaul partner night with Art Institute of Chicago

Sunday, Oct. 23

DePaul Art Museum: Curator’s tour of 'A Natural Turn'

DePaul in the News

As interest rates rise, what’s in store for Chicago’s real estate market?

Geoff Smith • WTTW


Scene at DePaul

DePaul: Then and now

​A lot can happen in 125 years. As we look back, we remember where we started and watch how we’ve evolved to become the great community we are today. Check out various snapshots of DePaul's campuses over the years compared to how they look today in this interactive multimedia gallery.