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March 10, 2023

VOL. 56 NO. 25

DePaul names Alexandra Murphy dean of the College of Communication

Jessica Peterson | March 10,2023

​Murphy has served as the acting and interim dean of the College of Communication since 2018. She is also a St. Vincent de Paul professor and a higher education leader who is dedicated to interdisciplinary collaboration, community service and diversity, equity and inclusion.

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DePaul men win a thriller in Big East tournament opener

DePaul Athletics | March 10, 2023

Umoja Gibson made three free throws with 3.9 seconds left and Nick Ongenda made a game-saving block at the buzzer as DePaul advanced in the Big East tournament with a 66-65 win over Seton Hall on Wednesday night.​
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Match made at DePaul: Student donates lifesaving stem cells

Kristin Claes Mathews | March 10, 2023

After Andrew Richardson added his name and contributed a cheek swab to the Be the Match Registry, he discovered his blood stem cells were a match for a patient in need of a transplant.​
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CSH faculty, alumni introduce science through children's literature

Kurtis Todd | March 10, 2023

As authors and co-authors of children's books, College of Science and Health faculty and alumni are sharing their knowledge and love of science with young readers.​
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Meet John Zeigler: Community organizer and activist

Jessica Peterson | March 10, 2023

After over 30 years as a social worker, community organizer and activist, John Zeigler has worked in enough poor, global and local urban communities to see what the arc of justice looks like in these neighborhoods. As director of the Egan Office of Urban Education and Community Partnerships he has also experienced the ways large institutions like DePaul can successfully engage with communities and bring their resources to bear.​
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College of Education's counseling master's program receives CACREP accreditation

Russell Dorn | March 10, 2023

After a comprehensive, multi-year evaluation, the Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs announced in late February that it would renew accreditation for the counseling master's program, housed in DePaul's College of Education, through 2027.​
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Get tickets for a DePaul night with the Chicago Bulls

University Marketing and Communications | March 10, 2023

All Blue Demon alumni, faculty, staff, students and friends are invited to a DePaul Outing at the Chicago Bulls on Tuesday, April 4, when the NBA team will host the Atlanta Hawks at 7 p.m.​
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How would Vincent 'Design DePaul'?

Tom Judge | March 10, 2023

​What key Vincentian principles might help us light the way forward as we consider how best to design DePaul?
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Announcement of University Policy Updates

Office of the General Counsel | March 10, 2023

Throughout the academic year, DePaul University updates its policies, and this lists all such updates adopted from Jan. 1, 2023, to the present.​
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Applications open for tenured faculty for 2023-24 Presidential Fellows programs

University Marketing and Communications | March 10, 2023

The president's office is now accepting applications from tenured DePaul faculty for two Presidential Fellows programs for the 2023-24 academic year. Presidential Fellows have the opportunity to contribute directly to shaping university initiatives that address pressing questions at DePaul.​
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Scene At DePaul

Welcome to the neighborhood

​President Rob Manuel, Provost Salma Ghanem and College of Science and Health Dean Stephanie Dance-Barnes help hold the ribbon Monday as Neuroscience Program Director Dorothy Kozlowski and Associate Director Sandra Virtue cut it during the opening ceremony for the program's dedicated space in McGowan North. (DePaul University/Elizabeth Clements)

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DePaul In The News

New Thinking • Lien Tran

Leveraging tech to address women-based violence impactfully

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Chicago Tribune • Michael Grynberg

Jack Daniel’s trademark court case poses a danger to free expression

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WGN Radio • Michael Miller

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