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May 19, 2023

VOL. 56 NO. 34

DePaul University earns $4.2 million to prepare school counselors to serve in CPS

Kristin Claes Mathews | May 19,2023

​The U.S. Department of Education has approved psychology professor Antonio Polo's proposal for an interdisciplinary grant to expand the capacity of school counselors in Chicago Public Schools, the fourth largest school district in the country.

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Cybersecurity student team Security Daemons places third in national competition

Kristin Claes Mathews | May 15, 2023

​On the heels of a big win, the Security Daemons prepare to graduate and discuss launching their cybersecurity careers. They're also recruiting the next group of national champions.
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Law grad and Student Bar Association president builds community

Mary Hansen | May 19, 2023

​SaDella Duval d'Adrian will address her fellow graduates at the College of Law's commencement ceremony on Saturday.
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Public relations students work to engage baseball fans as MLB rules change

Shena Ramsay | May 19, 2023

​Teams of students in DePaul's Fox Sports University class are developing pitches to engage and sustain fans of the show "MLB on Fox." Fox Sports executives will fly to Chicago on June 6 to evaluate students' pitches and choose a winning team.
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Stephanie Smith, human resources vice president, to retire

University Communications | May 19, 2023

​Stephanie Smith will retire from DePaul on June 30 after serving as vice president and chief human resources officer for more than a decade.
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Flo Milli headlines this year's FEST celebration

Office of Student Involvement | May 19, 2023

​FEST will feature a day full of music and plenty of fun activities for students to enjoy on Friday, May 26, at the Lincoln Park Quad.
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BETA Hub infuses tech into business education

Robin Florzak | May 19, 2023

​The Driehaus College of Business has a new resource center that is infusing emerging technologies into student classwork and faculty research.
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Writing instructor's novel mines a Chicago postwar mystery

Michael Raleigh | May 19, 2023

​Ray Foley wants to learn what happened to a boyhood friend, a quest that connects him with a slick private detective, a young nurse scarred by her wartime experience, a sardonic old Mafia don and an aging but clever cop.
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Mission: Confronting absurdity — Slavery and racism as historic disruptors of our mission

Fr. Guillermo (Memo) Campuzano, C.M. | May 19, 2023

​The Vincentians’ involvement in enslaving human beings and DePaul University’s history of engaging in institutional racism must be learned from, recognized and confronted.
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Consular Corps Luncheon features international citizen diplomats

May 19, 2023

​The annual Consular Corps Luncheon featured a conversation with international citizen diplomats Mohamed Abubakr, president of the African Middle Eastern Leadership Project, and Ilja Sichrovsky, secretary general of the Muslim-Jewish Conference.
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Scene At DePaul

An evening to remember

​President Rob Manuel snaps a selfie with the honorees at this year's Center for Journalism Integrity and Excellence Awards: Judy Woodruff, left, formerly of "PBS Newshour," and Sally Ramirez, a DePaul alumna who has worked TV news across the country and is returning this month to Chicago TV. Read more about the honorees and their day-long visit to DePaul ahead of the awards ceremony. (Photo by Sandy Rosencrans)

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DePaul In The News

Freakonomics • Patty Gerstenblith

How to return stolen art

May 17, 2023

BBC • Allison McCracken

How modern singing was invented

May 11, 2023

Chicago Inno • Bruce Leech, Yaxi Yang, Coleman Entrepreneurship Center

DePaul University invests in homegrown media startup Visual Feeder through new fund

May 11, 2023