DePaul welcomed the Class of 2021 to Graduation Celebration, an on-campus experience to mark the end of their academic journey with a number of decorative sets, the chance to walk across the commencement stage and to enjoy some final moments on campus with their family and friends.
To increase access to the COVID-19 vaccine, DePaul held a clinic for students, faculty and staff on the Lincoln Park Campus in late April. About 450 community members received their first doses of the vaccine, some proudly taking selfies to share the news on social media. Vaccines are an important part of DePaul’s plan to welcome students home to campus this fall.
Students in the Class of 2021 share thank you notes with DePaul faculty and staff.
As the academic year comes to a close and we prepare for this year's commencement ceremonies, DePaul faculty and staff share their congratulations and advice with the Class of 2021.
Throughout the year, University Marketing and Communications captured moments on campus as DePaul transitioned to and continued to learn, teach and work remotely.
Blue Demons are finding creative, productive and fun ways to hang out at home to help stop the spread of COVID-19. Because DePaul is asking everyone to stay home and not travel for spring break, we want to see what you've been up to!
College of Communication journalism students met with Illinois Governor JB Pritzker on Thursday, Feb. 4, in the press room of the Thompson Center in downtown Chicago.
Formerly the Department of Art, Media and Design, The Art School at DePaul emphasizes research and conceptual thinking, creative problem solving, the development of specific skills, and the historical functions of art. Get to know the school's faculty and staff, and view a sample of their artwork in this interactive multimedia gallery.
Face coverings don’t just stop the spread of COVID-19. They're also an opportunity to showcase one’s individual style and personality, and we want to see them. Submit your best face covering selfie for a chance to win a free DePaul face covering.
This year, DePaul welcomed more than 40 new faculty members to the campus community.
Every Wednesday, Newsline Daily and RDPC social pages will post a kindness quote and an invitation to participate in a simple act of kindness. In addition, we invite you to share examples of kindness you've personally witnessed, whether it be through our Acts of Loving Kindness prompts or more generally in your communities.
Many DePaul faculty are entering the new academic year with a promotion in rank, newly granted tenure or both.
As the university prepares for the fall quarter, the health and safety of the DePaul community remains a top priority in all planning efforts. The university has taken various measures to protect the limited population returning to campus this fall.
Students in the Class of 2020 share thank you notes with DePaul faculty and staff.
As the academic year comes to a close and we prepare for tomorrow's commencement ceremonies, DePaul faculty and staff share their congratulations and advice with the Class of 2020.
The global COVID-19 pandemic transformed what would have been just another spring quarter to the historic Quarantine Quarter of 2020.
From Feb. 28 – March 1, 19 students from the College of Science and Health participated in the 2020 Midwest Ecology and Evolution Conference hosted at Western Illinois University.
From Feb. 28 - March 1, the 2020 Chicago Comic & Entertainment Expo — or C2E2 — featured a pair of DePaul panels that focused on gaming and esports in college. For the second year in a row, the university also co-sponsored and helped run the Game Zone during the three-day expo that took place at McCormick Place.
On Jan. 24, the Office of the Provost and the Office of Research Services hosted DePaul's inaugural Innovation Day. The event showcased faculty initiatives funded by the Academic Growth and Innovation Fund.
On Jan. 28, Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot was on the DePaul's Loop Campus to talk with students about journalism and the media.
On Jan. 21, DePaul faculty, staff, students and alumni celebrated the life and legacy of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., during the university's annual prayer breakfast held in his honor.
On Jan. 24, faculty, staff, students and alumni rang in the Year of the Golden Rat during DePaul’s 12th annual Chinese Lunar New Year Gala.
In December, DePaul hosted the Illinois Board of Higher Education board meeting in the Student Center on the Lincoln Park Campus. Members of the IBHE are appointed by the Governor and confirmed by the Senate. During the meeting they took time to plan and coordinate the many issues facing the Illinois’ system of higher education.
Earlier this month, community members, along with alumni and student musicians from the School of Music, filled St. Vincent de Paul Parish Church with songs of the season during the Christmas at DePaul performances.
On a cold December night in Chicago, some 150 people gathered at DePaul University for the World’s Big Sleep Out. Participants raised funds for local and international charities working to address homelessness, including DePaul's Institute of Global Homelessness, UNICEF USA, All Chicago: Making Homelessness History, and Depaul USA.
DePaul’s first new student convocation, the Blue Demon Welcome, took place on Sept. 10 at Wintrust Arena. The event was the first formal gathering for the new academic class and marked the beginning of their college journey.
On May 23, DePaul faculty and staff gathered for the 21st annual Distinguished Service Awards luncheon in the Lincoln Park Student Center. The event recognizes DePaul employees who have reached work anniversary milestones in increments of five years.
More than 600 entrepreneurship conference leaders from across the world attended the 2018 Global Consortium of Entrepreneurship Center Conference co-hosted by DePaul University’s Coleman Entrepreneurship Center and the Illinois Institute of Technology. The three-day conference explored a variety of entrepreneurship education topics through a packed schedule of workshops, panels and facilitated round-table discussion.
Imagine coming to class four days a week and using knives, swords, quarterstaffs and a variety of other weapons. For Nick Sandys Pullin, an adjunct at DePaul's Theatre School who teaches stage combat, this is a reality.