DePaul University Newsline > Multimedia > Designing DePaul sessions underway across the university
Designing DePaul sessions take a deeper dive into each targeted focus area to define objectives to be integrated into DePaul's future.
On March 3, President Rob hosted a session in Lincoln Park that focused on Digital Presence — enhancing DePaul's brand awareness, invigorating enrollment and retention and showcasing the DePaul story in compelling ways. Many more
Designing DePaul sessions are still to come, and President Rob continues to encourage faculty, staff and students to register for them.
President Rob explains his vision for DePaul's Digital Presence during a Designing DePaul session for staff held in Arts & Letters Hall on the Lincoln Park Campus. (DePaul University/Steve Woltmann)
The session drew staff members from across the university to discuss DePaul's Digital Presence. (DePaul University/Steve Woltmann)
The Designing DePaul sessions are intended to connect the strongest parts of our existing efforts and extend them, creating a new design that is unlike any university in the country. (DePaul University/Steve Woltmann)
Digital Presence is one of five discussion areas that will provide the framework for a university-wide plan. (DePaul University/Steve Woltmann)
Staff members take part in the interactive session at the Lincoln Park Campus. Faculty, staff and students are encouraged to attend an upcoming Designing DePaul session. (DePaul University/Steve Woltmann)
Arbin Smith, chief of staff and vice president for strategic initiatives, joins in the March 3 Designing DePaul session along with fellow staff members. (DePaul University/Steve Woltmann)
President Rob looks for the university community to help design DePaul's future by sharing ideas at the interactive sessions. (DePaul University/Steve Woltmann)