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Sinai Health System and DePaul University come together to address health inequities

Sinai Health System and DePaul University come together to address health inequities

​​​​​CHICAGO — Sinai Health System and DePaul University announce today they will join forces to address critical health inequities in Chicago through... read more

Conrad N. Hilton Foundation gives $1.5 Million grant to support DePaul University partnership with Kenya’s Tangaza University College

Conrad N. Hilton Foundation gives $1.5 Million grant to support DePaul University partnership with Kenya’s Tangaza University College

​​​​​CHICAGO — DePaul University received a $1.5 million gift from the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation to support its ongoing partnership with Tangaza... read more

DePaul University researchers address COVID-19 challenges

DePaul University researchers address COVID-19 challenges

​​​​​​CHICAGO — In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, DePaul University has called on its scientific community to address challenges in the areas of... read more

100 poets write about Chicago gun violence in new book

100 poets write about Chicago gun violence in new book

​​CHICAGO — One of poetry’s most important powers is its ability to personalize the impersonal, according to Chris Green, a senior professional... read more

Women’s suffrage: DePaul University experts available to discuss 100th anniversary

Women’s suffrage: DePaul University experts available to discuss 100th anniversary

​CHICAGO — The 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution guaranteeing women the right to vote was ratified by the states Aug. 18, 1920. During the 100th... read more

DePaul University experts available to discuss recovery, life after the COVID-19 pandemic

DePaul University experts available to discuss recovery, life after the COVID-19 pandemic

​CHICAGO — Recovery. Reentry. Reopen. Return. A new normal. Faculty experts at DePaul University are available for news media interviews about what... read more

Chicago public health expert on disparities of coronavirus and African Americans

Chicago public health expert on disparities of coronavirus and African Americans

​​CHICAGO—More African Americans are dying of COVID-19 in Chicago than any other racial group, according to data released this week by the Chicago... read more

DePaul University’s Laila Farah part of group tasked with designing National Pulse Memorial & Museum

DePaul University’s Laila Farah part of group tasked with designing National Pulse Memorial & Museum

​CHICAGO — Laila Farah, an associate professor in DePaul University’s Women’s and Gender Studies department, is part of a group selected to design a... read more

DePaul University professor Margaret Storey named Illinois Mother of the Year

DePaul University professor Margaret Storey named Illinois Mother of the Year

​​CHICAGO — For Margaret Storey, epilepsy awareness advocacy isn’t just a passing interest, it’s a life mission to honor her daughter Josie’s daily... read more

Tell your story: DePaul University offers MFA in Creative Writing and Publishing

Tell your story: DePaul University offers MFA in Creative Writing and Publishing

​​CHICAGO — Writers are rarely just working on one thing. They are copy writers on deadline, teachers penning poems and office workers starting a... read more

Poet and novelist Erika Sánchez teaches writing, Latinx literature at DePaul University

Poet and novelist Erika Sánchez teaches writing, Latinx literature at DePaul University

​​​​​CHICAGO — When award-winning writer and poet Erika Sánchez was growing up in the Chicago suburb of Cicero, she felt a deep connection to TV... read more

Expert: Citizen diplomats necessary to address rise of nationalism in Europe

Expert: Citizen diplomats necessary to address rise of nationalism in Europe

CHICAGO — DePaul University associate professor David Wellman, an expert in the relationship between diplomacy, interreligious engagement and... read more

Irish ambassador to US to speak at DePaul University Nov. 20

Irish ambassador to US to speak at DePaul University Nov. 20

CHICAGO — Daniel Mulhall, the Irish ambassador to the U.S., visits DePaul University Nov. 20 to participate in a lecture and Q&A session titled... read more

‘Woodstock at 50’ headlines DePaul Humanities Center’s fall season

‘Woodstock at 50’ headlines DePaul Humanities Center’s fall season

​CHICAGO — Two hours of peace and music, and the arts and humanities, to commemorate the golden anniversary of the Woodstock music festival,... read more

4 new murals under Fullerton ‘L’ station explore DePaul University milestones

4 new murals under Fullerton ‘L’ station explore DePaul University milestones

​​CHICAGO — The newest murals in a multi-year public art project to memorialize key figures and moments in DePaul... read more

$20M gift establishes The Grace School of Applied Diplomacy at DePaul University

$20M gift establishes The Grace School of Applied Diplomacy at DePaul University

CHICAGO — DePaul University has received a $20 million gift from anonymous benefactors to establish The Grace School of Applied Diplomacy, which is... read more

Championing the humanities: DePaul University receives $750K from Mellon Foundation to launch experiential collaborative

Championing the humanities: DePaul University receives $750K from Mellon Foundation to launch experiential collaborative

CHICAGO — DePaul University has been awarded a four-year, $750,000 grant from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation in support of a humanities initiative... read more

DePaul University announces 2019 commencement speakers

DePaul University announces 2019 commencement speakers

CHICAGO — DePaul University’s 120th commencement will celebrate an estimated 6,600 graduates during seven separate ceremonies May 18 and June... read more

Michiko Itatani’s cosmic paintings focus of online exhibition

Michiko Itatani’s cosmic paintings focus of online exhibition

CHICAGO — Painter and Japanese immigrant Michiko Itatani says she chose to move to Chicago by pointing arbitrarily to the middle of a map of the... read more

Chief of staff must be willing to ‘speak truth to power,’ says researcher

Chief of staff must be willing to ‘speak truth to power,’ says researcher

CHICAGO — “With less than two years in office, President Donald Trump will have burned through two chiefs of staff, which is quicker than any... read more

More than half a century after Civil Rights Act, work still to be done in quest for equal rights, says political scientist

More than half a century after Civil Rights Act, work still to be done in quest for equal rights, says political scientist

CHICAGO — While the U.S. civil rights movement is often said to have ended in 1968, the continued fight for equal rights for all Americans can be... read more

Four new murals under Fullerton ‘L’ station explore key moments in DePaul University history

Four new murals under Fullerton ‘L’ station explore key moments in DePaul University history

​​CHICAGO — Murals honoring a DePaul University basketball legend, the former Blue Demon football program, the... read more

‘The Color of Law’ author Richard Rothstein to speak at DePaul University

‘The Color of Law’ author Richard Rothstein to speak at DePaul University

​CHICAGO — Government policy at the local, state and federal levels has played — and continues to play — a critical role in the segregation that’s... read more

Political scientist: US Supreme Court not intended to be democratic institution

Political scientist: US Supreme Court not intended to be democratic institution

CHICAGO — The Supreme Court appears poised to shift to the right if Congress confirms U.S. Circuit Judge Brett Kavanaugh for a position on the... read more

Study links segregation, low birth weight in US cities

Study links segregation, low birth weight in US cities

CHICAGO – A recent study finds a strong association between low birth weight and racial and ethnic segregation in four U.S. cities — Chicago,... read more

Immigration expert Kathleen Arnold discusses asylum for victims of domestic violence

Immigration expert Kathleen Arnold discusses asylum for victims of domestic violence

CHICAGO — An expert on domestic violence, the U.S. asylum system and detention policies, political scientist Kathleen Arnold is available to discuss... read more

Mental health advocacy, game design drive DePaul University grads

Mental health advocacy, game design drive DePaul University grads

CHICAGO —More than 6,700 DePaul University students are graduating this year and many will gather this weekend at five commencement ceremonies to... read more

Marine with a heart for mental health studies the brain

Marine with a heart for mental health studies the brain

CHICAGO — The brain’s primary function is to send messages and make connections between different parts of the body. For Alysa Bloodsworth,... read more

From Englewood to Lincoln Park, DePaul grad overcomes homelessness

From Englewood to Lincoln Park, DePaul grad overcomes homelessness

CHICAGO — Cassandra Murff loves the work of writers Toni Morrison and Gwendolyn Brooks, but she didn’t have many books of her own while she was in... read more

Study: In an ‘Uber economy’ Chicago public transit should integrate ride-sharing

Study: In an ‘Uber economy’ Chicago public transit should integrate ride-sharing

CHICAGO — Public transit agencies should find ways to integrate with ride-sharing services for trips within Chicago, recommend researchers at DePaul... read more

Researchers examine link between traumatic brain injury and domestic violence

Researchers examine link between traumatic brain injury and domestic violence

CHICAGO — Loss of memory, trouble concentrating and an unstable mood are among the indicators of traumatic brain injury and a research focus... read more

DePaul University Humanities Center examines perception and reality

DePaul University Humanities Center examines perception and reality

CHICAGO — Identity, perception and illness round out the discussions of the DePaul Humanities Center's Spring 2018 programs as the center... read more

Chinese Studies program at DePaul University to welcome Year of the Dog at Feb. 16 gala

Chinese Studies program at DePaul University to welcome Year of the Dog at Feb. 16 gala

CHICAGO — Chinese New Year is all about family, food and firecrackers. This year, it’s also about Fido.The holiday, also known as Lunar New Year... read more

Study: Demand on the rise for intercity bus travel

Study: Demand on the rise for intercity bus travel

CHICAGO — After being financially hurt for several years by cheap fuel prices and a soft economy, intercity bus lines rolled into the new year with... read more

Exploring shadows, art with DePaul University Humanities Center

Exploring shadows, art with DePaul University Humanities Center

CHICAGO — Acting, art and an investigation into shadows are among discussion topics for the DePaul University Humanities Center’s Winter 2018 programs... read more

Class translation project with Newberry Library offers students insight into French Revolution

Class translation project with Newberry Library offers students insight into French Revolution

CHICAGO — Students in Pascale-Anne Brault’s French translation class often feel they are back in 18th-century France, during the French... read more

Faculty use online learning to bridge study-abroad gap

Faculty use online learning to bridge study-abroad gap

CHICAGO — Only a small percentage of U.S. college students will study abroad, but many will enter fields that require intercultural competence.... read more

DePaul University Humanities Center examines what’s real in conversation with Rick Jay Oct. 11

DePaul University Humanities Center examines what’s real in conversation with Rick Jay Oct. 11

​CHICAGO — Determining fact from fiction has placed the word “fake” in an even more unflattering spotlight, making it a timely topic for the... read more

Study: Gaps widen in the intercity bus and rail system, forcing more to drive

Study: Gaps widen in the intercity bus and rail system, forcing more to drive

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Solar eclipse: Mythic stories personify sun and moon to make sense of cosmic disruption

Solar eclipse: Mythic stories personify sun and moon to make sense of cosmic disruption

CHICAGO — Throughout the ages, humans have told mythic stories to make sense of unusual cosmic events, like a solar eclipse, explained Lisa... read more

Why all the interest in the solar eclipse? It’s not just a science phenomenon, says DePaul University sociologist

Why all the interest in the solar eclipse? It’s not just a science phenomenon, says DePaul University sociologist

CHICAGO — The upcoming total solar eclipse on Aug. 21 is creating a buzz across America, in part due to humans wanting to experience events. “This... read more

New murals under Fullerton ‘L’ station depict DePaul University history

New murals under Fullerton ‘L’ station depict DePaul University history

CHICAGO — A multi-year public art project to memorialize key figures in DePaul University’s history now includes four new murals on the pillars... read more

Experts discuss health disparities, social justice in Chicago

Experts discuss health disparities, social justice in Chicago

CHICAGO — Public health researchers at DePaul University are using health fairs to fight lead poisoning and photo exhibitions to lessen the... read more

Ethiopian Sudanese immigrant earns degree in refugee, forced migration studies

Ethiopian Sudanese immigrant earns degree in refugee, forced migration studies

CHICAGO — Standing in front of the Massachusetts State House with dozens of other protesters on a chilly Boston evening in 2013, Addisalem Agegnehu... read more

Refugee scholar, Army veteran and theatre advocate among DePaul University graduates

Refugee scholar, Army veteran and theatre advocate among DePaul University graduates

CHICAGO — This weekend some 6,500 graduates will gather for DePaul University’s 119th commencement ceremonies and reflect on their... read more

DePaul University names new music building after outgoing president

DePaul University names new music building after outgoing president

CHICAGO — DePaul University’s new School of Music building will be named for its outgoing president, the Rev. Dennis H. Holtschneider, C.M., who... read more

Environmental policy expert at DePaul University discusses EPA, nuclear power

Environmental policy expert at DePaul University discusses EPA, nuclear power

CHICAGO — Changes to the Environmental Protection Agency under President Donald Trump’s administration could motivate a new wave of... read more

Faculty experts available to discuss ‘The Great War’ 100 years after US entry

Faculty experts available to discuss ‘The Great War’ 100 years after US entry

CHICAGO — The U.S. officially entered the Great War – known more commonly as World War I – 100 years ago in April 1917 and remained active through... read more

500 years after the Reformation: Scholars gather at DePaul University for World Catholicism Week

500 years after the Reformation: Scholars gather at DePaul University for World Catholicism Week

CHICAGO — In 1517, Martin Luther nailed a proclamation to a church door in Wittenberg, Germany and launched the Protestant Reformation.... read more

DePaul University announces 2017 commencement speakers

DePaul University announces 2017 commencement speakers

CHICAGO — Speakers for DePaul University’s 119th commencement ceremonies are leaders in their respective fields including education, broadcast... read more

DePaul Humanities Center to honor Native American culture, art

DePaul Humanities Center to honor Native American culture, art

CHICAGO — This spring, many of the DePaul University Humanities Center’s lineup of events will incorporate Native American art and culture. Topics... read more

International Catholic scholars to address the Reformation, marriage, democracy

International Catholic scholars to address the Reformation, marriage, democracy

CHICAGO – A diverse group of Catholic scholars from around the world are slated to speak at DePaul University’s Center for World Catholicism and... read more

Faculty experts available to discuss Abraham Lincoln legacy as birthday nears

Faculty experts available to discuss Abraham Lincoln legacy as birthday nears

CHICAGO – To mark Abraham Lincoln’s birthday Feb. 12 – he was born in 1809 in Kentucky – DePaul University experts are available to discuss the... read more

‘Catholics and Coal’ panel to discuss Catholic response to coal mining in US and Philippines

‘Catholics and Coal’ panel to discuss Catholic response to coal mining in US and Philippines

​CHICAGO – The Center for World Catholicism & Intercultural Theology at DePaul University will host “Catholics and Coal,” a panel discussion... read more

DePaul University Humanities Center to feature ballet, comedy and the Bible

DePaul University Humanities Center to feature ballet, comedy and the Bible

CHICAGO — Events featuring space exploration, improv comedy, Royal Ballet Principal Edward Watson and the temptations of Christ are slated for the... read more

Health equity study compares segregation, low birth weight in Chicago and Toronto

Health equity study compares segregation, low birth weight in Chicago and Toronto

CHICAGO – A new study reveals that low birth weight is strongly associated with racial and ethnic segregation in Chicago neighborhoods. In Toronto,... read more

Experts available to speak on cybersecurity, Russia

Experts available to speak on cybersecurity, Russia

CHICAGO – In light of the U.S. investigation into Russian hacking, DePaul University faculty experts are available to provide insight and commentary... read more

Chinese Studies program at DePaul University to welcome Year of the Rooster at annual gala

Chinese Studies program at DePaul University to welcome Year of the Rooster at annual gala

CHICAGO – For the ninth consecutive year, DePaul University is set to celebrate the Chinese New Year with a gala that features authentic Lunar... read more

Study finds biking in Chicago is faster than CTA, Uber

Study finds biking in Chicago is faster than CTA, Uber

CHICAGO — It is often faster to ride a bicycle through Chicago than to take an Uber or public transportation, find researchers at DePaul... read more

Faculty experts at DePaul University discuss Election Day

Faculty experts at DePaul University discuss Election Day

CHICAGO — As voters prepare for Election Day, DePaul University faculty experts are available discuss how the presidential, national and... read more

Singles’ Day in China, Black Friday, Cyber Monday: DePaul University experts discuss facets of global consumer holidays

Singles’ Day in China, Black Friday, Cyber Monday: DePaul University experts discuss facets of global consumer holidays

CHICAGO — DePaul University faculty experts are available to provide insight and commentary on approaching consumer holidays: Singles’ Day... read more

Mars, zombies and the ethics of voting open DePaul University Humanities Center season

Mars, zombies and the ethics of voting open DePaul University Humanities Center season

CHICAGO — A NASA scientist who turns Mars Curiosity rover data into art, the filmmaker of cerebral zombie flick “Pontypool,” and a discussion... read more

DePaul University to host town hall on US-China relations

DePaul University to host town hall on US-China relations

CHICAGO — Relations between the U.S. and China have been a frequent topic of debate in the presidential campaigns. Experts will discuss the history... read more

DePaul University to co-host Chicago Climate Festival

DePaul University to co-host Chicago Climate Festival

CHICAGO — Chicago artists, academics and community groups will gather at DePaul University, Columbia College and... read more

Election experts at DePaul University discuss presidential race, debates

Election experts at DePaul University discuss presidential race, debates

CHICAGO — Ahead of the presidential debates, DePaul University faculty experts are available to provide insight and... read more

Donation funds first endowed professorship in DePaul University’s College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences

Donation funds first endowed professorship in DePaul University’s College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences

​CHICAGO — In honor of his late wife’s love for historical studies, DePaul University alumnus LeRoy “Lee” Sanders, who passed away in 2015, had... read more

‘Windy City in Motion’ exhibit connects movies, travel

‘Windy City in Motion’ exhibit connects movies, travel

Visitors and commuters at Chicago’s Union Station peruse the “Windy City in Motion: Movies + Travel in Chicago” exhibit, a collaboration... read more

   Health disparities, social justice focus of Aug. 12 conference at DePaul University

Health disparities, social justice focus of Aug. 12 conference at DePaul University

CHICAGO — People who live in different Chicago neighborhoods and have the same health issue can experience entirely different outcomes because... read more

Study: Car sharing stalls under tax burdens, competition

Study: Car sharing stalls under tax burdens, competition

CHICAGO — Hefty taxes on car-sharing services, such as Zipcar, may be stopping some drivers from getting behind the wheel. Researchers at DePaul... read more

Political experts from DePaul University discuss Republican and Democratic national conventions

Political experts from DePaul University discuss Republican and Democratic national conventions

CHICAGO — Ahead of the Democratic and Republican national conventions, DePaul University faculty experts are... read more

Meet DePaul University’s class of 2016

Meet DePaul University’s class of 2016

CHICAGO — Beneath the sea of mortarboards at DePaul University’s 118th commencement ceremonies, some 6,500 graduates will reflect... read more

‘Real Men Don’t Sing’: Allison McCracken on crooning in American culture

‘Real Men Don’t Sing’: Allison McCracken on crooning in American culture

CHICAGO — Before Justin Timberlake or Frank Sinatra, a generation of male singers in the 1920s pioneered crooning on the radio. Allison McCracken,... read more

Catholic studies graduate finds calling through social justice experiences at DePaul

Catholic studies graduate finds calling through social justice experiences at DePaul

​CHICAGO — Griffin Hardy was sitting in a high school classroom in Wheaton, Illinois, when he first learned about Sister Helen Prejean’s work from the... read more

DePaul names architect, urban planner as dean for College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences

DePaul names architect, urban planner as dean for College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences

CHICAGO — DePaul University has selected an architect and urban planner with three decades of experience in higher education as its... read more

DePaul University 2016 commencement speakers: Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriter, and business, education, technology and humanitarian thought leaders

DePaul University 2016 commencement speakers: Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriter, and business, education, technology and humanitarian thought leaders

​CHICAGO — Speakers for DePaul University’s 118th commencement ceremonies are thought leaders in their respective fields including education,... read more

Drones for research: DePaul University archaeologist to explain UAV use at Fifa for site documentation, monitoring

Drones for research: DePaul University archaeologist to explain UAV use at Fifa for site documentation, monitoring

​​​​​​​​CHICAGO — “Drones are proving to be powerful new tools to archaeologists for documenting excavation, mapping landscapes... read more

Experts at DePaul University analyze presidential primaries

Experts at DePaul University analyze presidential primaries

​​​CHICAGO — Presidential debates, primaries and caucuses are in full swing, and DePaul University’s experts are available to provide insight and... read more

Valentine’s Day: DePaul University experts discuss ‘broken heart syndrome,’ consumer behavior, religious symbolism and cinema

Valentine’s Day: DePaul University experts discuss ‘broken heart syndrome,’ consumer behavior, religious symbolism and cinema

CHICAGO — DePaul University faculty experts are available to provide insight into different aspects of Valentine’s Day, including its religious... read more

Catholic scholar to speak on Jesus' African impact

Catholic scholar to speak on Jesus' African impact

​​​CHICAGO — The Rev. Laurenti Magesa, whose work has reshaped the study of Catholicism in Africa, will deliver an evening public lecture, “Naming... read more

Study: Bus stations ‘brimming’ with traffic over Christmas and New Year’s

Study: Bus stations ‘brimming’ with traffic over Christmas and New Year’s

​​​CHICAGO — Winter holiday bus travel is projected to increase 1-2 percent from last year, reaching 2.6 million passengers over a 12-day period for... read more

DePaul University leadership expert publishes guide to 2016 presidential election process

DePaul University leadership expert publishes guide to 2016 presidential election process

​​​​​CHICAGO — Feb. 1, 2016, marks the official start of the U.S. presidential primary election season and even ​seasoned voters and political wonks... read more

Syrian refugee situation: DePaul University experts provide insight on U.S. and global implications

Syrian refugee situation: DePaul University experts provide insight on U.S. and global implications

CHICAGO — In the wake of recent terrorist attacks in Paris and Beirut reportedly carried out by the Islamic State group, government leaders and... read more

Study projects 1.5 million will travel by bus over Thanksgiving holiday

Study projects 1.5 million will travel by bus over Thanksgiving holiday

​​​CHICAGO — Passenger travel on scheduled bus lines over the Thanksgiving holiday weekend is expected to be at or near its highest level in more than... read more

Black Friday, Cyber Monday, Singles’ Day in China: DePaul University experts discuss facets of consumer holidays

Black Friday, Cyber Monday, Singles’ Day in China: DePaul University experts discuss facets of consumer holidays

CHICAGO — DePaul University faculty experts are available to provide insight and commentary on the consumer holidays of Black Friday and Cyber... read more

Presidential elections: DePaul University faculty experts discuss the 2016 campaigns, candidates, issues

Presidential elections: DePaul University faculty experts discuss the 2016 campaigns, candidates, issues

CHICAGO — The U.S. presidential primary season is underway, and DePaul University faculty experts are available to provide insight and commentary... read more

Expert: Domestic violence solutions are political, not only personal

Expert: Domestic violence solutions are political, not only personal

Political scientist Kathleen R. Arnold believes Americans do not respond effectively to domestic violence, and that solutions are not just... read more

Apple tasting with Cézanne opens DePaul University Humanities Center season

Apple tasting with Cézanne opens DePaul University Humanities Center season

CHICAGO — An apple tasting and discussion of artist Paul Cézanne will kick off the fall season for the DePaul University Humanities Center Oct.... read more

Syrian refugee crisis: DePaul University experts available to speak on the global implications

Syrian refugee crisis: DePaul University experts available to speak on the global implications

CHICAGO — Humanitarian and political efforts have mobilized across the globe as millions of Syrian refugees flee to Europe and the Middle East... read more

Foodie fest: DePaul University experts chew over impact of food on health, wine, culture

Foodie fest: DePaul University experts chew over impact of food on health, wine, culture

CHICAGO – From “Travel and Leisure​” to the “Travel Channel​,” Chicago has been named as one of America’s best cities for food and foodies. This... read more

Study: 1.14 million will travel by bus over Labor Day holiday

Study: 1.14 million will travel by bus over Labor Day holiday

CHICAGO — Late summer vacations, college kids on the move and travelers headed to family events will result in hundreds of intercity buses being... read more

A decade after Hurricane Katrina: Experts discuss climate change, race relations and social enterprise

A decade after Hurricane Katrina: Experts discuss climate change, race relations and social enterprise

CHICAGO — This August marks the 10-year anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, which killed 1,200 people and crippled the city of New Orleans. While... read more

Study: 1.3 million will travel by bus over July Fourth holiday

Study: 1.3 million will travel by bus over July Fourth holiday

CHICAGO — A long holiday weekend, budget fares and the convenience of a new GPS tracking system will draw more than 1.3 million passengers to... read more

Transportation expert, Chicago historian discuss Eastland disaster

Transportation expert, Chicago historian discuss Eastland disaster

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Study: More Chicago Metra riders glued to electronics

Study: More Chicago Metra riders glued to electronics

CHICAGO — Metra commuters in Chicago are increasingly doing things that would be illegal if they were driving — texting, reading email, shopping... read more

Experts available to speak on Greece’s debt crisis

Experts available to speak on Greece’s debt crisis

CHICAGO — DePaul University faculty experts are available to provide insight and commentary on the financial and political crisis in Greece.... read more

Experts available to speak on pope’s encyclical on environmental issues

Experts available to speak on pope’s encyclical on environmental issues

CHICAGO — DePaul University faculty experts are available to provide commentary on Pope Francis’ encyclical on environmental issues, which the... read more

Meet DePaul University’s class of 2015

Meet DePaul University’s class of 2015

CHICAGO — Some 6,700 students will graduate from DePaul University this academic year and among them are Fulbright scholars, veterans, educators,... read more

From Indiana to Turkey, multi-lingual scholar receives Fulbright

From Indiana to Turkey, multi-lingual scholar receives Fulbright

Kevin Cole was in a Japanese language class in middle school when something clicked. His teacher remarked that Cole was picking up the language... read more

Printers Row Lit Fest to feature DePaul University authors, experts

Printers Row Lit Fest to feature DePaul University authors, experts

CHICAGO — Authors Clark Elliott and Rebecca Johns Trissler, transportation expert Joseph Schwieterman and librarian Morgen MacIntosh-Hodgetts — DePaul... read more

Waterloo: A defining battle in military history

Waterloo: A defining battle in military history

CHICAGO — French general and politician Napoléon Bonaparte won more battles than he lost. But under his command on June 18, 1815, the French... read more

Jeff Tweedy, guest readers to celebrate author George Saunders at DePaul University

Jeff Tweedy, guest readers to celebrate author George Saunders at DePaul University

CHICAGO — Bestselling author George Saunders will headline a marathon celebration of his work at DePaul University June 2-3. “24 Hour George... read more

Bus travel will reach 25-year high over Memorial Day holiday

Bus travel will reach 25-year high over Memorial Day holiday

CHICAGO — Instead of getting behind the wheel or boarding an airplane for the Memorial Day holiday, more than 1.7 million passengers will travel via... read more

Sustainable urban development: DePaul University experts discuss environment, economy and social justice

Sustainable urban development: DePaul University experts discuss environment, economy and social justice

CHICAGO — What makes a city sustainable? DePaul University faculty experts in the Sustainable Urban Development program are available to discuss how... read more

Earth Day: Sustainable business management experts discuss why companies are placing more importance on running a sustainable business and the impact of those decisions on the environment

Earth Day: Sustainable business management experts discuss why companies are placing more importance on running a sustainable business and the impact of those decisions on the environment

CHICAGO — DePaul University faculty experts are available to provide commentary and insight on Earth Day topics, including the importance of... read more

Anticipated papal encyclical on the environment drives theme of World Catholicism Week at DePaul University

Anticipated papal encyclical on the environment drives theme of World Catholicism Week at DePaul University

CHICAGO — In advance of Pope Francis’ encyclical on environment, expected to be released this summer, this year’s World Catholicism Week... read more

DePaul hosts farewell event for Japanese college students on eve of Tohoku earthquake anniversary

DePaul hosts farewell event for Japanese college students on eve of Tohoku earthquake anniversary

CHICAGO — Tomodachi means “friend” in Japanese and DePaul University’s Global Asian Studies program will celebrate and say farewell to 23... read more

20th Annual Joseph Cardinal Bernardin Jerusalem Lecture March 9 at DePaul University

20th Annual Joseph Cardinal Bernardin Jerusalem Lecture March 9 at DePaul University

CHICAGO — Archbishop Blase J. Cupich will deliver the welcoming remarks at the 20th Annual Joseph Cardinal Bernardin Jerusalem Lecture on March 9... read more

Satirist George Saunders to appear at DePaul University

Satirist George Saunders to appear at DePaul University

CHICAGO — Bestselling author and humorist George Saunders will headline a marathon celebration of his work at DePaul University this June. The... read more

Health disparities, social justice are focus of forum at DePaul University

Health disparities, social justice are focus of forum at DePaul University

CHICAGO — The impact of racism and discrimination on a community’s well-being, including access to health care, is one of the topics to be... read more

Intercity bus travel in the US increases in 2014

Intercity bus travel in the US increases in 2014

CHICAGO— Reserved seats, more routes and luxury amenities helped increase intercity bus travel in the U.S. again in 2014, reports a new study from... read more