"I knew DePaul was the perfect place for me when I saw that the institution was built on Vincentian values that require students to practice and embrace socially responsible leadership."
On #ThrowbackThursday We Wear Blue
Just because we're working from home doesn't mean we're not keeping the On Thursdays We Wear Blue tradition going! Last week, team members from the Division of Advancement showed off their DePaul gear in their new work-from-home setups!
Faculty Interview: Dr. Horace Hall, College of Education
"For future teachers who have the intention of going into less privileged spaces, it's important that they come to know and to realize the lives that exist there and how to help them navigate and negotiate that space with students, their parents, and the community at large. That is a way in which I think we become more fully human—when we can see others."
Alumni Interview: Kelli Garcia (JD ’10)
"There’s a Maya Angelou quote I remind myself of often: 'People will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.'"
Download our new Alumni Coloring Book!
Click through to download our new Alumni Coloring Book, featuring six pages of relaxing pages to fill in with your kids, the whole family or just yourself! Share your creations with @depaulalumni using the hashtag #DePaulDoodles!
DePaul Responds: How You Can Help Students During COVID-19
Due to the ongoing spread of COVID-19, DePaul University has taken critical steps to reduce the density of people on campus, including conducting classes for spring quarter (and, for College of Law students, the remainder of spring semester) remotely. You can play a crucial role in helping address the immediate needs of DePaul students who... Continue Reading →
Faculty Interview: Dr. Barbara Willard, College of Communication
"Knowing what I know about climate change communication, it's important that you don't focus on the apocalyptic nature or the dark side, and that you don’t say 'There is no hope.' I’m one who likes to stress hope in the face of this dire situation."