Join us for a faculty speaking engagement with award-winning professor of Supply Chain, Dr. Nezih Altay, featuring an introduction by President A. Gabriel Esteban, PhD. The COVID-19 pandemic can be considered a Black Swan event. It highlighted weaknesses in global supply chains and is expected to change business processes and consumer behavior permanently. We will... Continue Reading →
Watch this special webinar hosted by alumnus Tony Hunter (MBA '95). Hunter will share his experiences managing through crises as a CEO during the 2008 recession, along with the best practices he has learned and applied in leadership roles since then. The program will include tools for success and time for questions and answers moderated... Continue Reading →
Join instructor Kim Schiefelbein for a unique total body workout utilizing the ballet barre, light dumbbells and dance-inspired movements to perform small isometric contractions and large, dynamic movements all in one class.
In this webinar, Craig Kulgman, PhD, professor of bioethics and health humanities, leads a conversation on how we make hard choices and how we live together while being apart during the pandemic.
Join fellow alumni for a virtual yoga class led by Molly Bramlet (LAS '12). Synchronized poses along with breath work are sure to enhance circulation, flexibility, stamina, strength, balance and inner calm. This class is for all levels.
https://youtu.be/zmu6YEvgSsg This workshop will introduce alumni to the core elements of effective storytelling, including scene, character, tension and narrative structure, as well as to the creative writing process. Join Dr. Morano, Professor and Chair of the English Department within DePaul's College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences, as she leads short writing exercises that will... Continue Reading →
https://youtu.be/tNG5lGC_6W0 Sponsored by the Federal Bar Association's Civil Rights Law Section, DePaul University College of Law and the National Police Accountability Project, this hour-long webinar describes the evolving response to the COVID-19 pandemic in the nation's jails and prisons. As public health experts have long recognized, jails and prisons are particularly susceptible to outbreaks of... Continue Reading →
Join Dr. Michael Miller, associate professor of Economics and associate dean for Quality and Compliance in the Driehaus College of Business, for an hour-long webinar on how the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted the U.S. economy. Dr. Miller will discuss the current state of the economy and provide historical perspectives on the various steps the government has taken to respond to this crisis.