Events

Friday, February 21

Last Day to Withdraw from WQ  2014 Classes

Students may withdraw from classes for Winter Quarter 2014 through the end of today.

Mosaic Career Fair

Registration is now available for the 2014 Mosaic Career Fairs! Last year, hundreds of college students from across the country and representatives from...

Registration continues for Spring and Summer Quarters  2014

Students may continue to enroll or add Spring and Summer classes through the last day to add for the respective term

Teaching with Writing in Any Course (online)

This online course (six-modules) is for faculty and teaching professionals in any discipline and focuses on making the most of writing as a tool for teaching...

Leveraging LinkedIn: Using Your Profile to Create Results

This is a hands-on workshop held in a computer lab and is the second in a two part LinkedIn workshop series. Do you already have a profile, made...

Okner Symposium

College students and their professors from approximately 12 Midwest schools attend this free one-day symposium to learn directly from Chicago's top marketing...

Achieving Immigrant Rights & Equality (AIRE)

AIRE- Achieving Immigrant Rights & Equality is a part of UMIN's DCSA (DePaul Community Service Association). We work with the immigrant communities of...

Noble Network Open House: Secondary Teachers Informational Networking Event and School Tour

The Noble Street Open House program is a unique experience in which you can learn about the Noble School Charter Network through a panel discussion at one of...

Reflecting On and Revising Your Teaching Portfolio in Digication Session 1

Are you ready to complete the Teaching and Learning Certificate Program? The Reflecting On and Revising Your Teaching Portfolio is your last step. This...

The Theatre School Presents NUMBER THE STARS

NUMBER THE STARS by Dr. Douglas W. Larche with Susan Elliott Larche based on the novel by Lois Lowry directed by Ernie Nolan Jan 18, 2014- Feb 22,...

Mess Hall: Ben Epstein

The Only Constant is Change The Ongoing Cycle of Political Communication Change While the overarching goals of political communication rarely change,...

DePaul's Voices for Animals (DVA)

DePaul Voice for the Animals is an animal rights oriented service group that takes trips to the David R. Lee Animal Shelter. Volunteers with DVA will visit...

Individuals Nurturing Students Positively In Rigorous Education (INSPIRE)

Volunteers will tutor children at Libby Elementary School during their school day. They will keep track of how students are progressing, and prepare them for...

Leading Imagination and Fun Education (LIFE)

LIFE brings Visitation students and DePaul students together once a week to promote academic improvement in a fun and friendly environment. Tutors meet with...

Navigating IRB Procedures: Research on Teaching and Learning (LPC)

Are you hoping to produce publishable research on teaching and learning but are unfamiliar with the Institutional Review Board (IRB) approval process...

Friday VIA Small Group Reflection

What is Weekly VIA? Weekly VIA meetings are part of a year-long framework designed to build community amongst the DCSA Coordinators; the goal is to provide a...

Book Club

This quarter the Book Club will be reading the Graphic Novel American Born Chinese, by Gene Luen Yang and Lark Pien. We'll read and discuss the selection...

Conversation & Culture

An informal meeting where multilingual writers discuss language and writing. Every Friday, these meetings give multilingual writers a chance to share their...

Leading for the Common Good: Leadership as Service

Participants will be provided with an alternative model for taking personal initiative and exercising personal and community leadership in our contemporary...

Study Abroad 101

Come talk to your peers about study abroad, including selecting a program, applying for it, and paying for it. We strongly recommend that all students attend...

DePaul Volunteers Supporting Youth (DVSY)

Our goal is to serve as a source of advocacy for youth through volunteering. The group primarily helps to plan after-school activities for children between...

RefugeeOne

We lead a group of DePaul volunteers to the after school program run by Refugee One, where we help refugee children do homework, improve their English, and...

Animation Lodge General Meeting

The Animation Lodge is holding our first official, general meeting of the Winter Quarter on February 21st from 4pm-6pm in CDM Room 708! Bring your questions,...

Design Battle Royale

You are invited to attend DePaul AIGA’s Design Battle Royale located on the 5th floor in CDM. There will be three design battles that you can participate in....

DeFRAG Winter Olympics 2014

This time, the Olympics are in Chicago! Are you ready to test yourself over a variety of video games? Do you and your friends have what it takes to win the...

Kellstadt Graduate School of Business Open House - Loop Campus

We invite you to join us for a comprehensive overview of the programs offered by the Kellstadt Graduate School of Business, including MBA, Master of...

The Theatre School Presents MOTH

MOTH by Declan Greene directed by Michael Osinski FEBRUARY 14, 2014- FEBRUARY 23, 2014 ​Previews 2/12 & 2/13 WED - SAT at 7:30 PM SUN at 2 PM ...

Blue Demon Dance

Tickets $10 each. Sales begin Monday, February 10th.

New Music DePaul

The winter quarter New Music DePaul concert will feature faculty members Julie DeRoche and Larry Combs (clarinet), with clarinetist Stephen Cohen, from...

Friday, February 21

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