Events

Friday, October 27

Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Career Day Morning Session

Hosted by the CFPB Midwest Region Office of Supervision, for students looking to learn about job opportunities at the CFPB, including 2018 summer internship...

Donate a Day - Center for Disability and Elder Law

Training for the Donate a Day with the Center for Disabilty and Elder Law. College of Law alumni and students will work in teams to prepare advanced...

Maker Hub Open Hours at Richardson Library

Dr. Eric Landahl from the DePaul Physics Department has been building computers and scientific instruments for over 40 years and is available to help the...

Pro Bono Week Day of Service

Calling students, faculty and alumni! Please join PBCSI and the Center for Disability & Elder Law for the Pro Bono Week Day of Service. We will work in teams...

College of Computing and Digital Media Lunch & Learn: MS Cybersecurity and MS Network Engineering & Security

Enjoy lunch on us with CDM faculty, current students, and graduate admissions to learn about our MS Cybersecurity and MS Network Engineering & Security...

Bon Appetit #2

Bon Appetit is a celebration of various cuisines around the world. Join DePaul students and staff each month during the lunch hour for a taste of Chicago,...

Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Career Day Afternoon Session

Hosted by the CFPB Midwest Region Office of Supervision, for students looking to learn about job opportunities at the CFPB, including 2018 summer internship...

Intro to Quantitative Analysis

You have data, but now what? This workshop will explore basic principles of quantitative analysis. We will provide strategies and ideas for analyzing...

Writing & Rhetoric Across Borders Speaker Series

Candice Rai, Associate Professor of English and Director of Expository Writing at the University of Washington will speak "On Hope, Invention, and Politics...

DePaul Global Women's Collaborative

An opportunity for women at DePaul to come together and start conversations about women’s identities and cultures. It's a conversation for women, by women.

Math Department Colloquium

Eric Weber (Iowa State University) Title: A Gentle Introduction to the Kaczmarz Algorithm Abstract: The Kaczmarz algorithm is an iterative method for...

KDP Welcome Back Party

We will be discussing the future events of KDP, job opportunities for us education majors, and what you would like to see within our chapter this year. We...

DemonHacks Hackathon

DemonHacks is a 36-hour hackathon hosted by DePaul University's Computer Science Society. Come work with innovative students from all over the globe to...

DeFrag Double Feature Movie Night

Join us this Friday starting at 5:30PM in the Daley building's theatre (room 200) to watch the Super Mario Bros. live action movie followed by Sonic The...

Dandelions: Reclaiming & Reconstructing Our Memories

Please come join us in celebration and community for one of our favorite evenings of the quarter, Dandelions in the Concrete: Reclaiming and Constructing Our...

Meet Your Future Colleagues Night

Come join the Child & Family Law Association for a networking night with Kent, Loyola and John Marshall students. This event is very casual and allows...

DePaul Opera Theatre Presents: The Turn of the Screw

Harry Silverstein, director Written in 1954, The Turn of the Screw is the last of Benjamin Britten’s chamber operas, based on the gothic horror novella of...

Seven Homeless Mammoths Wander New England

by Madeleine George directed by April Cleveland Set in a typical college town, Seven Homeless Mammoths Wander New England follows the narrative of the...

Friday, October 27

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