Events

Wednesday, May 16

Israeli Apartheid Week

Join SJP DePaul, and various other groups on campus, for SJP's annual Israeli Apartheid Week from Monday, May 14th, to Thursday, the 17th. Any & all are...

FIJI Islander Week Tabling

Phi Gamma Delta will be raising money for the USO as well as providing information on the organization and upcoming events.

Lunch with Vincent

A quarterly lunch dialogue program designed to foster reflection and conversation on Vincentian spirituality and its application to our life and work, while...

Kellstadt: Walk-In Career Sessions

Need to have your resume reviewed? Want to practice your elevator pitch? Confused by cover letters? Come to the Kellstadt Career Management Center's walk-in...

Decoded: CET Panel Series

Join the Center for Educational Technology for its three-part panel series, Decoded, discussing approaches to learning, collaboration and adapting new...

Maximizing Your Internship Experience - Echo Global

Landing that much sought-after internship is only the first step. How you perform during your internship can have a major impact on your entire career path....

"'Every Day Seems Like Murder Here': Why Ida B. Wells Matters Now"

More than a century ago, Ida B. Wells argued that lynching constituted a public display of power that was not so much a consequence of white supremacist...

ECHO NETWORKING HAPPY HOUR!

ECHO NETWORKING HAPPY HOUR! Echo Global Logistics is hosting a Networking Happy Hour at our headquarters and we would love to welcome students to attend....

Meditáció--Weekly worship

Meditáció is a weekly thirty minute reflective worship celebration for Protestants and friends. A quiet moment to stop and ground yourself in your faith and...

Women's Power: Dinner with the Daughters

Have you ever met a Daughter of Charity ? Join the Division of Mission and Ministry and Residential Education for Dinner with the Daughters of Charity. Hear...

Women's Power: Dinner with the Daughters

Join us on Wednesday, May 16th from 5:30-7:00pm for a FREE dinner with the Daughters of Charity in the 2nd floor lounge of Sanctuary Hall (2347 N. Kenmore...

China's New Frontiers: From Science Fiction to Technological Innovations

Since Chinese author Liu Cixin’s The Three-Body Problem won the 2015 Hugo Award, science fiction has turned mainstream in China and Chinese SF has burst onto...

Making the Case: Why Investing in Employee Training is a Must.

The DePaul SHRM leadership & The DePaul MSHR Program is pleased to announce the spring panel. You won't want to miss it! Joining us are key senior HR...

Serverless Cloud Computing: A session with Mike Emerick

Serverless computing is a new context in cloud computing that allows for managing resources at an abstracted level from a typical OS/server/network stack....

United Career Fairs

Chicago West Career Fair Wednesday, May 16th, 2018 – 6pm Sharp Embassy Suites By Hilton Chicago-Naperville 1823 Abriter Ct. Naperville, IL 60563 Our...

Table Talk--Weekly Conversation over Dinner

Join students from all Protestant walks of life--and others--in conversations about life, faith, and sometimes simply nonsense. Every week during the school...

GirlUp General Body Meeting

Join GirlUp DePaul for our weekly meetings. Our student chapter is in alignment with GirlUp and the United Nations Foundation’s mission. Girl Up DePaul aims...

Junior Recital: Amber Daughtry, violin

PROGRAM Giuseppe Tartini (1692-1770) Sonata in G Minor, Op. 1 No. 10, ‘Didone Abbandonata’ (1731) Adagio Non troppo presto Largo Allegro...

Student Recital: Nate Doucette, trombone

DePaul School of Music hosts student recitals throughout the academic year. Program information will be made available closer to the concert date.

Wednesday, May 16

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