Lincoln Park Events

February 2018

Thursday, February 1

Political Science Internship Info Session

Find out about what to look for in an internship in political science and how to get academic credit, too. Prof. Cathy May, the PSC internship coordinator,...

Mr. Burns, A Post-Electric Play

by Anne Washburn directed by Jeremy Aluma What would you hold sacred if everything you knew was destroyed? In three acts, Mr. Burns, a Post-Electric Play...

Ensemble 20+

PROGRAM Phillip Rapa (b. 1996) Historia (2017) (Commissioned by Ensemble 20+, world premiere) Duets Meditation Motive Anton Webern...

Friday, February 2

Careers in Science and Math

A degree in science or math can lead to challenging and rewarding careers in a variety of industries. This event will focus on how you can put your...

Careers in Science and Math: Landing a Job After Graduation

A degree in science or math can lead to challenging and rewarding careers in a variety of industries. This event will focus on how you can put your...

Mr. Burns, A Post-Electric Play

by Anne Washburn directed by Jeremy Aluma What would you hold sacred if everything you knew was destroyed? In three acts, Mr. Burns, a Post-Electric Play...

DePaul Symphony Orchestra

PROGRAM Moritz Moszkowski (1854-1925); arr. Carl Topilow Suite for 2 Violins and Orchestra, Op. 71 (1903) Allegro energico Allegro moderato ...

Saturday, February 3

Thesis and Dissertation Conference

This is a conference designed to help graduate students complete their theses or dissertations. There are two tracks to the event: those early in the process...

Thesis and Dissertation Conference

This is a conference designed to help graduate students complete their theses or dissertations. There are two tracks to the event: those early in the process...

Mr. Burns, A Post-Electric Play

by Anne Washburn directed by Jeremy Aluma What would you hold sacred if everything you knew was destroyed? In three acts, Mr. Burns, a Post-Electric Play...

DePaul Wind Symphony

Two conflicting narratives of American growth, resistance and determination will be beautifully depicted in this program of 20th century works. Opening with...

Sunday, February 4

Mr. Burns, A Post-Electric Play

by Anne Washburn directed by Jeremy Aluma What would you hold sacred if everything you knew was destroyed? In three acts, Mr. Burns, a Post-Electric Play...

Monday, February 5

DePaul Wind Ensemble

PROGRAM Josef Mysliveček (1737-1781) Octet No. 2 in E Flat Major (ca. 1770) Allegro spiritoso Largo, sotto voce Rondo Wolfgang Amadeus...

Tuesday, February 6

The Living Legacy: Conversations with DePaul Alumni

Join us Tuesday, February 6 from 6:00-7:30pm for a conversation with our alumni about what a living legacy is all about! This is an opportunity for you to...

DePaul Concert Orchestra

PROGRAM Claude Debussy (1862-1918) Petite Suite (1886-89) En bateau: Andantino Cortège: Moderato Menuet: Moderato Ballet: Allegro...

Wednesday, February 7

Bonnamu

hi Mu’s winter philanthropy event this year is called Bonnamu. Phi Mu has teamed up with DemonTHON's Miracles 'til Midnight in order to have a big push...

GirlUp General Body Meeting

Girl Up at DePaul aims to empower the DePaul community to get involved, teacher their communities that girls education matters and make sure that girls in...

Junior Recital: Natasha Kubit, violin

PROGRAM Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827) Violin Sonata No. 7 in C minor, Op. 30 No. 2 (1801-1802) Allegro con brio Adagio cantabile Scherzo ...

Native Son

by Richard Wright directed by Mikael Burke In 1930s South Side Chicago, Bigger Thomas lands a job with a wealthy white family but his fate is sealed...

Thursday, February 8

 Meta-Play: Using Technology to Work For Us and Our Teaching

This workshop will allow time for participants to play with free, web-based technologies to create visual texts. We will discuss ways our teaching material...

EdTPA Tech Help Workshop

Join us for an evening where we will answer the most frequently asked questions about edTPA. Assistance will be available to help with your edTPA tech...

Native Son

by Richard Wright directed by Mikael Burke In 1930s South Side Chicago, Bigger Thomas lands a job with a wealthy white family but his fate is sealed...

Friday, February 9

Biology Seminar

Dr. Thomas Sanger from Loyola University will be talking on Darwin Day

“He will Reach His Hand in Mine”: Religious Rhetoric and the Preservation of Sign Language, Speaker: Tracy Anne Morse

Through the examination of historical documents and contemporary experiences related to deaf education, church ministries and congregations for deaf people,...

Pleshette DeArmitt Memorial Alumni Lecture

Visiting Speaker Nathan Ross, Oklahoma City University: "Walter Benjamin's First Philosophy: Experience, Truth and Perception." This event is free and open...

Native Son

by Richard Wright directed by Mikael Burke In 1930s South Side Chicago, Bigger Thomas lands a job with a wealthy white family but his fate is sealed...

Saturday, February 10

Native Son

by Richard Wright directed by Mikael Burke In 1930s South Side Chicago, Bigger Thomas lands a job with a wealthy white family but his fate is sealed...

DePaul Chamber Choir and Concert Choir

PROGRAM Will Todd (b. 1970) “Kyrie” from Mass in Blue Erin Hogan, soprano “Gloria” from Mass in Blue [Credo Medley] Harold Arlen (1905-1986) I’ve...

Sunday, February 11

Native Son

by Richard Wright directed by Mikael Burke In 1930s South Side Chicago, Bigger Thomas lands a job with a wealthy white family but his fate is sealed...

Monday, February 12

Write Your Heart Out

Please join DePaul University's Big Shoulders Books for an evening of readings, refreshments and community. Monday, February 12 6-8 pm Cortelyou...

Student Recital: Valentina Guillen Menesello, violin

PROGRAM J. Sebastian Bach (1685-1750) Sonata for Solo Violin No. 2 in A Minor, BWV 1003 (1720) Andante Allegro Saint Saens (1835-1921) Violin...

Tuesday, February 13

Mardi Gras Celebration with the Vincentians

Join us Tuesday, February 13 from 5:45-7:30pm in the Vincentian Residence for a Mardi Gras Celebration! This is an opportunity for you to receive your...

Galentine's Day

Join the DePaul Gammas in celebrating Galentine's Day watching a rom-com and eating tons of popcorn & chocolates because you deserve it!

Student Recital: Barbora Valiukeviciute, violin

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

Wednesday, February 14

Sid Feldman Legacy Valentine's Donation Sale

Sid Feldman Legacy Valentine's Pay What you Want Sale The event is taking place on February 14th at the Lincoln Park Student Center. Pay what you want sale....

GirlUp General Body Meeting

Girl Up at DePaul aims to empower the DePaul community to get involved, teacher their communities that girls education matters and make sure that girls in...

Native Son

by Richard Wright directed by Mikael Burke In 1930s South Side Chicago, Bigger Thomas lands a job with a wealthy white family but his fate is sealed...

Thursday, February 15

2018 Tech Fair

Join the Center for Educational Technology (CET) for its annual Tech Fair including demonstrations of the latest technology tools being used in the classroom...

EdD Brown Bag Panel: Interviewing for Full-Time Faculty Appointment

Join a panel of EdD Faculty for a discussion on: Navigating the interviewing process in higher educationWriting CVs and cover lettersNegotiating salary and...

CGR Neighbors Night at The Theater School

Join the Office of Community and Government Relations on February 15 for Lincoln Park Neighbors Night with The Theater School at DePaul University featuring...

Junior Recital: Konrad Kowal, violin

PROGRAM Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750) Violin Sonata No. 1 in G Minor (1720) I. Adagio II. Fuge Sergei Prokofiev (1891-1953) Violin Sonata No....

Native Son

by Richard Wright directed by Mikael Burke In 1930s South Side Chicago, Bigger Thomas lands a job with a wealthy white family but his fate is sealed...

Friday, February 16

CompPysch Lunch and Learn

Come enjoy lunch and learn about career paths in the employee assistance program arena. Compsych employees from the FMLA and Clinical divisions will talk...

Math Department Colloquium

Iosif Polterovich (Universite de Montreal) Title: Sloshing, Steklov and corners Abstract: The sloshing problem is a Steklov type eigenvalue problem...

HerCDM's Winter Quarter Showcase

Please join us Feb 16th for our winter showcase! Come show off your projects or anything you’re working on.

Native Son

by Richard Wright directed by Mikael Burke In 1930s South Side Chicago, Bigger Thomas lands a job with a wealthy white family but his fate is sealed...

 "Native Son" Post-Performance Talkback: Richard Wright, the Expat

American writers and artists have always flocked to Paris. However, Richard Wright's arrival in 1946 was marked by his life's trajectory from the Deep South...

Saturday, February 17

Junior Recital: Margaret Wenzel, cello

PROGRAM Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827) Sonata for Piano and Cello, Op. 5, No. 1 (1796) Adagio sostenuto - Allegro Rondo. Allegro vivace ...

Native Son

by Richard Wright directed by Mikael Burke In 1930s South Side Chicago, Bigger Thomas lands a job with a wealthy white family but his fate is sealed...

Sunday, February 18

Native Son

by Richard Wright directed by Mikael Burke In 1930s South Side Chicago, Bigger Thomas lands a job with a wealthy white family but his fate is sealed...

Monday, February 19

College of Education Winter Forum 2018 - Sanctuary Schools: Safety, Protection, Opportunity for all students!

What is a "Sanctuary School?" How can educators create schools that are safe for all students? Schools that protect, nurture and provide opportunities for...

Student Recital: Luis Angel Salazar Avila, violin

PROGRAM Jean Martinon (1910-1976) Sonatine No. 5 for solo violin (1942) J. S. Bach (1685-1750) Sonata No. 1 in G minor for violin solo, BWV 1001 (1720) ...

Percussion Ensemble

PROGRAM John Pratt (b.1931) Liberty Tree Inn (1998) Roughing the Downfall of Paris (1998) Thomas Farnsworth, snare drum Jacob Druckman...

Tuesday, February 20

Bleed Blue Blood Drive

Show your Blue Demon pride and help save lives. The Red Cross will be hosting blood drive at The Ray, drop by and donate blood.

Wednesday, February 21

" I  Am Not Your Negro":  Film Screening and Discussion on  the writer James Baldwin

"I Am Not Your Negro" is a political statement and a deep look into the mind of James Baldwin, one of the 20th century's greatest writers and social critics....

DIY: Blue Demon Crafts

It's Blue Demon Week! Celebrate and show your school spirit through the creation of your very own blue demon bracelet or create your own Blue Demon art work....

Sigma Lambda Gamma LPC Informational

Want to know what it takes to become a Woman of Distinction? Attend our informational to find out more about Sigma Lambda Gamma National Sorority, Inc.

GirlUp General Body Meeting

Girl Up at DePaul aims to empower the DePaul community to get involved, teacher their communities that girls education matters and make sure that girls in...

Thursday, February 22

Unaccompanied with Javier Zamora - Poetry Reading

As a result of the US-funded Civil War in El Salvador, Javier's parents were forced to flee their home country. At the age of nine, Javier traveled 4,000...

Introduction to Community-based Service Learning - Lincoln Park

This introductory session is the first step for those wishing to teach a CbSL course, or those looking to refresh their knowledge and practice. Learn how the...

Frederick Douglass Now starring Roger Guenveur Smith

Obie award actor Roger Guenveur Smith (Do the Right Thing, American Gangster, Birth of a Nation) brings his acclaimed solo work to Chicago.

Friday, February 23

DePaul Law 21st Annual Public Interest Law Association Auction

DePaul Law's Public Interest Law Association is hosting its annual auction to raise money for students with unpaid internships at public interest...

New Music DePaul

PROGRAM Fredrick Gifford (b. 1972) One, Everyone (2013) Jonathan Sokol (b. 1981) Basic Lands (2015) Fredrick Gifford (b. 1972) 127 (2018) (World...

Saturday, February 24

Junior Recital: Caleb Henry, viola

PROGRAM Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750) Suite No. 6 in G Major, BWV 1012 (1720) Prelude Allemande Courante Sarabande Gavotte ...

Baroque Chamber Ensemble

PROGRAM Dario Castello (fl. 1621-1658) Sonata IV for 2 Violins and Bassoon (1621) Xin Yu, violin Courtney Silver, violin ...

Sunday, February 25

Wind/Mixed Chamber Showcase I

Arthur Honegger (1892-1955) Rapsodie in F Major, H. 13 (1917) Jennifer Klimek, flute Eliza Fisher, flute Cullen Daniels,...

Monday, February 26

Masterclass: Nicholas Phan, tenor

While masterclass participants have already been selected, this event is free and open to the public, no reservation is required. -- Praised by National...

Tuesday, February 27

Wednesday, February 28

Philosophy Circle event, “Cosmopolitan Liberal Imperialism and the Clash of Manifest Destinies”, Presented by Professor Jason Hill

Please join the DePaul Philosophy Faculty as we host another Philosophy Circle event, “Cosmopolitan Liberal Imperialism and the Clash of Manifest Destinies”,...

GirlUp General Body Meeting

Girl Up at DePaul aims to empower the DePaul community to get involved, teacher their communities that girls education matters and make sure that girls in...

Graduate Recital: Benjamin Zisook, bass trombone

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

Wind/Mixed Chamber Showcase II

PROGRAM Malcolm Arnold (1921-2006) Divertimento for Flute, Oboe, and Clarinet, Op. 37 (1952) Allegro energico Languido Vivace Andantino ...

February 2018

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