Richard M. and Maggie C. Daley Building
14 E Jackson Blvd
Centers and Institutes, Chaddick Institute for Metropolitan Development, College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences, School of Public Services
Join the School of Public Service in welcoming two distinguished guests to our Authentic Conversations series. The Hon. Ray LaHood represented Illinois'...
In this two-day Institute module led by Pamela Meyer, Ph.D. and Catherine Marienau, Ph.D., participants will discover brain-aware strategies to help the...
Visiting Artists Series: Marianne Hayden 4/22/2016
Spring DCC Mixer 4/15/2016
Christian Ianniello left a positive review 10/16/2015
Comfortable environment that allowed for a great discussion! Thanks for the great event!
Patrick Murphy left a positive review 10/6/2015
Cherise E. Williams left a positive review 7/31/2015
Always very helpful! good turnout too! Loved the snacks from Corner Bakery yum!
Tawanna Barton left a positive review 2/25/2015
The event was awesome and provided me a greater insight into the conditions that contributed to the rapid spread of Ebola in Africa. The speaker and professors were great.
Vanessa Underwood left a positive review 2/17/2015
Pat Ryan has been a mentor to me and he has been and will always be an inspiration to me. May God bless you and shower you with happiness, and fill your retirement with love, laughter and good health. Pat you will
be missed. Vanessa Underwood
Mayra Pina left a positive review 2/23/2014
It was interesting to hear Luis Maira's perspective on the "No" campaign. It was very eye opening
Iva Yovcheva left a positive review 10/17/2013
It was very beneficial. The networking gave me possibility to meet new, interesting people.
Theresa Stueber left a positive review 8/14/2013
I attended last Thursday’s “Boot Camp” and was relieved/elated to first meet others who too were in the same “boat” as I, and struggling to narrow their research.
Both Kenya and Pat were open for discussion and guidance - this was valuable class time of AP structure, ideas (samples of other students completed papers) etc.
I believe Kenya stated to the class on Thursday that of the students enrolled in AP the success rate (completion of paper) is only about 60%. WOW, a bit alarming knowing that 100% who enroll in Advanced Project have already completed all other competencies with the exception of Summit Seminar. A measure that these students are capable of managing their academic path and completing AP but why 40% who do not complete.
Early on in my path at DePaul, the Library was introduced as a valuable resource for empirical data and citation guidelines as well as taking advantage of the opportunities at the Writing Center. . Many students know right out of the “gate” what their focus content will encompass and hit the finish line without any major delays. However, other students, maybe to the 40% who don’t finish, need some additional face-to-face structured class time of examples of other completed papers, and guidance of staying focused when review of literature can often lead research other directions.
I feel this Boot Camp is just as valuable and should be incorporated as part of a class time at the beginning of a session/quarter (and throughout the year as needed) similar to that of the Library and the Writing Center introductions.
Katie Vincent Booth left a positive review 5/3/2013
What a wonderful celebration! I really had a great time!
Lisa Rothman left a positive review 5/3/2013
It was amazing
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