Library - Richardson Library Lincoln Park Campus

2350 N Kenmore Ave

The Richardson Library is located on the Lincoln Park Campus and includes several venues for events including:

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Phone

773-325-7862

Website

depaul.libcal.com

Upcoming Events

Open Science initiative

Open Science initiative 5/25 9:00am

Room 400

Supplemental Instruction Review for Biology 193

Supplemental Instruction Review for Biology 193 5/25 1:00pm

Library, Learning Commons

Instructor: Martineau SI Leader: Gabrielle Presbitero Supplemental Instruction (SI) aims to help students successfully complete historically difficult...

Resume Drive Thru

Resume Drive Thru 5/25 3:00pm

Career Center, Library, Learning Commons

A job recruiter will look at your resume for less than 10 seconds. How do you look on paper? Stop by for help with drafting or perfecting your resume. Peer...

Supplemental Instruction Review for Chemistry 132

Supplemental Instruction Review for Chemistry 132 5/25 3:15pm

Library, Learning Commons

Instructor: Vogel/Grice SI Leader: Cate Shamblen Supplemental Instruction (SI) aims to help students successfully complete historically difficult classes...

Supplemental Instruction Review for Biology 193

Supplemental Instruction Review for Biology 193 5/25 4:30pm

Library, Learning Commons

Instructor: Bystriansky/Dean SI Leader: Deena Kishawi Supplemental Instruction (SI) aims to help students successfully complete historically difficult...

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Yuki Miyamoto

Yuki Miyamoto posted a photo 4/8/2016

Jaime Ochoa

Jaime Ochoa posted a photo 2/8/2016

James Neisen

James Neisen left a positive review 5/28/2015

I thought it was a nice review, and I liked how the presenter answered any specific questions I had, and seemed to genuinely care that his presentation had been useful.

John Milton

John Milton left a positive review 5/19/2015

This presentation added much to my understanding of the topic. As a physicist with an interest in the science-religion interface, I have thought mostly of this issue in terms of the fall of the Fall connected to an acceptance of evolution as a fact. I have especially found the writings of John Haught, Denis Edwards, Ilia Deleo, Elizabeth Johnson to be helful. And most to the point of Dr. Cavanaugh's presentation I found "Chirtianity in Evolution" by Jack Mahoney to be quite enlightening. But the political history gave me another perspective. Is it possible that Catholic Studies could bring John Haught to campus for a presentation?

Betty Ann McNeil

Betty Ann McNeil left a positive review 5/18/2015

One of the top DRMA lectures to date.

Edgar Flores

Edgar Flores left a positive review 1/27/2015

Great informational about M.E.Ch.A De DePaul and what their plans are for this year!

Mary Amico

Mary Amico posted a photo 9/18/2014

Linda Graf

Linda Graf left a positive review 2/19/2013

A wonderful presentation on the History of the Daughters of Charity in Healthcare! I had no idea what pioneering feminists they were!! I can't wait to share this with faculty, students, and staff.

Linda Graf

Linda Graf left a positive review 2/17/2014

A most enlightening presentation about the history of the Vincentian Mission in Healthcare! I learned so much-I can't wait to share this with other faculty and students and staff!!

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