On October 6th, the DePaul Humanities Center will be presenting their first Fall Quarter Event:
Sounds Generate with Almost Nothing from a Fully Corrupted Material– Samuel Beckett’s Happy Days
Chicago’s Theatre Y presents a “soundscape” deconstruction of the classic Beckett play as we launch the “Lend Me Your Ears: The Sound of the Humanities” series.
Monday, October 6
DePaul Lincoln Park Student Center Room 120
This event is free and open to the public!
The MALS/IDS Programs will have a table at the DePaul Graduate School Open House on Thursday, October 16th and would love to see you there!
You are invited to attend this Graduate School Open House to learn more about our Master of Arts in Liberal Studies and our Interdisciplinary Studies Programs.
Master of Arts in Liberal Studies (MALS)
- MALS has a core curriculum beginning with four rich interdisciplinary courses and ending with a thesis or culminating project of your own design. Between the core and the culminating project, you choose electives from any area in the liberal arts, creating your own concentration.
- MALS is an interdisciplinary graduate program for working adults- a true master’s program with intellectual rigor. For MALS students, education is a priority. Through the program, you will be transformed into a confident intellectual with knowledge and skills that can advance your personal success and satisfaction– in life and in the world.
Masters of Arts/Master of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies (IDS)
- IDS has no core curriculum; a thesis is not required, but you may choose to do a thesis or culminating project. The IDS program is 100 percent student-constructed (with faculty assistance and oversight).
- IDS is the only graduate program in the Chicago area that permits a completely individualized course of study by allowing you to choose classes not only from different departments, but even from different colleges and schools within the university. In this program, you are highly independent and autonomous. IDS is the right choice for both the professional seeking to retool for a career shift and for the intellectually driven adult whose interests lie in areas beyond traditional liberal arts.
Location: Lincoln Park Campus Student Center
2250 North Sheffield Avenue
Chicago, IL 60614
Time: Open House: 5:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Graduate Admission FAQ Panel begins at 4:00 p.m.
For more information about the Graduate Open House please call 773-325-8312 or email the Admissions Office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
More information and the registration link can be found on the Admissions Event Calendar.
On September 30th, Loyola University Chicago will be hosting Chicago writer Stuart Dybek as part of their Friends of the Loyola Library Speaker Series. DePaul MALS/IDS Students may remember Dybek as the keynote speaker at the October 2013 AGLSP conference. Dybek has received numerous literary honors including a Guggenheim Fellowship, the PEN/Malamud Award, and a MacArthur “genius” Fellowship.
More information on this free Loyola event can be found here.
Photo Credit: Jon Randolph
The DePaul Humanities Center announced its 2014-2015 season recently, featuring a fantastic array of programming planned for the entire year. This programming includes the return of continuing series, several stand-alone special events, and three new year-long series added to the season.
You can find more information about the DePaul Humanities Center by visiting their Facebook page.
Check back to Dense, Joyous, Modern as we highlight various upcoming events from the Humanities Center!