Like a good deal? Who doesn’t like a good deal. Demon Discounts is a nice perk many businesses and attractions provide DePaul Students. Check their home page: http://discounts.depaul.edu for the latest deals. Another tip is a lot of businesses around campus will provide a discount if you ask and show your ID even if they aren’t on the official Demon Discounts roster!
MALS/IDS is happy to announce the release of our latest issue of Convergence. MALS/IDS students and alumni should anticipate the arrival of Convergence in their mailboxes within the next few weeks. Until then please browse the issue (here) on our blog. This edition has a wide range of topics and personalities featured. The benefits of attending conferences is explored. Sarah Brown, the senior Technology Consultant and Project Lead for e-portfolios at DePaul, shares her insights on Digication. Graduating students Hakki Gurkan and Megan Metzger give first-person narratives reflecting on their time at DePaul. Finally we welcome two new students, Rachel Conrad and Sana Bell, who were interviewed about starting their DePaul journeys.
To open in a new window: Convergence_2016_April12
Each quarter DePaul hosts a graduate school open house to assist people in their search for continuing their educational journeys. The 2015-2016 academic year spring quarter open house coming up next month:
DPU Graduate Open House
Thursday, May, 12, 2016
5:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Lincoln Park Student Center
2250 N Sheffield Ave
Chicago, IL 60614
For more details and to register for this event click here to view the official invite: https://admevents.depaul.edu/event.aspx?id=23128
DePaul MALS graduate Rosalyn LaPier and co-writer David Beck are giving a presentation on their book Indians in Chicago: Stores of Native American Activism tomorrow, Friday, April 8, 2016, 1:30-3:00 pm at the Chicago American Indian Center, 1630 Wilson Avenue, Chicago. This work grew from LaPier’s DePaul thesis and is a labor of love for LaPier as she has Blackfeet and Metis heritage. This event is hosted by “One Book” and Medill Fridays, Northwestern University. FREE & PUBLIC WELCOME