School of Music Concert and Events

DePaul University School of Music has a full calendar in January and February. From performances by international guest, alumni, faculty, and students, the variety of recitals next month offer a wide range of choices to pick from.

Among these events are two symphonies, the DePaul Symphony Orchestra on February 2 and the DePaul Wind Symphony on February 3. Both events will be held at the DePaul Concert Hall at 800 W. Belden Ave at 8 p.m.

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All concerts and events are free. To view their full schedule and register for events, visit their calendar here.

Upcoming Event: 13th Annual WSA Award Ceremony

13th Annual Women of Spirit and Action (WSA) Award Ceremony
Thursday, November 2, 2017
9:00 – 10:30 am
Lincoln Park Student Center, Room 120

The DePaul Women’s Network and the Office of Institutional Diversity and Equity call upon all members of the DePaul community to recognize female faculty, staff and students who truly exemplify the Vincentian leadership embodied by St. Louise. Though the award honors DePaul women, we encourage all members of our university community (men and women, faculty, staff, and students) to recognize an honoree for this award.

In addition, the members of DWN enthusiastically invite you to join us at the 2017 St Louise de Marillac Women of Spirit and Action Awards Ceremony. We’ll come together for breakfast, a keynote speaker, and a celebration of the honorees.

Recognize a woman of spirit and action today! Submissions accepted through October 25. 

Register for the free event today! Registration is open until October 30.

If you have questions about nominations or event registration, please email Kate Lower, DNW’s Director of Service & Outreach, at

Upcoming Event: Race and Social Identity in the Classroom Forum

Race and Social Identity in the Classroom 
2017 Fall Forum on Teaching and Learning 
Friday, October 20, 2017
9:30 pm – 2:00 pm
Lincoln Park Student Center 120AB

Each year, the Fall forum brings together members from across the university for a day focused on exploring issues related to teaching and learning. This year’s theme, “Race and Social Identity in the Classroom,” is especially important given our university’s commitment to the education of a diverse student body and in light of recent events, such as the violent white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia.

Terrell Strayhorn, PhD, will serve as this year’s keynote speaker and will also facilitate an hour-long workshop after lunch. Strayhorn is the author of 10 books and over 200 book chapters, journal articles, and other scholarly publications. His most recognized book College Students’ Sense of Belonging: A Key to Educational Success, available as an eBook from the DePaul University Library. He has given invited keynotes and lectures at more than 500 universities and conferences across the globe.

Participants are encouraged to attend the entire event but are welcome to come and go as their schedule allows.

For more information and to register, click here.

Courier 12 Screenwriting Conference


The DePaul School of Cinematic Arts’ annual Courier 12 Screenwriting Conference will take place on Saturday September 30th at the Loop Campus. Courier 12 is the Midwest’s premier screenwriting event, presenting a series of panel discussions with the top writing talent and executives in the entertainment industry. All panels take place in the lower level theater of 247 S. State Street (The Daley Building) from 12:00-7:00 P.M. Admission is free and open to the public, but seats are limited.

For more information on the specific events, and to register, visit the event website here.

FRIDAY – Just in Time Job & Internship Fair

The Career Center’s 2017 Just in Time Job & Internship Fair is coming up on Friday, June 2 from 11am-2pm in the Lincoln Park Student Center 120AB.

DePaul University’s Just in Time Job Fair is designed exclusively for students, alumni, and soon-to-be graduates. Recruiters from a wide variety of industries will be seeking qualified job, internship, and post-graduate service volunteer candidates of all majors and experience levels at this event.

Please note that this fair is NOT open to the general public. You must be a DePaul student or alumnus to attend.

Professional dress is strongly recommended.

Before the Fair:
  • Have your Resume Reviewed. Visit the Career Center’s Peer Career Advisors for a resume review. Peer Career Advisors are highly trained undergraduates who advise students and alumni concerning basic career related issues on a walk-in basis. Bring multiple copies of your updated resume to the fair.
  • Practice Interviewing. Make sure to practice your interviewing skills on DePaul InterviewStream whenever you want to prepare for all of your job, internship and co-op interviews.
  • Research Companies and Positions. Make sure to research companies and positions you are interested in prior to the fair. Rather than spending time asking employers questions that have easy-to-find answers, focus on discussing how your skills and experiences match what they are looking for. This information is on Handshake and Career Fair +.
  • Download the Career Fair Plus App. Through this app you have access to a complete employer listing, event details, and real-time updates in the palm of your hands. The app can be accessed for both IOS and Android.

At the Fair:

  • Visit the ASK Oasis. ASK mentors along with DePaul Career Center advisors will be available on-site to review resumes, and help you practice your pitch before walking into the fair.

View a full list of employers and register for the event here.