This event will offer students and alumni the opportunity to explore the intersections of media, technology, and design – in a fast-changing and incredibly virtual space. A diverse panel of thought leaders from various industries, including technology, media, and the arts will discuss how their industries are moving forward post-pandemic.
- Sarah Conway, Senior Reporter & Special Project Manager at City Bureau
- Nazia Roof, Digital Transformation Leader at CBIC
- David Elutilo, Head of Operations and Lead Developer at The Triibe
- Olivia Mancuso, Community Director of 2112
Thursday, June 3rd, 12:00 pm CDT – 1:00 pm CDT
In case you missed the 12th Annual Spring English Conference, be sure to check out the recorded keynote address and panels! They’re on the website here.
The Center for Latino Research is hosting a free screening of the film The Infiltrators, from May 24th until May 28th. Use the link below to be taken to the streaming platform, click “Unlock for free,” and enter the code “depaul.”
On Zoom, Wednesday, May 19th at 3PM-4PM (TODAY)
Please join the LGBTQ Studies program and the graduate program in Writing and Publishing for MAKING THE WORLD MORE BEARABLE: A reading and conversation with poet Danez Smith. This hour with Danez Smith is OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. The poet will be interviewed by two DePaul students: Dahryl Covington and ShelLean Beasely.
Danez Smith is a Black, Queer, Poz writer & performer from St. Paul, MN. Danez is the author of Homie (Graywolf 2020), Don’t Call Us Dead (Graywolf Press, 2017), and Black Movie (Button Poetry, 2015). They also wrote [insert] boy (YesYes Books, 2014), winner of the Kate Tufts Discovery Award and the Lambda Literary Award for Gay Poetry. Hope to see you there!
The DePaul community, friends and family are invited to register for this year’s TEDxDePaulUniversity free online event, “The Unexpected.” The event will take place on May 21 from 11:30-1pm CST. To learn more, visit the official DePaul University TEDx site here.
About the 2021 speakers
Six DePaul community members were selected to speak and explore the theme of how some of life’s most important lessons are often the most unexpected.
- Jacqueline Kelly-McHale, faculty, School of Music
- Jamal McPherson, graduate student, School of Public Service
- Coya Paz, interim dean, The Theatre School
- Priyanka Podjale, 2020 graduate, College of Communication
- Azucena “Ceni” De La Torre, ministry coordinator, Catholic Campus Ministry; 2014 graduate, College of Communication
- David Wellman, director, Grace School of Applied Diplomacy