Spring English Conference: Save the Date!



International Studies Student Conference

The International Studies Programs at DePaul & University of Illinois in Chicago invite graduate and undergraduate students to submit a one-page proposal to present their research at the 2018 annual student conference to be held on Thursday, May 3rd at DePaul University. Submissions from all departments are welcome.

Proposal submission deadline: Friday, February 18, 2018.

View full submission guidelines.

Info Session: Study Abroad in Berlin

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You are invited to a special information session on DePaul law school’s Berlin Study Abroad program, “Law & Critical Social Justice.” Each summer, this American Bar Association approved program invites select undergraduate and graduate students outside of the College of Law to join this interdisciplinary program at the world-renowned Humboldt University of Berlin where students will take two courses on Intersectionality & Human Rights and History, Memory & Law for 8 LAS credits. Find out how you can satisfy the Experiential Learning requirement or LSP requirements for Social, Cultural, Behavioral Inquiry or Understanding the Past.

Wed, Jan. 31st from 3-4pm
Rosati Room #300
Richardson Library
2350 N. Kenmore Ave.

Snacks will be provided.

RSVP today!

Find more information on The National Jurist and on DePaul’s website.

Apply for the program here.

Movie Screening, Conversation with Michael Shannon


In Conversation with Great Minds
Michael Shannon

Monday, January 29, 2018
DePaul Student Center, Room 120
2250 N Sheffield Avenue, Chicago

6-8:00 PM: Screening of Take Shelter (2011, dir. Jeff Nichols)
8-9:00 PM: Conversation

Academy Award/Golden Globe nominee and SAG Award winner, Michael Shannon visits the DePaul Humanities Center and joins Center director H. Peter Steeves to talk about a career that has taken him from stage (“Bug”) to television (“Empire Boardwalk”) to film (Nocturnal Animals), establishing him as one of the most talented, compelling, creative, and original artists of our time.

Golden Shovel Poetry Competition


February 1st, 2018 deadline

Open to middle school, high school and college students living in the United States and internationally, the Golden Shovel Anthology Competition invites young adults to submit original poems that adhere to the Golden Shovel form following the competition rules. No fee is required to submit.

International Volunteer Opportunities


Writers, English Majors, Alumni & Professors Needed  Internationally

Have you always wanted to apply your writing or English skills in other countries?
Your skills are needed in Uganda, Morocco, Lebanon, Nepal, Honduras, Cameroon, and Peru. From tutoring to grant writing, you can help make a difference.

Visit the NGOabroad website to learn more.

These are volunteer opportunities.
Applications accepted on a rolling basis.