Entrepreneur and corporate chief C. Richard Panico was recognized by DePaul University for his firm’s ethics-driven philosophy and uncompromising integrity. He is the first recipient of the International Award for Corporate Ethics and Excellence.
10/18/2013 6:00 PM EDT
The critical issue of homelessness and how to better assist policymakers and those who deliver services to the homeless, is at the heart of a new Institute for Global Homelessness, a collaboration announced Sept. 26 by DePaul University and Depaul...
9/26/2013 4:00 PM EDT
Optimistic, bright, sparkling — adjectives used by American composer Augusta Read Thomas to describe “Aureole,” a piece commissioned to mark the DePaul University School of Music’s centennial. The composition, written by Thomas as a prelude...
5/27/2013 10:00 PM EDT
As the tastes of video gamers migrate from big console games to smaller mobile titles, a host of independent, upstart studios have surfaced in Chicago, staffed by a mix of newcomers from DePaul University and industry vets from the old studios.
4/25/2013 8:40 AM EDT
DePaul University’s School of Cinema and Interactive Media is teaming up with Cinespace Chicago, the city’s premiere movie studio, to create a learning environment that will provide students with film and television production experience in the...
4/8/2013 1:15 AM EDT
According to Jeff Bergen, a mathematics professor at DePaul University in Chicago and a lifelong collegiate basketball fan, the odds of picking a perfect bracket are less than one-in-9.2 quintillion. He demonstrates the math on YouTube.
3/7/2013 1:05 AM EST
The Vincentian Studies Institute of DePaul University in Chicago has launched an online research archive that provides access to historical documents on the Catholic Reformation, with special focus on Vincentian history.
2/18/2013 7:00 AM EST
Affectionate behavior may not be all that it seems, according to a new study by relational communication expert Sean Horan, an assistant professor at DePaul University, and co-author Melanie Booth-Butterfield, a professor at West Virginia University.
2/14/2013 8:20 AM EST
St. Patrick’s Day has become an American tradition where everyone is Irish. However, these annual March celebrations were born from the painful experiences of early Irish immigrants, many of whom were Catholic, says Mary McCain, Irish studies...
2/27/2013 3:05 PM EST
The year 2013 marks the 30th anniversary of the original “Mario Bros.” arcade game, which introduced Mario’s fraternal twin brother Luigi. In terms of celebration, however, Luigi remains strictly second banana; the Robin to Mario’s Batman,...
2/5/2013 10:30 AM EST
Joseph Ferrari, author of “Still Procrastinating?: The No Regrets Guide to Getting it Done,” says now is the time to start thinking about New Year’s resolutions, especially if you’re a procrastinator.
12/7/2012 4:00 PM EST