Learn how our program helps at-risk teens reduce stress, anxiety and aggression.
Discover how studying a protein may lead to curing and preventing Alzheimer's disease.
Find out why researchers are working to eliminate health disparities around the world.
Dive into the field of art and cultural heritage law with center director Patty Gerstenblith.
Learn about the importance of Big Data from Marina Girju of DePaul's Driehaus College of Business.
Two DePaul professors are bridging religion and business ethics in a new publication.
Bin Jiang, a management professor, talks about his decision to join DePaul in 2004 and his new role as the first Driehaus Fellow.
Brining his passion for jazz to the classroom, Professor Lark inspires his students—and elevates DePaul’s jazz program.
Nan Cibula-Jenkins’s impressive career in costume design brings invaluable experience into the classroom.
Kelly Pope and Rick Salisbury’s award-winning 2011 educational documentary provides a framework for examining ethical dilemmas.
Associate professor Jim Duignan’s Stockyard Institute has grown into a model for arts education over the past two decades.
Today, Professor Aguirre’s evolutionary research sheds new light on the history of freshwater fishes.
Lexa Murphy and other DePaul University faculty hope to eventually work themselves out of their jobs fighting HIV and AIDS in Kenya.
College of Communication professor Matt Ragas received a 2011 award for his dissertation studying parallels between the news media and corporations.
DePaul’s Center for Data Mining and Predictive Analytics links the university with industry partners and provides fantastic opportunities for its students.
Suzanne Bell discusses her research and how it is contributing to long-distance space exploration.
Enid Montague discusses the Health Informatics program’s distinctive value.
Nezih Altay discusses solutions to bring relief to devastated places and people.