Created in 2011 as a response to the nation’s growing demands for science and health professionals, the College of Science and Health provides students with innovative, science-based curricula with a strong liberal arts foundation. Our departments represent the natural sciences, mathematics, psychology, nursing and health science, each of which is committed to providing the highest quality education. The College of Science and Health educates students with a strong Vincentian commitment to social justice and civic engagement. The college provides mathematical and scientific education/literacy for all undergraduate students within the university and participates in all aspects of DePaul’s distinctive Liberal Studies Program.
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Pathways Honors is a selective cohort-based program designed for highly qualified and motivated pre-professional students pursuing a health career. It was designed in partnership with Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science. Pathways Honors Students receive graduate-level advising/mentoring, exposure to the health care practice from a professional perspective, and unique summer research opportunities. Learn more
Many of the college's full-time faculty are engaged in active scholarly projects, many of which provide first-hand research experiences for graduate and undergraduate students.
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In addition to showcasing student research, Psych Night is an opportunity for our department to celebrate some of our brightest students for their scholarship and service. We will recognize our Psi Chi and Psychology club students, Student of the Year, Honors students, McNair scholars, DUOS scholars, Human Services and Community interns, statistics tutors, and peer mentors. We will also induct our newest Psi Chi National Honor Society members.
You are what you eat, but do you really know what you are? Food often has secrets, and things aren’t always what they seem to be—even when they are right there on your plate. The DHC concludes its academic season with the final installment of its series on eating by inviting three experts willing to pull back the curtain, peer into the kitchen, and investigate the secret life of food. Celebrated author Rowan Jacobsen returns to DePaul and goes looking for animal-free foods that mimic the taste, texture, and appearance of meat and dairy in “Hacking Meat.” The New Yorker contributor Nicola Twilley braves the cold in order to expose the ways in which refrigeration technology has fundamentally altered what we eat in “The Distributed Winter.” And celebrity chef Judson Todd Allen turns up the heat as he uncovers the ways in which spices alter our experiences of food in “The Spice Diet.”
Discounted parking available. See DHC staff for details.
DePaul Commemorates Memorial Day …
Thursday, May 26
14 E. Jackson Blvd, Chicago
Daley Building Lower Level Theater
This event is free and open to the public.
Limited seating available for this event. First come, first serve.
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The production of Veterans Voices by Erasing the Distance focuses on the mental health issues facing active military, veterans, and their families. We explore five real-life stories performed by members of their artistic team under the direction of ETD company member Ron E. Rains. Every performance is followed by a moderated, interactive talkback to process the shows themes.
Erasing the Distance, founded in 2005 by a DePaul alumnus, is a highly respected Chicago-based theatre company that uses the power of performance to shed light on issues of mental health. The productions are known for their unflinching honesty and emotional power and have been seen by over 55,000 people so far throughout Illinois and beyond. They are brought to life by some of Chicago’s best professional actors, often seen on the stages of the Goodman, Steppenwolf, The Court and Victory Gardens.
This President Diversity Series event is in partnership with DePaul University School for New Learning Adult Men of Color Initiative, Office of Institutional Diversity and Equity, DePaul Office of Veteran Student Services and Student Veterans Union in collaboration with Erasing the Distance. Veterans Voices was created in partnership with The Chicago School of Professional Psychology.
The College of Science and Health has five Centers & Institutes. The STEM Center, the Quantitative Reasoning Center, the Center for Community Research, DePaul Family and Community Services, and the Institute for Nature and Culture.
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