College News & Events

There is always a lot going on in the College of Science and Health.  Keep up with college-related news and events here.​

Psychology Doctoral Students Earn Prestigious Fellowship

Psychology Doctoral Students Earn Prestigious Fellowship

​Four DePaul doctoral students have earned highly competitive fellowships with the American Psychological Association. The Minority Fellowship Program, known as MFP, has a selection rate of only 7%.... read more

Research Excellence

Research Excellence

​​​​​​​​The 2024 CSH Excellence in Undergraduate Research award was granted to Sophie Young, a chemistry and biochemistry major who has conducted pioneering research on inflammatory caspases, enzymes... read more

Student Researchers Share Their Findings

Student Researchers Share Their Findings

College of Science and Health students find research and scholarly engagement a key part of their learning experience at DePaul - and many of them had the opportunity to demonstrate it this month at a... read more

Confronting the Burden of Hate

Confronting the Burden of Hate

​Carolyn Pham, doctoral student in Industrial-Organizational Psychology, works to understand and mitigate the forms of racial prejudice that Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders (AAPI) face in their... read more

Healthcare to Zoology

Healthcare to Zoology

​This summer offered exciting research opportunities for recipients of the Dean's Undergraduate Fellowship. The 10-week internship program allows College of Science and Health students to conduct... read more

First-Hand Discovery

First-Hand Discovery

​The College of Science and Health congratulates the 2023 cohort of the Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science biomedical research program! Six DePaul University undergraduate students... read more

Research Excellence

Research Excellence

​The 2023 CSH Excellence in Undergraduate Research Award was granted to Katherine Petralia, an Environmental Science and Studies student with a passion for ecology and a double major in Theatre. The... read more

An Urgent Case for Conservation

An Urgent Case for Conservation

Conservation efforts are more important than ever, as indicated in a new study conducted by Dr. Christie Klimas, Associate Professor of Environmental Science and Studies. In partnership with Dr.... read more

Students Awarded $10,000 Space Grant Fellowship

Students Awarded $10,000 Space Grant Fellowship

​​​​​​​Four graduate students from across the College are 2023 recipients of a prestigious $10,000 fellowship from the Illinois Space Grant Consortium (ISGC). DePaul University has been a member of... read more

New Clues for an Extinct Megamouth Shark

New Clues for an Extinct Megamouth Shark

​In the first study of its kind, graduate student Alexandra Krak and Biological Sciences Professor Kenshu Shimada have used an innovative method to reconstruct the dentition of an extinct megamouth... read more

Community Psychology and Healthcare

Community Psychology and Healthcare

​​Taylor Swenski, doctoral student in Community Psychology, is interested in the connection between mental and physical health and the community structures that can help support both people of color... read more

Pursuing Equity in Healthcare

Pursuing Equity in Healthcare

Like every student in DePaul's Masters of Entry in Nursing (MENP) program, Gilliane Nwafor (Nursing, 2022) did not have a background in nursing or clinical healthcare. The MENP program prepares... read more

'Illinois Researchers to Know' Features DePaul Faculty in Ecology, Environmental Science and Cybersecurity

'Illinois Researchers to Know' Features DePaul Faculty in Ecology, Environmental Science and Cybersecurity

​This article is from Newsline. To view the original article, please click here.Three DePaul faculty whose research is driving innovation have been named Researchers to Know by the Illinois... read more

Breaking the Pattern

Breaking the Pattern

​Mathematics and the many patterns it contains are essential to the way our world and technology works, from the 0's and 1's of computer coding to the algebra that supports scientific... read more

How Heat Travels

How Heat Travels

(Pexels.com) Improving carbon-free electricity generation is increasingly vital in the ongoing fight against climate change. In solar energy devices called photovoltaics, sunlight is converted... read more

Dr. Megan Greeson recipient of 2022 Mid-Career Excellence in Research Award

Dr. Megan Greeson recipient of 2022 Mid-Career Excellence in Research Award

​Dr. Megan Greeson joined DePaul in 2013 as an Assistant Professor and was promoted to Associate Professor with tenure in 2019. She is a community psychologist and the current director for... read more

Psychologist authors op-ed on the Chicago homeless

Psychologist authors op-ed on the Chicago homeless

​​​​Dr. Molly Brown, Assistant Professor of Clinical-Community Psychology in the College of Science and Health, has written an op-ed for the Chicago Tribune that explores the “point-in-time"... read more

Recent graduate publishes in prestigious journal

Recent graduate publishes in prestigious journal

​​​​​​​​Kiana Mittelstaedt is a former Undergraduate Summer Research Program (USRP) student who worked with Dr. T. Kyle Petersen in the summer of 2018. After graduating from DePaul in 2018 with a... read more