The University Center for Writing-based Learning (UCWbL) is now hiring undergraduate and graduate students to work as peer writing tutors during the 2013/2014 academic year. Please visit depaul.edu/writing/who/join_staff to learn all about this unique opportunity for student employment and get the complete application instructions.
In addition, the UCWbL will be hosting two open house events where prospective employees can find out more about working at the UCWbL and meet members of our staff and administration:
- Loop Campus: Monday, April 15th | 4-5:30pm | 1600 Lewis
- Lincoln Park Campus: Tuesday, April 16th | 4-5:30pm | 250 McGaw
Applications are due on April 29th, 2013 by noon.
DePaul’s Office of Adult, Commuter, and Veteran Students Affairs is pleased to announce their upcoming Conference for Students with Children. This half-day mini-conference on May 4th will allow students that have children to network with other like students and gain valuable information and resources through keynotes, sessions, and much more.
At the conference families will participate in a number of activities and workshops. Topics will include early childhood education, managing stress, spirituality, long term planning, and pursuing your passion while you parent. Breakfast and lunch will be provided. Students are encouraged to bring
their family members. Child friendly activities to be announced, and free child-care will also be available.
The keynote speaker will be Art Munin, author of Color by Number: Understanding Racism though Facts and Stats.
This event is free and open to all students who have a child and their immediate family guests, but registration is required by April 29th.
More information and registration can be found at: studentaffairs.depaul.edu/adultstudentservices/Students_with_Children_Conference
DePaul University’s Master of Arts in Liberal Studies & Master of Arts and Science in Interdisciplinary Studies programs would like to announce a call for papers and presentations for their 2013 AGLSP Conference in Chicago, Urban Gateways: Immigration and the Global City. The conference will take place from October 10-12th, 2012, in Chicago, and proposals are due on June 1st, 2013.
Cities have always been gateways to new dreams. For past and present global migrants, ethnic enclaves beckon with foods, houses of worship, and shops that provide the atmosphere of home, and buffer the transition to hybrid identity. But how does the immigration experience differ today from that of the past? What factors drive immigration today, and what new forms of urban culture do they create? How do economic, political and social issues impact the urban immigrant experience?
The 2013 AGLSP Conference in Chicago invites papers that explore immigrant life in cities large and small through history, the social sciences, literature and the arts. Papers may be based in particular disciplines, but special consideration will be given to papers which combine the perspectives of various disciplines, and which engage academic but non-specialist audiences. Proposals that address the integration of this theme into Liberal Studies curricula and classes are
Presentations should be 20 minutes long with an additional 5 to 10 minutes for questions. Visual and other media are welcome where appropriate, but prospective presenters are reminded to rely on PowerPoint only when it offers an appropriate enhancement to the material.
Please complete the Presentation Proposal Form found at aglsp.org including a 1-2 page Abstract. Please supply all the required information, save the form to your file and attach it to an email to David Gitomer (email@example.com), MALS & IDS Director at DePaul University, by June 1st, 2013. Additional information about the conference can be found at aglsp.org.
Fugue Literary Journal is currently accepting submissions for their annual writing contest. Our judges are Claudia Emerson (poetry) and Duff Brenna (prose). First place in each genre will receive $1,000, and all entries are considered for publication. The deadline for submissions is May 1st, 2013, and more information can be found on their website at www.fuguejournal.org.