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Most of DePaul School for New Learning faculty taking buyouts

Most of DePaul School for New Learning faculty taking buyouts

Emma Oxnevad and Ella Lee, Assistant News Editor and Focus Editor

June 3, 2019

Eligible faculty in the School for New Learning were offered buyouts in light of the school’s “restructuring” come fall. Of the 26 eligible faculty, more than half are accepting the buyout.  “All of the tenured-lined faculty in the School for New Learning — that includes tenured and ten...

Faculty Council addresses diversity report, SNL restructuring

Carolyn Bradley, Copy Editor

February 11, 2019

DePaul’s Faculty Council offered several updates to university affairs as it addressed a newly released diversity report, amendments to the handbook and the School of New Learning restructuring at its Feb. 6 meeting. The diversity report’s data reflected self-reported racial demographics from 2002 t...

Faculty seek affirmation of SNL tenure rights, move to unionize

Mackenzie Murtaugh & Laycie Dressler, Opinions Editor & Contributing Writer

November 5, 2018

Faculty and staff of the School of New Learning (SNL) were left in limbo after a meeting of the Council of the Whole didn’t meet a quorum to vote on issues that have arisen from the school’s impending restructuring and other issues on Friday, Oct. 26 at the Merle Reskin theater. Members ...

Tenured profs. to be offered buyouts ahead of SNL restructuring

Tenured profs. to be offered buyouts ahead of SNL restructuring

Carina Smith, News Editor

September 17, 2018

The School of New Learning (SNL) will be facing reorganization in the next year, getting rid of many unique aspects of the school in favor of creating a new model for its adult learners. In a post published on Sept. 7 by DePaul’s communications newsletter Newsline, Provost Marten denBoer said that...

When will the bass stop? ‘SNL’ tackles EDM, makes a point

When will the bass stop? ‘SNL’ tackles EDM, makes a point

Kirsten Onsgard

May 27, 2014

In the same week the word “dubstep” was recognized by Merriam-Webster, Andy Samberg returned to Saturday Night Live with The Lonely Island to parody money- hungry DJs in a skit titled “When Will the Bass Drop?” The video features Samberg as Davvincii, a blatant spoof of DJ and producer ...

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