This is a resources page intended to provide resources at DePaul University and in the Chicago area for faculty and staff who want to engage in collaborative research, instruction, curriculum design, creative activities, and other group work. Recently curated resources are available in this presentation.
The Matchmaking Hub is a program created by Innovation through Collaboration to provide a forum for faculty and staff to recruit participants for collaborative projects and to share areas of expertise that may be useful to others.
Affinity Groups are designed to connect faculty across academic units who share key common interests. There are currently six affinity groups: Health, Data, Chicago, Social Impact, Sustainability, and the China-DePaul Alliance.
Research Assistants for Collaborative Projects
Some academic units provide research assistantships to undergraduate and graduate students, including:
- College of Science and Health
- College of Education
- College of Law
- College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences
- College of Computing and Digital Media
- College of Communications
- The Irwin W. Steans Center
The Collaboratory (DePaul Center, Concourse Level, Room C101)
The University libraries (Lincoln Park and Loop locations)
A site developed by DePaul Web Communications Team to provide consultation and support for working on SharePoint sites at DePaul.
Information Services offers support for many types of technological needs.
Media Production and Training (MPT) is a department within Information Services, which provides technology training, and media production services to DePaul employees and students.
The Funding Opportunities page lists several kinds of collaborative grants faculty and staff can apply for to support their collaboration initiatives.
The Office of Research services provides resources to facilitate and support research carried out by faculty, staff, and students at DePaul University.
Other Resources from DePaul
Curriculum Approval Process
CCP (Committee on Curriculum and Programs) Guidelines for Proposal
Other Resources from the Community
Chicago Public Library