On an annual basis, the Office of Mission and
Values, offers a mission-themed inservice program to university constituencies. The purpose of this inservice is to select a topical and relevant theme that enables members of the university to explore some applied aspect of our mission and values.
What do we mean by Catholic?
This year as part of the implementation efforts supporting Vision Twenty 12’s proposed enhancement of the university’s Catholic identity, the Office of Mission and Values and University Ministry are pleased to offer in-service opportunities to faculty, staff, and administrators in all the schools, colleges, academic affairs and operations areas of the university in which we will continue our institutional conversation about the nature of DePaul’s Catholic identity.
The in-service will normally last for 60 minutes and will include:
A few opening remarks from the facilitators on Catholic Higher Education
- A discussion about DePaul University’s Catholic identity using the concept paper "DePaul University's Catholic Identity and the Student Experience."
Mark Laboe, Associate Vice President for University Ministry
Fr. Chris Robinson, C.M., Associate Director of University Ministry
Rev. Craig Mousin, JD, Ombudsperson
Tom Drexler, Assistant Vice President, Mission and Values