The School of Public Service is proud to be related to and help support two different projects that perform very different missions.
Established in spring
of 2002 by William and Mary Pat Gannon Hay, Vincent on Leadership: The Hay
Project carries out the vision of its founders to develop an awareness of
Vincent-inspired leadership concepts and practices within the University
community and Vincentian communities worldwide. The Hay Project draws its leadership model from the
leadership, organizational, and managerial characteristics of St. Vincent de
Paul. Vincentian leadership tools, training, and resources provide individuals
and organizations an opportunity to evaluate and grow in their personal,
collective and organizational leadership competencies relating to mission,
task, people, and service.
research and leadership development in the manner of St. Vincent de Paul, the
Hay Project ensures the continuance of the legacy of de Paul’s organizational
genius and leadership skills in the service of others. Vincent on Leadership:
The Hay Project awakens and advances the vision, values, and leadership
practices of St. Vincent de Paul. It is a reflection of DePaul University’s
mission to contribute to the societal, economic, cultural, and ethical quality
of life and to the mission of the School of Public Service in developing public
service leaders within the global community.
Led by Professor Patricia Bombard.
Institute's mission is to advance the principles of effective infrastructure,
land use, zoning, and transportation. It seeks to engage professionals,
concerned citizens, and students in an educational debate that enhances
awareness of development-related issues in our region. The Chaddick Institute,
created in 1993, was made possible by a gift from the Harry F. and Elaine M.
Chaddick Foundation. Mr. Chaddick was a prominent civil servant and real estate
developer in Chicago. He also served as the zoning administrator for the city
Directed by Professor Joseph Schwieterman.