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This section of our site provides a detailed list of resources LAS faculty should have easy access to. If you have any questions regarding any of our links or applications, please don't hesitate to
Don't want to keep track of all the individual web applications? Bookmark
LAS One Site, a single place for LAS faculty to access all applications they have access to, in one click.
Need to access LAS Office of the Dean memos, policies, vendor/volunteer COVID-19 vaccine compliance certification information or business continuity plans? Bookmark
LAS SharePoint Site to view documents.
Instructional Continuity Preparation Checklist as you plan services to deliver coursework and complete grading for our students in emergency circumstances. In accordance with University policy, the
purpose is to provide reasonable, but not absolute, assurance that DePaul's business will continue as soon as possible after any incident that disrupts some or all of the university's essential business operations.
Many of the websites below are only accessible to members of the LAS community and require Campus Connect credentials.
LAS Shared Governance Document
LAS Central - Allows members of LAS to view current contact information for all faculty and staff, lists current chairs and department assistants, and lists current committee members. (View Instructions) | (View Instructional Video)
LAS College Senate SharePoint Site - A centralized location for all information related to the College Senate.
LASAC SharePoint Site - Allows members of LASAC to access important LASAC-centric information.
Contingent Faculty Document Curriculum Proposal Dates Schedule Planning
Contingent Faculty Document Curriculum Proposal Dates Schedule Planning
LAS Elections - Allows LAS faculty to vote online during committee elections. | (View Instructions on How to Self-nominate and Vote)
The University Faculty Handbook
LAS Data Request Form – An online form to request data on courses, majors, or whatever you would like to know. If it is available we will do our best to get it for you.
Tableau is a data visualization software used by the University. There are both university-wide and LAS-specific reports housed within this system (if you have not previously been granted access you will need to request it (please email LASTech@depaul.edu).
Information and instructional videos on how to use Tableau.
Annual Assessment Report - Allows faculty to submit their Annual Assessment Report
Application to Teach LSP 200 in Summer - Allows eligible faculty to apply to teach LSP 200 over the summer.
Center for Latino Research Fellowship - Allows faculty university-wide to apply for a Center for Latino Research Faculty Fellowship
CIM Courses - Allows LAS faculty members to submit and track proposals for new LAS courses and revisions to existing LAS courses.
Creating Knowledge - Allows departmental faculty to submit student work for the Creating Knowledge publication. View instructions
DPRUpdate - Allows LAS faculty and advisors in the undergradaute office to submit update requests regarding LAS undergraduate student DPRs. (View Instructions)
Excellence in Teaching Award Nomination - Allows faculty, staff and students to nominate eligible faculty for an Excellence in Teaching Award and also allows nominees to submit the required documentation to support their nomination. (View Faculty Instructions) (View Chair Instructions)
Faculty Mentoring- Allows LAS faculty to volunteer to become a mentor or to seek out a mentor. (View Instructional Video)
Faculty Workload Worksheet - Allows LAS faculty members to submit their faculty workload worksheets and have them reviewed by their department chairs and the Dean's Office.
Grants - Allows LAS faculty and students to access and submit Undergraduate Research Assistantship Program (URAP), Summer Undergraduate Research Grant (SURG), Undergraduate Research Funding (URF), Faculty Summer Research Grant Program (FSRG), Graduate Research Funding (GRF) Program and Doctoral-Undergraduate Opportunities for Scholarship (DUOS) proposals online.
Humanities Fellowship - Allows faculty university-wide to apply for a Humanities Fellowship online.
Incomplete Grade Request Form - Allows LAS undergraduate and graduate students and faculty to create a formal document detailing an incomplete grade request.
Independent Study Form - Allows graduate and undergraduate students to submit independent study forms online where faculty can then review student requests. (View Instructions) (View Instructional Video)
LAS Central - Allows members of LAS to view current contact information for all faculty and staff, lists current chairs and department assistants, and lists current committee members. (View Instructions) (View Instructional Video)
LSP Course Proposal - Allows DePaul users university-wide to propose new courses for the First-Year Program and to request LSP credit for existing courses in their area.
Strategic Goal Tracking - Allows LAS faculty and staff to submit their department’s accomplishments towards Vision 2018.
Summer Advising - Allows faculty to apply for new undergraduate student advising in the summer.
Publicizing Events and Announcements on LAS Digital Monitors and Social Media Channels The College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences provides access to digital publicity on social media and monitors located on the first floor of Arts & Letters Hall and on the first floor of the 990 West Fullerton Building, at the Lincoln Park Campus. Monitors display college-wide announcements, college-sponsored and LAS unit-hosted event information, and important university-wide dates. To display event or announcement information, send information to LASmedia@depaul.edu.
Publicizing Events on Localist To publicize or send out advance notice of your event online, please make use of Localist, DePaul’s university-wide calendar. A Campus Connect or Facebook log-in is required. Once logged-in, click the small box labeled “Submit an Event” on the upper right side. The form is straightforward and can be filled out quickly. Of importance is to make sure to tag your submission with the name of the department or unit with which the event is affiliated, as well as to designate College of LAS. Once this is done, the event will automatically appear in the upcoming events feed on the LAS website, on your department’s or unit’s on-line calendar if one has been added to the website, as well as on other department’s or unit’s website if their filters include you. Should you require assistance with Localist, instructions can be found on the Information Services website.
Publicizing Faculty, Student or Alumni News When you want to publicize news about faculty, student or alumni achievement (aside from notifying the LAS Dean's Office and email@example.com), notify Marilyn Ferdinand in Advancement. Marilyn, who oversees the LAS quarterly alumni magazine Insights, also shares information with the office of University Marketing and Communications on a regular basis for use in DePaul Magazine, etc. Our college is frequently mentioned in “in-house” university venues such as Newsline. Stories can be submitted directly to Newsline using their online form.
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