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Idea Design Studio Helps Promote Women Inventors

Idea Design Studio is committed to helping men and women who desire to see their inventions prosper. Although only 10% of all patents awarded through 2000 were given to women, it is not too late to change the stigma in the 21st century. 257 more words


Black money declaration without PAN to be accepted

The I-T department has been directed to accept declarations without PAN under the black money compliance window, but ensure that the unique number is later obtained by the entity concerned. 256 more words

Income Tax

Reminder: Graduate Open House

Just a reminder that the Graduate Open House is coming up on October 13th! If you are interested in learning more about our MALS and IDS programs and about the work our students have done, please join us in the… 53 more words

Depaul University

Three reasons to clear 60 minutes on your Wednesday calendar.

  1. You know you’ve always wanted a free opportunity to gain an understanding of the scientific criteria for early loading, crestal bone preservation with implant thread design and prosthetic simplicity (10 diameter implants using one prosthetic connection).
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Brown Bag Series 2016-17 - Fall Quarter

Here are the events for Fall Quarter’s Brown Bag Series, hosted by the Office of Institutional Diversity and Equity:
University Action Plan Regarding Race and Speech (Open Forum) 77 more words

Depaul University

Idea Design Studio Looks Back on First US Patents

History has a way of repeating itself and the team at Idea Design Studio wants inventors to learn from the past. In 1790, the US Government passed the first patent law, but only three patents were granted that year. 264 more words


Emergent Speakers Series: Towards Collective Liberation

Towards Collective Liberation: Anti-Racist Organizing. Feminist Praxis and Movement Building Strategy.

“Drawing on over 25 years of organizing experience, Chris Crass will share insights on developing healthy culture for activism, vision and strategy to nourish radical political imagination, build powerful alliances, and sustain us in the work of building grassroots liberatory movements for change.” 24 more words

Depaul University