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ANNOUNCING the 7th Annual SUMMIT for 2016!!!

Friday, October 28, 2016

LPC: Cortelyou Commons



Watch for the new 2016 Summit website, coming soon! 

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Welcome to DePaul University's

6th annual

Peer Tutor & Mentor Summit


Friday, October 30, 2015


 Check-in & Coffee opens at 9:30

Cortelyou Commons

Lincoln Park Campus

2324 N Fremont St, Chicago

Network. Collaborate. Learn


A networking and community-building conference event for peer undergraduate and graduate student tutors, mentors, advisors and counselors, and their directors and supervisors, faculty, and professional staff, from all DePaul academic, professional, disciplined-based, cross-curricular, and student affairs offices, departments, and programs  




Explore our sections and pages for details on the the theme and the day, along with directions for attending as well as proposing and leading a Round Robin.  Check out our FAQs, too!

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 2015 KEYNOTE 

Growth Mindset Workshop 



from: New Student and Family Engagement 



Toni Fitzpatrick is the Associate Director of New Student & Family Engagement (NSFE).  She works closely with the Chicago Quarter program, including the Chicago Quarter Mentors, Staff Professionals, and the Common Hour curriculum.  Toni also works with Welcome Week programming and Parent and Family Programs.  Prior to DePaul, Toni worked at Columbia College Chicago in New Student Programs and at Saint Xavier University in Residential Life.  Toni is a first generation college student and, through her own experience in college, developed a strong interest in exploring factors that influence student success. . . . AND   


Ziena Miller is the Assistant Director in the Office of New Student and Family Engagement, where she works with Welcome Week, Parent and Family Programs, and support of the Chicago Quarter program. During her six years at DePaul, Ziena has also worked in the Department of Residential Education, where she worked to support students in the residence halls. Ziena finds energy in her work through building campus community and culture, and views the work of peer mentors as critical to those connections. 






To learn more about this year's Summit and past Summits, take a look through our "About" pages! 


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