IRT staff share their technical expertise at these informal discussions. The first session, “Podcasting,” is April 12.
Congratulations to Vincent Grabowski and Shaun Sticka, winners of the 2007 John Ireland History Research Paper competition.
Jane Canney explains that the American College Health Association recommended implementing mandatory insurance.
Don’t miss this opportunity to meet the faculty who will lead the programs and pick up detailed course descriptions.
If you have collaborated with faculty on research in the sciences, social sciences, humanities or business, you may be eligible to present your work at the May 1 event.
Professional notes Father William Baer, St. John Vianney College Seminary, will receive the annual Pope John Paul II Catholic Servant of the Third Millennium Award from the Catholic Servant newspaper at the 11th annual benefit for the publication on March 31. The award recognizes Baer’s "dedication and diligent efforts toward vocations to the priesthood." Dr. [...]
Dr. Stephen Brookfield will lead the sessions, including “Teaching About Race” and “Developing Book Proposals.”
Since 1996, UST’s connection has expanded from 1.5 megabits per second to 90 mbps, with plans to identify more resources this summer.
The 12-hour event will feature prayer, fasting, bands, games, Mass and more.
The cost for students is $25. Others who register by March 31 get a $15 discount.
A company representative from Chicago will discuss the new operating system for computers.
Dau, whose book has just been published by National Geographic, is one of the lost boys in the movie “God Grew Tired of Us.”
She was the first Iranian and the first Muslim woman to receive the Nobel Peace Prize. Her lecture is about defending women’s and children’s rights.
UST communication studies alumni will discuss their career experiences.
Scootstock, UST’s traditional battle of the bands, is April 14; band applications will be accepted until 4 p.m. March 30.
If you know members of the faculty, staff or administration who deserve special recognition for all that they do, nominate them for the William B. Malevich Award or the Distinguished Educator Award.
Come learn about this interdisciplinary minor.
Apply in person at the Residence Life office in Koch Commons.
Jan and Vanessa Viktora, Gene Scapanski send thanks Dr. Jan Viktora, St. Paul Seminary School of Divinity; her daughter, Vanessa, a junior at St. Thomas; and Dr. Gene Scapanski, Office for Mission, send their gratitude following the death of their mother and grandmother: "We are so grateful for the many expressions of care and support [...]
Everyone is welcome to attend the ceremony for employees celebrating milestone anniversaries.
Voting continues through April 2.
Dr. Stephen Brookfield will lead faculty in sessions designed to give you “Techniques for Democratic Classrooms.”
He’s the keynote speaker at the School of Education’s 13th annual Qualitative Research Conference.