From our career services staff to our professors, everyone has the same piece of advice for us when looking for our internships: “Work on your networking.” For some of us this is the start of our worst nightm...
The group will meet Wednesday, April 21. Everyone is welcome.
Kathleen Goodwin, Chemistry and Computer and Information Sciences departments, was the winner of last week's "How well do you know UST?" question.
Dr. Anne Klejment will share her research and lead the discussion on "Dorothy Day: Activist and Future Saint." Register online.
The film, which tells the story of an ingenious Polish-Jewish pianist surviving during World War II, won three Academy Awards.
The screenings are closed because of complications with public screening rights and difficulties obtaining some of the films.
Applications will be accepted until 4:30 p.m. Friday, April 9.
Reservations are due tomorrow; there's pizza for lunch.
Temple-Raston, the counterterrorism correspondent for National Public Radio, is the fourth and final speaker planned for Minnesota Public Radio's 2009-2010 Broadcast Journalist Series.
Here are newsmakers for the past few weeks.
Get a jump on the celebration of Asian-Pacific American Heritage Month. Japanese food will be served too!
Learn about cover letters, résumés and the Career Development Center's resources specific to international students.
The speaker, Dr. Christopher Wolfe, is emeritus professor at Marquette University, vice president of the Thomas International Project and co-director of the Ralph McInerny Center for Thomistic Studies.
The health night will feature free massages and a presentation on women's general health given by Marilee Votel-Kvaal, medical director for Student Health Service.
Leslie Morris will speak at the Mount Zion Temple at a program co-sponsored by St. Thomas’ Center for Interfaith Learning.