From time to time we’ll bring you a little idea of what life is like in different lines of work. Here’s one with no MBA required, just electrical expertise, a lot of strength…and courage. [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tFVjtJaU1Qc[/youtube] This helmet-cam video is not for anyone with an extreme fear of heights. Engineers climb a 1,768 foot broadcast tower. [...]
Learn about positions that are available in the U.S. Department of State and the Department of Homeland Security.
Bring your “A” game and your appetite.
Applications are due by Nov. 16 for these grants that support efforts related to health care or diversity.
Domitrz, author of “Can I Kiss You?” speaks twice tomorrow. Today’s story includes university and community resources concerning sexual violence.
Dave Nimmer was incredulous earlier this summer when he heard Gov. Tim Pawlenty question whether anybody, in 20 years, will bother showing up for a class on a college campus, given the rapid advances we are seeing in technology these days. They absolutely will, Nimmer says, and he explains why today in The Scroll.
The CultureLink Partners Program offers a chance to meet UST international students, increase intercultural competence and even improve foreign language skills.
Wednesday’s forum will explore the implications of America’s dependence upon this source of oil.
As classes move into their third week and students lug their backpacks across The Quad, I can’t help but think of Gov. Tim Pawlenty’s remarks on “The Daily Show” earlier this summer about higher education, its cost and the alternatives.
Beginning Wednesday, a large table will be designated as the “Community Table” at Food for Thought. Buy or bring your lunch and meet someone new.
Lu’s topic on Thursday is “The Immorality of Religion? The New Atheism and Christianity.”