The courses focus on self-enrichment in and out of work
With Hourcar you have access to a car when you need one without the inconvenience or cost of keeping a car on campus.
Called a “game changer in the global-warming arena,” Alley hosted the PBS special, “Earth: The Operator’s Manual.”
Co-sponsored by the Pre-Health Professions Club, the GRE, LSAT and MCAT practice tests will be given on Saturday. The exams will be scored and returned to students with helpful feedback that same day.
UAWE is open to all members of the St. Thomas community who agree with its mission of support and advocacy for women.
Don’t be alarmed if you see flashing lights, a fire truck and flames this afternoon on Monahan Plaza. It’s just the St. Paul Fire Department demonstrating fire safety.
The annual forum will be held Thursday, Oct. 13, and simulcast between the St. Paul and Minneapolis campuses.
Students will learn about the company and potential internship and career opportunities.
Applications are due by Monday, Oct. 17.
Quit kits are funded by the Michael Larson Memorial Fund.
Depression can be treated. Counseling and Psychological Services is here to help.
A day of discussions around “Forging Strategies in a New Reality” will bring nationally renowned health care reform presenters to the Opus College of Business.
QR codes have been added to many of the center’s print and online resource pages for easy transfer to a smart phone for mobile viewing. The new site makes all of its information collections easily accessible.
She was the mother of Jerry Sweeney, St. Paul Catering manager.
Presenters will discuss UST’s LEED Silver certification, the BWCA Pagami Creek Fire, red worm composting, and reflections on the Stewardship Garden.