Plan to plan!
This session will be conducted by University Registrar Bob McCluskey.
This three-week program for students from Osaka Gakuin University can be a fulfilling experience for both hosts and guests.
As a representative, you will help make decisions for the St. Thomas student body.
The 1999-2000 Diverse Voices in the Classroom series concludes with this April 5 session.
Computing and Communication Services is preparing for the migration.
If you’re a member of the St. Thomas Employee Federal Credit Union, you can apply for a loan.
All are invited to come get a taste of ethnic food and entertainment; a dance follows in Scooter’s.
Nationally known lecturer offers insights on the national obsession with thinness and beauty.
Dr. Judith Dwyer, executive vice president, anticipates candidates on campus in mid-to-late April.
Orders for personalized graduation announcements and class rings also will be taken in the Bookstore.
Mentors will receive a $500 stipend for fall semester 2000.
Dr. Seung Ai Yang of the School of Divinity reflects on this biblical theme.
Wellstone to give keynote address; other speakers are coming from both coasts and throughout the region.
Dr. Judith Dwyer updates the community on the progress of the strategic planning initiatives.
The Great Books Reading Group will discuss Mary Wollstonecraft’s novel April 12.
You won’t be able to use e-mail nor access Web pages during the 8-10 a.m. outage.
These UMAIE courses give students firsthand immersion in Spanish culture.