Farlow will talk about his experiences as a Soviet and East European analyst in the State Department’s Bureau of Intelligence and Research from 1977-1983.
Department of Public Safety reports two off-campus incidents last week.
An eagle staff recently presented to St. Thomas Powwow Committee honors university’s longtime support of the popular event.
Also, Dayton’s will interview and an interview skills workshop will be held next week.
UST’s Graduate School of Business offers nine graduate degree programs.
Tickets are being sold for the 7:30 p.m. performance at the Guthrie Lab.
Dr. Carrie Patterson will present “Mapping Glacial Deposits in Minnesota for Wise Land-use Decisions” Oct. 24.
New service allows CCS to troubleshoot problems directly, inventory and install software on your computer — all without coming to your office.
Following the open house Dr. Thomas Fisch will present “The Theological Significance of the Unvarying and Canonical Aspects of Christian Liturgy.”
The award will recognize a female student who has distinguished herself through active engagement in women’s issues.
Computing and Communication Services will upgrade network resources.
UST’s Gainey Conference Center in Owatonna hosts the retreat.
Learn more about this interdisciplinary program.
Here’s an opportunity to express your thoughts and opinions.
Training and Development will offer programs that provide university-specific information and help develop interpersonal skills.
Buy your tickets at UST’s Box Office and sign up for a bus ride.
In her art, she combines two layers of fiberglass screening to create a rippling moire pattern.