You can help a young person achieve academic and career goals.
People say college is supposed to be great, but some students feel like they are just out of it, disconnected and alone. If you or a friend are feeling trapped by inertia and can’t shake yourselves out of it, you might be suffering from clinical depression, which is treatable.
UST’s Web site recently was redesigned. Here’s the scoop on InsideUST, the new UST intranet, which provides access to various university resources on the Web, and the three other portals to the UST Web.
Gather with other faculty and staff for reflection and discussion.
The Renaissance Festival grounds are transformed into a scary adventure for those who dare.
Join the UST EcoAction Team in the annual fall cleanup of the east riverbank.
This annual campaign kickoff provides faculty and staff the opportunity to learn about five charitable organizations. Prize drawings will be held and refreshments will be available.
The Noon Art Video series’ focus this fall will be on Mexican, South American and American Southwestern Native American art and cultures.
The Rev. Thomas Kane, C.S.P., is the featured speaker for the 11th annual Preaching Symposium.
The program will focus on three emerging roles for universities interested in supporting Welfare to Work.
Training and Development will offer a seminar series based on the popular book.
Broadcast at both campuses, this sixth annual video conference will examine issues of the inclusive work environment.
Hourlong sessions will help individuals form and articulate their life’s mission.
Visiting scholar at Graduate School of Business will discuss “Caring Leadership.”
You could live across from the United Nations while studying its operations. Or you could study in the British Isles, Australia, or several other countries. Find out how.
UST is caught in a medical-cost spiral beyond its control. Faculty and staff should prepare for medical plan renewals in January.