Event includes free dinner, lecture by Bill Estrem, and a chance to meet other students, faculty and alumni.
Students don’t need living accommodations; families share some meals, activities and other interests with students.
William E. Petersen Symposium on Physician Leadership honors one of the region’s first physician leaders and former program director for UST’ Center for Health and Medical Affairs.
Management Center and School of Continuing Studies team up to present four programs this fall on the connections between business management and music, history, film and art.
Faculty, staff and students are invited to line the walkway from the arches to the arena to clap for the freshmen as they process through the quad.
Faculty planning to use audio or video media in their courses this fall may check in their own media items or select from ISS’ collection. Also, the Learning Center offers software training for faculty and students and computer classrooms for reserve.
A representative from Deloitte and Touche will be on hand to help you figure out your options.
The new directories are available on both St. Paul and Minneapolis campuses.
Center to offer seven short courses designed for people 55 and older. Topics this fall include monks, opera, Cuba and the history of the archdiocese.
Program allows senior citizens to attend undergraduate classes at no charge.
Applications will be available only at the Minneapolis campus information sessions.
All undergraduate faculty also are encouraged to propose a UMAIE course; a representative will be on campus Aug. 16.
If you’ve been looking for a way to contribute positively to the needs of the community, here’s an opportunity for you.
The Great Books Reading Group will discuss Jaroslav Pelikan’s book Sept. 13.
The Feast of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary is a holy day of obligation on which Catholics must attend Mass.
Here’s your chance to find out more and ask questions about parking on the St. Paul and Minneapolis campuses.
Girls participating in a recent engineering and manufacturing camp built and flew model airplanes.
CCS staff will make upgrades to prepare for the beginning of school.
Human Resources has announced an additional holiday and some vacation policy changes.