All are welcome to enjoy the music performed by Fidgety Feet.
The UST Food Service will hold its employee picnic that afternoon.
If you’re sending mail to the Minneapolis campus, you’ll need to use the building’s new address abbreviation.
UST’s John A. Ryan Institute for Catholic Social Thought presents this free lecture.
Send your UST facilities requests for the 2000-2001 academic year by Monday, May 1.
THINK St. Paul lecture, “Austerity Brings Beauty,” will be presented by Mary Swanson, St. Thomas art history department.
I would like to update you as to the progress of the strategic planning initiatives to date. To assist the executive vice president’s cabinet and the Executive Committee of the board of trustees in the development of strategic directions, study groups have been named. The strategic directions they are studying include the following eight topics: [...]
Just as our Lenten journey can clarify our darkness, so it can cause our virtues to burst forth.
April 20 is the registration deadline for this seminar to be led by Dr. Jorge Garcia and Dr. Laura Garcia.
Whether your retirement is a distant future or very soon, Training and Development has workshops to help you plan.
Michael Klein, director of the VISION program, will team-teach this course designed to help students understand the phenomenon of social change.
The Dean of Student Life Office and Omicron Delta Kappa sponsor this annual open forum for students.
Based on requests received from approximately three dozen departments at the University of St. Thomas, final adjustments have been made to space assignments for the 2000-2001 academic year. A memo detailing these adjustments recently was sent to departments affected by the changes. Following is a summary of the major elements in space assignments for the [...]
Presenter David Penchansky will relate his experiences of the spiritual makeup of the land.
Savundra, who has studied Saiva Siddhantham extensively, will talk about this branch of Hinduism at the next philosophy colloquium.
The “Day of the Children” celebration is joint effort of Science Museum and St. Thomas’ Hispanic Pre-College Project.