Computing and Communication Services reminds the campus community that anti-virus software is available free of charge.
One would be an outgrowth of the St. Thomas Hispanic Pre-College Program; others would serve Hmong and African-American students.
Please remember in your prayers Charles Smith Sr., father-in-law of Victoria Smith, administrative assistant in the Graduate School of Business. He died earlier this month. A funeral service will be held at 11:30 a.m. Friday, March 17, at Estes Funeral Chapel, 2210 Plymouth Ave. N., with visitation one-half hour before services.
This national event is April 27; your ideas and suggestions will help make UST’s celebration a success.
All are welcome to attend discussion on Cuban society from 2 to 4 p.m. in Murray-Herrick Campus Center.
Action starts at 9:30 a.m.; spectators are always welcome.
People from a variety of ethnic backgrounds can be part of this tool that will dramatize miscommunications and cultural assumptions.
Interested students should make an appointment to meet with visiting representatives from the University of Glasgow.
Undergraduate students in science, mathematics, engineering and SMEE are eligible to apply.
Mike Klein, coordinator of volunteer services, reflects on Lent.
“Women’s Lives, Women’s Voices and Women’s Solutions: Shaping a National Agenda for Higher Education,” will be held March 27-29.
Dr. Ralph Pearson lists the names of those granted tenure and those promoted to associate professor.
UST’s Dr. Dwight Nelson continues his discussion in 3M Auditorium, Owens Science Hall.
John Paul II Hall is getting ready to raise funds Operation Guatemala. Have fun helping them.
Making the transition to the “real world” made easier!
You can help a UST learning English as a second language and learn about another culture.
Nominations are due for these awards on Wednesday, April 12.