In this program, you can take business courses free after graduation. Info session is Monday.
National search to begin for new vice president for business affairs.
The group, sponsored by Diversity Initiatives and Personal Counseling, provides a forum for gay, lesbian or bisexual students to meet with each other to share experiences and concerns.
The deadline for the January Term course, “Spanish in Cuernavaca, Mexico,” has been extended to Monday, Oct. 25.
The center hosts activities to maintain mental and physical health.
Laurence Savett, M.D., will present “What It’s Like to be a Patient” and “The Doctor-Patient Relationship.”
Finance experts Chris Farrell, Martin Leibowitz, William Sharpe and Teresa Tritch will participate.
How do you draw a picture of a matrix? David Eubanks will discuss.
The audience is welcome in costume!
Faculty members from theology and philosophy will start a conversation on a passage from the Catechism.
The council advises on job-related issues originated by UST nonexempt employees. Come to the meeting Oct. 21.
Employees can stop by Credit Union locations at both campuses (Oct. 20 in Minneapolis, Oct. 21 in St. Paul) for refreshments and a raffle for a $10 deposit to a CU share account.
The Japan Exchange and Teaching Program gives you a chance to promote international understanding while gaining valuable experience.
To enhance the feeling of community, Murray hall residents set this goal. Karen Vogel coordinates the selection of service sites.
Financial aid normally available to eligible students at UST will apply to the program’s costs. Apply before Nov. 15.
Dr. Pam Nice and Titilola Shoneyin will discuss the politics of women writers in Africa.
Sister Katarina Schuth will speak on movements that may bear on the work of ministry and will answer some frequently asked questions.