Permits cost $65.
Five forums will be held today, and two will be held Thursday.
Father John Malone: “Broad participation by faculty and staff in Friday’s Commencement Mass would be a fitting way to start a weekend filled with graduation festivities.”
The Late Night Breakfast will be held following the Mass; sponsored by Student Affairs, students are invited for breakfast in The View, Anderson Student Center.
The review and study will guide St. Thomas and its new president in the coming years.
The UST Purchasing and Payables Department is the winner of the association’s Annual Recognition Award for Excellence in Procurement for 2011.
Permits will be sold to the first 60 eligible students to register.
Also performing are several vocal performance majors. Admission is free.
Due to the end of spring term, there will be early deadlines for payroll action items.
Sign up to get in on a fun day of golf, prizes, lunch and camaraderie.
The $100 winners from Grocery Bingo are …
This event, for graduating seniors, is sponsored by the USG Senior Class Council.
Graduating students will discuss the process of creating and writing their essays.
Undergraduate day students do not automatically receive a printed grade report; they are available on a request-only basis through Murphy Online.
Five forums are planned on Monday, May 14, and two on Thursday, May 17.
Dease informed the Board of Trustees this morning and the faculty over the noon hour. Seven forums planned next week to discuss the presidential-search process.
Father Dittberner was a professor emeritus at the St. Paul Seminary School of Divinity. Visitation will be held this evening, and the funeral is Friday.
The reception will be held Monday, May 14.
The University of St. Thomas participated in the city of St. Paul’s “Beyond the Yellow Ribbon” subcommittee on education.
The dance (and swing dance lesson) is free and open to students, faculty, staff and the surrounding community. Dancers are encouraged but not required to dress in period attire.