USG seeks applications for student liason positions in the Academic Affairs Committee, the Student Affairs Committee and the Financial Affairs Committee.
The online mental health magazine Anxiety In Teens, geared toward youth and families, provides a chance to gain experience in social media marketing, event planning, journalism, working with kids, peer mentorship, and an opportunity to fulfill Business 200 credits. Talk to members of the organization at the BUSN200 Fair Thursday, Sept. 20.
Carol Bruess, bargain hunter extraordinaire, has discovered a deal almost too good to be true: A 10 percent discount on gasoline at the Sinclair station on Grand Avenue, thanks to the St. Thomas eXpress Card, and they’ll even wash your windows. She exudes about the deal – and the full service – today in The Scroll.
Change management events allow IRT administrators to make important updates to the university’s servers and infrastructure.
The University of St. Thomas Department of Public Safety posted an alert regarding a robbery that occurred between 7:52 and 7:53 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 12, at 12th Street and Harmon Place in Minneapolis. According to the Minneapolis Police Department, an unidentified victim was approached by an unknown suspect and her property was taken. Details about [...]
Steve Trost retires Wednesday as greenhouse manager at St. Thomas. Dave Nimmer, writing in The Scroll, talks about his buddy’s 32 years of working magic in flower beds and collaborating with biology students and professors.
U.S. News & World Report magazine has given favorable rankings to undergraduate engineering and business programs at St. Thomas.
If you moved this past summer, contact the St. Thomas Employee Federal Credit Union as soon as possible. The credit union needs to update its database prior to the Sept. 30 statement mailing.
Junior Lisa Weier wasn’t fond of history classes in high school, but she has a special appreciation for the subject matter these days as she learns more about St. Thomas and people such as John Ireland, Thomas Grace and William Finn. Read her history lesson today in The Scroll.
Note changes in required receipts, Wells Fargo cardholders’ new out-of-pocket expense functionality, and an increase in the bid threshold to $5,000.
The contest seeks photos by St. Thomas students who participated in a St. Thomas-affiliated study-abroad, work or volunteer overseas program.
Co-sponsored by the Opus College of Business and its Health Care MBA, the program will include a poster session, panel discussion, and remarks by former U.S. Sen. Dave Durenberger and U.S. Surgeon General Regina Benjamin.
Current UST students who are planning to apply to medical school in the 2013-14 cycle are eligible to win one of two Kaplan MCAT course certificates, compliments of the Health Professions Committee.
The Study Abroad office reminds students that Monday, Oct. 1, is the 2013 spring semester application deadline. J-Term 2013 applications are due by Wednesday, Oct. 3.
The University of St. Thomas Department of Public Safety has issued an alert regarding three incidents recently reported by the Minneapolis Police Department via MPD Action Alerts.
Students who have books left over from previous terms have the opportunity to sell them back. Be sure to bring your UST ID.
All first-year students are invited to register for Freshman Retreat II, which will be held Oct. 13-14 at the Gainey Conference Center in Owatonna. The theme is Jesus Christ: Yesterday, Today and Forever.
In group counseling members are given the opportunity to receive support, suggestions and insights from other members.
It’s been awhile since Dave Nimmer has been a college student, but he’ll never forget those freshman jitters. He can’t do much to calm them for this year’s batch of new Tommies, but in The Scroll today he does offer sound advice that should make their first semester run more smoothly.
Employee billing statements are produced exclusively in an electronic format (eBill).
Lapsley, who fought apartheid and was badly injured in an assassination attempt, and who later assisted with South Africa’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission, will give the Havel Symposium lecture Oct. 9 on the challenges of citizenship.
University employees and their guests are invited to this annual celebrationt, which will be Father Dennis Dease’s last as president of St. Thomas.