The campus community is invited to attend the lecture portion of the evening at no charge; UST ID will be required. (A dinner will be held earlier for those who preregistered.)
For her presentation, Nadia Gamal Ebrahim will discuss her country’s geography, customs and culture, including the role of women.
The Guitar Ensemble plays many styles of music; listeners may come and go throughout the performance.
This center is a response to the growing volumes of data used by the private, public, government and academic sectors.
A mix of 20 solo and group performers with a variety of talents will be chosen to take the stage at the finale on Friday, April 27.
Employment agencies offer short-term employment for students seeking summer work and have full-time positions for graduating seniors.
The Service-Learning Advisory Board will have three graduate faculty, one graduate student, and one undergraduate student opening beginning fall semester 2012. Please submit your letter of interest in joining the board today.
Twenty percent of the cost of your order (with the fundraising form) will be donated to the American Cancer Society.
And the winners are …
Marguerite Spencer, Theology Department, will lead the last discussion of the semester tomorrow. Everyone is welcome.
The classes will run until the start of finals week.
A free showing of “Mission: Impossible” and a dodgeball tournament are scheduled for April 24-25.
Help from those who can volunteer even for part of a six-hour shift also will be appreciated.
Pre-register online to learn things such as kitchen organization, cooking methods, knife skills and menu creation. Also, pre-register for Part 3 (to be held on May 2) to learn grilling techniques.
The Office of Service-Learning annually recognizes one student for development in critical awareness of the causes of and solutions to social problems that confront us all as evidenced in meaningful course reflection or significant leadership initiative relating to his or her work in the community. Please nominate a UST student who has embodied these characteristics through service-learning.
Madeleine Coulter, Scott Valentyn and Austin Weyant will be honored at the last 2011-2012 Philosophy Colloquium on April 26.
A host of events throughout the week will culminate with the International Dinner on Saturday, April 21.
The complete report can be viewed on the Career Development Center’s website.
The Office of Service-Learning annually recognizes one faculty member for exemplary implementation of service learning. Please nominate a colleague today.
The public is invited to this annual auction, which will be held 6 to 9:30 p.m. Sunday, April 22, in the McNeely Hall Great Room.