Join your colleagues for a day of golf, lunch and plenty of door prizes; individual or team registrations are welcome.
Click here to find professional and academic activities by students, faculty and staff.
Find out more about full- or part-time graduate accounting programs at St. Thomas.
Congratulations to Timothy Winn.
Take a moment today or tomorrow to fill out a survey in Murray-Herrick Campus Center.
Students in the graduate social work program will give presentations on a variety of topics.
Students Jenny Rose Ryan and Mev Miller will present their research May 5.
This music-drama interpretation of the Book of Revelation will be presented this fall.
R.S.V.P.s are due tomorrow for this cookout-dance, which is a fund-raiser for Guatemala.
Find out about vocations with the Carmelites.
The May selection is Monty Roberts' "The Man Who Listens to Horses."
Dr. Stephen Brookfield to discuss "Discussion as a Way of Teaching."
All interested faculty and staff are invited to the Wednesday gathering; reservations are due today.
A reception to say goodbye will be held from 2 to 4 p.m. today.
The Department of Public Safety encourages the UST community to never leave offices unlocked or unattended.
The community is invited to meet the two other candidates at open sessions next week.
UST's Center for Catholic Studies hosts this free lecture.
Yuko Heberlein (violin), Robert Jamieson (cello) and John Jensen (piano) will perform at Olivet Congregational Church, St. Paul.
UST's Pre-Health Professions Club is sponsoring this indoor track relay May 7.
Join the Association for Cultural Economics International for a riverboat cruise May 29 -- a social event of the organization's biennial meeting.
This summer, CCS plans to install software on campus Macs that should vastly improve access to resources.
By Gene McGivern, Sports Information DirectorFour St. Thomas sports teams are involved this weekend in competition crucial to their pursuits of MIAC titles, while standouts from both the men's and women's ...