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Hacking Social Change
A Tale of Two Restaurateurs
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Alec Johnson Awarded Julie Hays Teaching Award
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Full-time Flex MBA Students Win Awards at IBECC
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Papal Visit 2015
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Risk, Rescue and the Perils of a Female Firefighter
Living and Learning as One
Two Friends, No Map and a VW Bus
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Seniors: Have you earned 102 or more credits?
If so, you soon will receive info about graduation.
Career news: General Mills to recruit Oct. 17
Info session is October 10.
Norris Institute and Graduate School of Business announce merger plans today
Computer industry pioneer William Norris will now have his office at Minneapolis campus. Merger, plus a new seed-capital fund, are designed to create new businesses and jobs in disadvantaged areas.
Corporate citizenship book profiles the Minnesota story
New book is published by UST-affiliated Center for Ethical Business Cultures.
Diverse Voices in the Classroom Series speaker gives keynote address Oct. 4
Dr. Mary Hunt, research associate at Harvard Divinity School's Center for the Study of Values in Public Life, will speak on "Catholic Higher Education: A Social Justice Perspective."
‘New in the Library’ electronic list can be yours at the click of your mouse
Your bimonthly subscription will keep you up-to-date on new reference books.
Banking executive first speaker in this year’s First Friday Club series
James Campbell, group executive vice president for the Minnesota Banking Group of Wells Fargo & Co., will kick off the University of St. Thomas Alumni Association's
ACTC offers seminar on emotional intelligence
This is the October training session for faculty and staff of ACTC schools.
Meningitis vaccine available Oct. 2
Student Health Services offers this vaccine to help reduce the increasing bacterial meningitis risk for college students.
Study-abroad deadline correction
In Tuesday's story, the deadlines were listed incorrectly.
Student health insurance enrollment period ends Sept. 30
The Health Services Department is available to UST students regardless of their insurance status.
Organizations: College Republicans
Winter 2000 graduate commencement date and time changed
The ceremony will be held at 7 p.m. Friday, Dec. 22, in Schoenecker Arena.
Fourteen graduate from Accounting MBA Program
Congratulations to these graduates, who earned their degree in just 15 months.
Retired GM executive Richard LeFauve to speak here Oct. 11
Distinguished Visiting Scholar will discuss "The Story of Saturn: A Different Kind of Success Story."
Norwest Single Sum Payment Request Form due Sept. 30
If you plan to roll your balance over from the terminated AWDC plan to an individual IRA, you must act now.
Faculty grants available for international travel
Whether you're planning to teach a course abroad or would like to internationalize a course, funds can help.
Please Remember in Your Prayers James Rockett
ACC sets alcohol awareness forum Sept. 28
Find out about the new laws and the new ZAP project.
Organizations: Taste of St. Thomas reminder and Gamma Sigma Sigma
An information session for all clubs planning to participate in the Taste of St. Thomas event will be held Sept. 28.
Homecoming Parade Committee accepting entry applications
Get your entry ready!
George Weigel will discuss his biography of Pope John Paul II
His talk Wednesday will open the University Lecture Series.
Discuss School for Wives with reading group
The Great Books Reading Group will discuss Moliere's play Oct. 11.
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New J-Term course traverses mountains, basins of the Mojave
Application deadline is Nov. 1.