Pamela Wheelock was appointed by Gov. Jesse Ventura in February 1999.
Tim Scully's Advanced Video Production class produced this video about intercultural communication.
Open sessions will be held next week in St. Paul and available to view on video in Minneapolis.
Now that windows are open, please be considerate of your neighbors and watch the noise level.
She's been at St. Thomas since 1988.
If you're using Microsoft Front Page to create Web pages for a UST department or organization, this forum can help.
Carolyn Cornelison, Ph.D., will discuss her own abuse of alcohol in college and what she learned from it at 7 p.m.
This Web-based project enables students to record personal endeavors, activities and leadership experience.
Yearbooks will be mailed to seniors in August; others can pick them up in the fall.
PRSSA welcomes participants and donations for this May 7 event.
Join the Alumni Association as it helps elderly and disabled UST neighbors.
UST student research projects took first, second and third place at Beta Beta Beta's district convention.
Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual Student Group The Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual Student Group will meet from noon to 1 p.m. Tuesday, May 2. The group, sponsored by Diversity Initiatives and Personal Counseling, provides a for...
Check the Schedules links for the next sessions and register online to attend.
Student voters in a special election April 18 chose junior class officers, an elections and credentials chair and a commuter senator.
Plans call for a scholarship and framed prints for the campus.
This no-credit, no-tuition review course can help prepare you for Math 100 or Math 101.
Click here to find professional and academic activities by students, faculty and staff.
UST's Luann Dummer Center for Women hosts a special open house, continental breakfast.
Members would tour each other's gardens.
Listen to this singer-songwriter and enjoy some barbecue at Common Ground.
Dr. Vladimir Ladyzhets from Ernst & Young, LLP, will give this third CAM Lecture Series talk.
Sixteen works from UST's permanent collection are on display in Murray-Herrick Campus Center's first-floor atrium.
Dr. William Banfield to speak at THINK St. Paul lecture series tomorrow.