He was founding dean of St. Thomas' graduate business programs.
Receive a $5 coupon to use in any UST food service location for participating in a focus group Monday. Sign up by Friday.
The QMCS Computer Science Club will meet at 8 p.m. Wednesday, April 12, in the fourth-floor lounge of O'Shaughnessy Science Hall. At the meeting, a representative of Imaginet, an Internet consulting, engineerin...
Common Ground hosts a session on Ignatian spirituality.
The April 10 lecture topic is "Tasting the Reign of God: The Meal Ministry of Jesus and Its Implications for Christian Worship and Life."
This year's awards to go to Dr. Barbara LeTourneau, Jay Trumbower, Ron Goldstein, Tom Dolan, Dr. Karen Gulliver and Dr. Joanne Provo.
Tickets for the 7:30 p.m. May 5 performance are $12.50. You can order online.
The new director holds a doctorate that integrates spirituality and psychology. She heads the 19-year-old program that trains BeFrienders from throughout North America.
Oh, the places you'll go! It's that time of year again; get ready to study abroad.
Share them with the Aquinas yearbook.
Only 10 Minnesota students were awarded the prestigious math, science and engineering scholarships, and UST is home to a third of them.
Every year thousands of bikes are stolen in the Twin Cities. Here's how to keep yours from being the next.
Now's a great time to give to the Faculty-Staff Annual Campaign.
Click here to find professional and academic activities by students, faculty and staff.
Please remember in your prayers Everett Wolff, father of Peg Wolff and father-in-law of Dr. Bob Craig, chair of the St. Thomas Journalism and Mass Communication Department. Mr. Wolff died March 18 in Boston....
There's no excuse for not voting now!
Funds for summer session financial aid are limited.
Morrison Center for Entrepreneurship is sponsor of "Taking Flight: Releasing Your Entrepreneurial Spirit." April 14 program is designed especially for students.
Hats off to Kristin Cornelius, whose dedication to community service has been rewarded.
All are encouraged to donate; make your appointment on the Web.
Reservations are due at noon tomorrow to hear the Twin Cities Metropolitan Council chair.
Darkness or light?
Faculty, you're invited to an April 11 discussion about your colleagues' connections and collaborations in Cuba.
Dr. Ellen Kennedy gives a presentation on "Australia and Aboriginal Reconciliation."
Students studying in the program will be present to answer questions.