"Talking About Race" has been cancelled due to a scheduling conflict.
April 1 event will include simulation on how to survive on a limited budget.
A panel of NASA and commercial researchers will provide information and answer your questions on upcoming space ventures.
Entrepreneurship students rekindled their creativity with the help of youngsters at the center.
Richard and Sandra Schulze give the largest gift ever reported by a college or university in Minnesota.
Dr. Judith Dwyer lists the search committee members and visits by a search firm.
All members of the campus community can participate in these one-time, one-hour sessions.
The Great Books Reading Group will discuss Shakespeare's play March 15.
The Child Development Center staff will discuss positive and effective approaches to guiding your child.
Take tours and enjoy food and music at this popular hangout.
Faculty and staff can visit with the human resources staff, meet UST's benefit carriers and receive a compensation and benefits statement.
Technology Today: Center for Multimedia Development Brings Interactive Technologies to the Classroom
Check out what your colleagues have produced, thanks to help from the center.
An open house Feb. 21 and a pizza social Feb. 24 are planned to introduce you to fraternity members and provide information on the organization.
All are welcome to participate and hear more about career possibilities in this field.
Find out about studying or working abroad at this annual fair.
Here are the nominees and recipients of the January awards.
UST seniors Meghann Schmidt and Craig Woodward will perform.
Commuter, international, graduate and nontraditional students are invited to bring your families or join your UST friends in an evening of sports and socializing.
Help first-year students as they transition from high school to college.
Interested students of all majors and fields are welcome to try out for spring semester host and anchor positions.
Master of Business Communication program is co-sponsoring the fair, held annually by the Association for Women in Communications.
Newbery winner Russell Freedman will give the keynote lecture.
"The Anti-Jerry Springer Show" is one of six pieces Will Act For Change, a new student group, will perform.
Separate event also planned for those who care for the disabled.
If you've been planning to take off a few pounds before summer, this group may be able to help.