Now at the helm of the College of Arts and Sciences as one of two new associate deans, Dr. Lisa Waldner is hoping to show colleagues the same respect she showed others through her research. And it’s that respect she also is teaching students in the classroom.
Though the clinical dimension of psychology is certainly its most well-known aspect, St. Thomas students master the science of psychology through the psychology curriculum and through hands-on work in active research teams.
After her undergraduate career, Kelly Larmon returned to St. Thomas to earn an M.B.A. in 2003, and continued on to Hamline University School of Law, earning her J.D. She believes in the value of a liberal arts education, getting involved and seizing opportunities.
St. Thomas community members are needed to help plan next year’s REACH Summit, which brings high school students across the Twin Cities to St. Thomas to discuss hotly contested issues and learn to participate in social justice issues.
The session will give an overview of the programs offered in Graduate Programs in Software, including the M.S. in data science, a field named "the sexiest job of the 21st century" by Harvard Business Review.