Mark Zesbaugh?s meteoric career propelled him to the CEO office at the age of 37. Now he's looking for the next challenge.
Sister Carol Keehan plays a significant role in health care reform, with particular concern for those most desperately in need of care
Father Lee Piche '80 called to serve as a moderator of the curia and vicar general for the archdiocese
Kris Melloy left the comfortable security of a tenured position to become founding principal of Cristo Rey
Innovative St. Thomas-Cristo Rey service program helps students move beyond stereotypes and privilege
Cardinal Pio Laghi is a leader of world peace and Catholic education
3M's George Buckley fulfills his grandmother's prediction
If the world belongs to those who participate, why are we sitting on the sidelines?
John Rigo '75 died in the World Trade Center terrorist attack on 9/11. His wife and loved ones remember the man who will be in their hearts forever
"Speed is life" defines Bob Ulrich and his 40 years at Target
Dr. Antoine Garibaldi, president of Gannon University, inspires others to achieve great things
Innovative Al McQuinn embraced technology to improve agriculture
I.A. O'Shaughnessy knew the right things to have faith in, to hope for and to love.
Congressman Jim Oberstar '56 works tirelessly for constituents
His family has a century of history at St. Thomas
Rod Burwell becomes master at buying, fixing and building a wide-ranging mix of businesses
St. Thomas envisions new levels of access, excellence
Special funds create perpetual scholarships, chairs, programs
Rod Burwell and St. Thomas
LeJeune built successful businesses through hard work and helping others meet their needs
Dougherty defined by tough challenges, helps others feel good about themselves
Will Steger '66 always pursues a journey of his own making
Steve Nachtscheim thrives in a world that constantly reinvents itself