Annelise Larson, Dan Jackson and Kristian Olson’s presentation won first place in the graduate division at the national Intercollegiate Business Ethics Case Competition.
Dr. Stephen Brookfield and Dr. John Holst received the prestigious Cyril O. Houle World Award for their book Radicalizing Learning: Adult Education for a Just World.
The Winton Guest House, which will be open to the public Oct. 16, has captured the attention of the Chicago Tribune and Huffington Post, among others.
All are welcome to this open house for a house!
The courses focus on self-enrichment in and out of work
Don’t be alarmed if you see flashing lights, a fire truck and flames this afternoon on Monahan Plaza. It’s just the St. Paul Fire Department demonstrating fire safety.
The statue was removed during construction of the Anderson Athletic and Recreation Complex and placed in storage.
The expo is made possible by the family of Michael Larson, a sophomore at the University of St. Thomas who died in a house fire on Dec. 11 last year.
This summer, the garden project donated more than 900 pounds of fresh produce to local food shelves while it provided opportunities for University of St. Thomas undergraduates to conduct research on biodiversity.
Courses begin Wednesday, Sept. 21.
The speakers, School of Law graduates Barbara Brekke ’05 J.D., Johanna Clyborne ’05 J.D. and Rebecca Ribich ’05 J.D., are founding partners of the law firm Brekke, Clyborne & Ribich, L.L.C.
Father Dennis Dease, president, opened the school year with his 21st convocation address, “Where Do We Go From Here?”
The Staff Mentorship Program is looking for a few good men and women who are interested in a professional and personal development opportunity.
Duncan’s first novel, Hurricane, will be published this August.
At this Saturday’s commencement, graduating senior Max Shapiro will have a special guest in the crowd: Gail Butler, mother of the late Cole Butler ’02. Shapiro was awarded the Cole Butler Memorial Scholarship through the University of St. Thomas his freshman year.
The recitals are free and open to the public.