The chairs will be part of the team that drafts the self-study plan this summer.
Receiving awards at the annual Community Engagement Celebration were Nekima Levy-Pounds, the St. Paul NAACP, Hugo Chan, Roscoe Heaton, Billy Baker and Adam Baker.
One is Dr. Victoria Young, an Art History faculty member at St. Thomas; the other is Mary Hazzard of Osceola, Wis.
The MBEAs were created 12 years ago by St. Thomas’ Center for Ethical Business Cultures.
Approval is sought to use the St. Mark’s parish convent just east of the main St. Thomas campus.
Coming soon will be St. Thomas’ history up to 1985, “Journey Toward Fulfillment,” by the late Joseph Connors.
St. Thomas students last year contributed 443,858 hours of service.
Some parking restrictions are in effect on the move-out days of May 19 and 20.
Permits will be sold to the first 60 eligible students to register.
Some of the care packages that have arrived recently at the campus Post Office contain fresh fruit and need to be picked up soon.
The $1,000 undergraduate scholarship recognizes those who help others and ‘give back.’ Here’s how to apply.
Harold was the father of Steven Snyder of the Opus College of Business.
Faculty and staff are invited; the registration deadline is May 20.
The annual contest was open to English majors who took an upper-level English class this past year.
The invitation-only religious ceremony is not open to the public.
The Selim Center for Learning in Later Years will pay tribute to retired founder and professor Dr. Mohamed Selim.
The spring “disputation” will be held here May 5.
For the second year, the university’s Special Olympics Club will seek pledges to not use the words “retard” or “retarded.”
Here’s a link to join the Facebook group.
Minnesota Public Radio’s “movie maven” Stephanie Curtis will host the program and interview Turan about movie coverage.
Langan, associate dean for the past six years, will serve as interim dean until a replacement is named for Dr. Marisa Kelly.
The evening talk will be given by Dawson’s grandson, Julian Scott. A reception will be held here Wednesday afternoon.
One hundred Tommies will trade their beds for a cardboard box; they’ll set up camp for the night on the university’s lower quadrangle.
The lecture, part of the Ireland Memorial Lecture Series, will focus on Newman’s appointment as a cardinal.