Here’s how to register for the 10 a.m. Friday webcast, plus a video on how an AACSB ice sculpture was created on the downtown Minneapolis campus
Now retired, Selim created the center that has recorded more than 70,000 registrations since it began operations in 1973.
St. Thomas law professor Mark Osler continues to work on behalf of a prisoner sentenced under previous crack-cocaine guidelines.
The reminder is given in light of the tragic death last weekend of sophomore Michael Larson.
Contributions also can be sent to the UST Student Emergency Fund.
The March 5 ‘Polar Bear Plunge’ raises funds for the Special Olympics. Here is how you can get involved.
Norris will discuss ‘acedia,’ an ancient term for listlessness and inability to care.
The St. Thomas professor will discuss the use of computational methods to solve biomedical problems.
This temporary, one-third-time position is open to current staff or faculty members.
TWLOHA started on the Internet and has become a global movement to help people suffering from depression and suicidal tendencies.
Rabbi Jonathan Crane of Emory University will speak at a lecture sponsored by the Jay Phillips Center for Interfaith Learning.
The suspect nearly made off with a backpack.
The free program is part of the university’s Organ Recital Series.
The team was among five finalists competing recently at the Ross School of Business in Michigan.
In its 10th year of operation, the School of Law will remain on the list of law schools approved by the ABA for the next seven years.
New Yorker magazine writer Ken Auletta will speak in March instead of November.
Dr. Gilbert Meilaender will discuss “Persons and Their Dignity.”
You can pick up your tickets at the St. Thomas Box Office. Allen is the author of “The Future Church: How Ten Trends Are Revolutionizing the Catholic Church.”
She will greet students in Campus Square from about 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Information is provided for students who live on campus, and those who do not.
The public is welcome to the discussions that will be held on the Monday evenings of Nov. 1, 8, 15 and 22.
The speaker is Louis Newman of Carleton College, a noted scholar of Jewish ethics.