Sandel has been called "one of the most popular teachers in the world." His talk is the second in an annual series on civility and public discourse.
If so, you are invited to send them to the newspaper’s "Outside Consultant" advice column. Here’s how.
‘Integration: The Path to Inclusion’ is Theme of 23rd Multicultural Forum in Minneapolis March 22-24
The forum began in 1988 as a two-hour video conference and has grown into the nation’s leading conference for advancing diversity in the workplace.
Jacobs directs a New York-based social-justice center and is on Newsweek’s list of the 50 most-influential rabbis in America.
You can hear recitals on the “Pipedreams” program Feb. 6 and Feb. 27.
Barb Hartwick will start here tomorrow.
The center, which has welcomed older learners to campus since 1973, announces its spring courses and a new name.
A longtime member of the Opus College of Business faculty, Susan died Tuesday. Visitation is Thursday afternoon and the funeral is at St. Thomas Friday morning.
St. Thomas is preparing for its accreditation visit in fall 2013.
Use the handy online nomination form. Nominations are due Monday, Feb. 14.
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
The 1946 graduate taught St. Thomas' first courses in social work.
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.
Laptops were taken from a Morrison Hall residence and an O’Shaughnessy Educational Center office.
Author, Benedictine Oblate Kathleen Norris to Speak at ‘Faith and Work Breakfast’ Dec. 9 at St. Olaf Catholic Church
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.
These grants are available to students, staff and faculty.
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.