Applications are due by Nov. 16 for these grants that support efforts related to health care or diversity.
Knox suffered a serious injury while working in the woods over the weekend.
Peltier, winner of St. Thomas’ 2010 Distinguished Alumnus Award, will inaugurate the First Friday series’ 20th season.
The new works were commissioned by Linda and Jack Hoeschler to honor St. Thomas’ president, Father Dennis Dease.
Saberi, a freelance journalist who last year was kidnapped and held in an Iranian prison, is the first speaker planned for Minnesota Public Radio’s 2010-2011 Broadcast Journalist Series.
Naughton also will speak Thursday at a Faith and Work lunch, something new in the 16 years of the series.
In his 20th annual address, Father Dennis Dease says the university is “on a roll, a really big roll, probably the biggest roll ever.”
The center has been welcoming senior citizens to campus since 1973; this fall it is offering more programs than ever.
Ceremonies marking the start of a new school year will be held Wednesday afternoon.
Here is an opportunity to learn more about the program and meet its faculty and some of its current students.
Students, faculty and staff were treated to their first look at the stunning new complex last week.
Following the ceremony, all are welcome to tour the complex until 6 p.m. Be prepared to hear frequent use of “Wow, I can’t believe it!”
A much larger field house now will allow St. Thomas to host indoor track meets. The new arena, meanwhile, will be “more player-friendly and fan-friendly.”
St. Thomas hopes eventually to display the collection in a wildlife art museum or gallery on the conference center grounds.
Coach Tom Hodgson explains what it takes to have the fastest pool in town.
Ty Stenzel says the upgrade over previous facilities here will be like “night and day.”
Four campus offices have been forcibly entered between June 14 and July 14.
Bidding for goods and services over $3,000 is now in effect. Training will be available this summer and fall through the university’s Leadership Academy.
Faculty and staff are asked to book all travel with the preferred vendors effective immediately.
The music and vocal education major is in an Owatonna production that runs through July 17.
Between 250 and 300 workers are on site each day now. The complex should be available for the fall varsity teams by mid-August and for general use the week before classes start. See some new videos of the work under way.