Bernadeia Johnson was in the first group to graduate from the CUE program in 1992.
Campus Ministry is accepting contributions for earthquake victims.
Petraglia will manage the center’s internal and external marketing communications, and will provide guest-services support.
Services were held Wednesday afternoon, Dec. 23.
Visitation and services will be held Dec. 28 and 29.
Newsweek editor Jon Meacham will speak Feb. 16 on “Conflict and Civility in the Age of Obama.”
The School of Divinity will begin accepting applications in January for the full-tuition scholarships.
Like the H1N1 ‘mist’ clinic held here Tuesday, the vaccinations on Thursday will be available to those under the age of 50.
The father of two St. Thomas staff members, John was a 1958 graduate and an active and longtime member of the university’s Alumni Association.
The clinic will be held from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the lower level of Koch Commons.
The recently expanded and renovated home for the Center for Catholic Studies will be open for tours from 2 to 4 p.m. Tuesday.
Wednesday marks the 30th anniversary of the death of this famous alumnus of the St. Paul Seminary.
Part of the largest building project in St. Thomas’ history, construction of the $66 million center is expected to begin in April or May. It will ready for use about two years from now.
Tousley has been a Twin Cities real estate executive and has taught at St. Thomas as an adjunct faculty member since 2003.
This is the second day the vaccine is being offered on campus. The vaccinations will begin at 11 a.m. Tuesday, Dec. 1, and will be offered as long as supplies last.
You can renew or purchase new permits for spring semester starting Monday, Dec. 7.
The just-completed $3.9 million project has nearly doubled the size of the center’s Sitzmann Hall.
The Asia correspondent for Public Radio International is the second of four speakers planned here for Minnesota Public Radio’s 2009-2010 Broadcast Journalist Series
The first shipment of H1N1 vaccine is expected to arrive on campus shortly. Initially, it will be given only to those in at-risk groups, such as pregnant women and those with certain medical conditions.
University of St. Thomas study finds that uneasy shoppers plan to spend the least since the annual study began in 2002.