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.
Shea, a member of the St. Thomas law faculty, will be joined by Nick and Carolyn Ryberg, whose $1 million false-invoicing scheme ended with guilty pleas, federal convictions and prison terms.
The Jay Phillips Center for Interfaith Learning at St. Thomas assisted with this initiative that pairs mosques and synagogues in an effort to promote understanding.
The 23rd annual observance will include a 6 p.m. talk by World War II B-17 navigator Robert Clemens.
Students can add graffiti to the wall replica in the quad at noon today. Tomorrow’s talk is about life in East Berlin at the time the wall split Germany. They are among campus events celebrating the 20th anniversary of the end of the Berlin Wall.
Don’t have a ticket to the event tonight? Don’t worry; you can get your ticket as you get on the shuttle bus.
Leslie died in a car accident over the weekend
The defendants, lawyers and judges will come together in an unprecedented forum, “Crime, Punishment and Redemption: Three Unique Reunions.”
Who will win the $1 million prize for their faith-based humanitarian work? Tickets to the program are still available.
The Saudi Club at St. Thomas welcomes everyone. The evening is free if reservations are made by Wednesday.
A member of St. Thomas’ education faculty for the past 13 years, Kramer has served as the college’s interim dean since May 2008.
St. Thomas’ Evening MBA Program is sponsoring the Nov. 6-7 event.
The program is part of the university’s fall CommUNITY Series.
Student Health Service Director Madonna McDermott said the mobile unit will provide additional space to see the growing number of students who have the flu.
Sponsored by the St. Paul Seminary School of Divinity, the conference will bring together scholars from four countries.
Student Health Service Director Madonna McDermott covers seven flu-related topics in her latest Pandemic Web site column.