ThreeSixty is the College of Arts and Sciences journalism program for minority and low-income teens.
A memorial gathering for the late peace activist and adjunct faculty member will be held at St. Thomas Saturday.
A new program, "Pathways to Understanding," helps participants better understand current world conflicts.
Anne Graves retired from St. Thomas in 1995 after 13 years of service.
Rabbi Sharon Brous’ March 13 lecture is sponsored by the Jay Phillips Center for Interfaith Learning. All are welcome.
The 24th annual forum, presented by the Opus College of Business, runs March 20-22 at the Minneapolis Convention Center.
Rabbi Sharon Stiefel and Father Erich Rutten will lead this interfaith conversation. A free buffet lunch will be served.
This will be the Minnesota premiere of "The Pipe," a film about a natural gas pipeline that sparked the most controversial environmental issue in recent Irish history.
The free program is part of the university’s Organ Artist Series.
Retired Immigration Judge Joseph Dierkes will moderate the program featuring St. Thomas law professor Virgil Wiebe and Pepperdine economist Andrew Yuengert.
University of St. Thomas analysts say a meaningful recovery won’t be seen until the percentage of 'distressed' sales returns to normal levels.
All are welcome to this 'Celebration of the Life of Marv Davidov,' a lifelong peace activist who died Jan. 14.
Ohno, the most-decorated U.S. Winter Olympian in history, will speak in the new Woulfe Alumni Hall. Bring your St. Thomas ID for best seating.
Mengler has served as dean of St. Thomas' School of Law since 2002.
Dr. Howe taught history at St. Thomas for 22 years; she died last month.
The event teaches positive portrayals of children with mental health issues.
The Center for Catholic Studies is hosting this lecture on Newman and the Oratory of St. Philip Neri.
Jason Adkins will speak at noon Wednesday in Koch Commons.
Linguistics Professor and Best-selling Author Deborah Tannen to Speak Feb. 16 on ‘Stopping America’s War of Words’
Tannen's talk is the third at St. Thomas in an annual series intended to promote civil discourse.
The speaker is a professor and author who specializes in the study of Islam, Dr. Amir Hussain of Loyola Marymount University.
The program, which helps prepare undergrads for doctoral-level studies, is planning a January Term trip to the South next year to study the history of the Civil Rights Movement.
Author Christopher Shannon to Present ‘Irish Catholics on the American Screen’ Lecture Here Next Monday
Shannon is a history professor who wrote 'From Bowery to Broadway: The Irish in American Film'; his lecture will include film clips.
Last year, another St. Thomas grad, Shane Kitzman, won the award.
The free recital will be held in St. Mary's Chapel at the School of Divinity.
Among the honors for the St. Thomas-based program was a Special Award of Excellence.