A “rabbi in residence,” she co-founded an organization dedicated to resolving the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
The lecture will be held at the University of St. Thomas Oct. 25. Students are welcome to the lecture and a reception that follows.
A dinner-discussion with this year’s Havel scholar, Dr. Harry Boyte, is planned here Nov. 3
The award-winning journalist is a Minnesota native who joined National Public Radio in 2002.
Called a “game changer in the global-warming arena,” Alley hosted the PBS special, “Earth: The Operator’s Manual.”
Lewis Segl, a senior, has been involved with campus sustainability efforts since his freshman year.
This marks the first lecture in MPR’s annual Broadcast Journalist Series
Journalists from 10 countries will discuss differences between journalism here and their home countries.
All research protocol must be submitted via IRBNet starting Oct 1.
Latin for “truth,” the new name underscores the evidence-based nature of the institute’s ethics assessment tools.
ThreeSixty Journalism is a St. Thomas outreach program for budding journalists from diverse backgrounds. You can see their work here.
The announcement was made at the school’s anniversary celebration Tuesday evening.
Dr. Gary Anderson is a professor of Catholic theology and Old Testament. All are invited to his talk.
Now in its third month, St. Thomas’ real estate index shows the median sale price of homes dropped during what should be the prime selling season.
David Wirtschafter is a visiting rabbi who feels that “religion and science can be complementary influences.” The “lunch and learn” is free.
Five law professors will discuss the impact of recent decisions and look ahead at interesting cases on the court’s docket.
UST placed 101st among the nation’s 259 largest universities.
Bikes not parked at campus racks have received warning tags; now they will be removed and kept in storage for 90 days before being donated.
Dr. Anthony Esolen will speak on “Culture, What Culture?”