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?”
All are welcome to discussion sessions planned for Sept. 20 and 23.
Scholars from throughout the United States will participate.
Gustafson holds a master’s in theology from St. Thomas and is a doctoral candidate at Claremont Graduate University.
The School of Divinity has an enrollment of 100 seminarians; overall it serves 442 degree and nondegree students.
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Holub holds the university’s Honeywell Endowed Chair in Global Technology Management.
Highlights include Tuesday’s March Through the Arches, Interfaith Blessing and Opening Picnic. Everyone’s welcome.
The 38-year-old center has a new name and more seminars than ever.
The program starts this month and is designed to create extraordinary classroom teachers.
Rogers directs St. Thomas’ Center for Irish Studies and was honored for contributions to the Irish cultural community.
Brodin practices law and has extensive experience working in the field of professional development with law firms and attorneys.
St. Thomas new real estate index shows the median sale price of homes dropped 3 percent from June to July but the number of sales is up 34 percent over 2010.
Engberg starts here this week; he comes to St. Thomas from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, where he directed overseas programs.