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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.
Tamara and her husband, former trustee Bernard Brennan, were generous supporters of St. Thomas.
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.
Twin Cities Real Estate Landscape Shows Improvement Despite Slight Downturn in the Median Price of Homes
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.
The south-campus gym underwent the second of a two-phase renovation this summer.
Engberg starts here this week; he comes to St. Thomas from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, where he directed overseas programs.
Hilda was the mother of Steve Trost, Greenhouse, and Lisa Dochniak, library.
A Navy SEAL who died in Afghanistan, Nicholas is related to several members of the St. Thomas community.
Dr. Ryan, former president of Indiana University, served on the St. Thomas board for 18 years.
Open to the public, the debate co-hosts are the university’s Holloran Center for Ethical Leadership and School of Law.
St. Thomas' monthly residential real estate index uses nine data elements to provide a more detailed analysis of the 13-county market trends.
Dr. Carolyn Woo will give the 2011 Hesburgh Lecture at St. Thomas’ Minneapolis campus.
Senior Bryant Ortega designed 'Project Hope' to teach Minneapolis kids about nutrition and physical activity.
Levine, who has accepted an executive position in Chicago, is the only employee to have worked on all four St. Thomas campuses.
This is the second window-peeping alert this summer.
You can learn about software degree programs at St. Thomas, including the new B.A.-M.S. master's track.
The Minnesota Department of Education approved St. Thomas as the "authorizer" of four additional charter schools in the Twin Cities.
The inaugural event is being organized by St. Thomas Business 200 students.
Andrew Jaspers received the fellowship from the Fund for Theological Education