"What are the Legal and Ethical Boundaries for Dealing with Immigration: Is the New Arizona Law an Appropriate Response?" will run Dec. 5 and 6.
The ceremony begins at 4:30 p.m. near the St. Paul campus’ landmark Summit Avenue Arches.
There was no shortage of headlines this week: more on climate change from associate professor John Abraham, a happier outlook for holiday spending in 2010 - and much more in this week's coverage.
"Refugee Awareness: What Does it Mean to be a Refugee?" is hosted by the African Nations Student Association and Amnesty International.
"All My Heart This Night Rejoices" will feature nearly 300 student performers in eight vocal and instrumental ensembles.
A professor's views on climate change make headlines along with football, family businesses and finance.
The Air Force ROTC's annual 24-hour vigil will begin with an opening ceremony at 5 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 10, at the flagpole in the lower quadrangle.
Read enough election coverage yet? UST minds sound off on Decision 2010 in this week's headlines.
The service will include psalms, petitions and music by the university’s Women’s Choir.
The production features several St. Thomas students. Admission is free to ACTC students, faculty and staff.
Controversies, commentary and clawbacks make headlines this week.
St. Thomas alumnus and NOAA scientist Dr. Richard Feely to discuss "Ocean Acidification: Global Warming’s Evil Twin."
John Allen Jr. will speak at an event co-sponsored by St. Thomas and St. Catherine.
Reger ’98, ’99 MBA will give his perspective on the oil industry and the efforts to develop domestic oil reserves.
Check out St. Thomas' coverage in the media this week.
The National Youth Sports Program and the Cultural, Academic and Athletic program promote lifelong learning, access to higher education, and the development of healthy lifestyle choices to disadvantaged youth.
Business is a hot topic this week as several St. Thomas faculty offer expertise.
Elaine Chao will discuss "America's Competitiveness in a Global Environment" as part of the Opus Distinguished Speaker Program.
He was the father of Tina Hansen, faculty services coordinator in the School of Engineering.
Theology Professor to Discuss ‘The Child in the Family of God’ at Monday’s Archbishop Ireland Memorial Lecture
Dr. John Martens will examine Jesus' sayings on the welcoming of children in the early church.
Tommies' rivalry with the Johnnies garners attention in the media this week.