Food service will celebrate more than 50 years of dining in Murray Hall/Murray-Herrick Campus Center on Tuesday, Dec. 20.
She will be honored at an awards celebration Saturday, Dec. 3, at the Earle Brown Heritage Center.
The keynote speaker is Dr. Steven Nelson of the University of California, Los Angeles. He will present ‘Maria Magdalena Campos-Pons: Memory is Feminine.’
What do Leonardo da Vinci, Andy Warhol, and Albertus Kep have in common? They are all artists included in a monumental publication, The Art Museum.
The St. Thomas team will represent ABA Region 7 at the national competition, which takes place in New Orleans in February.
The Anderson Student Center is constructed in the Collegiate Gothic style, something very familiar to the St. Thomas campus.
In 2010-11, 51 St. Thomas volunteers taught 70 financial literacy classes, reaching more than 1,750 students with 10,500 hours of programming.
Bhala’s presentation will focus on agricultural tariffs and subsidies.
The exhibition will be in the O’Shaughnessy Educational Center lobby gallery through Jan. 26.
Flynn is a former chairman of KPMG International and is the St. Thomas 2011 Distinguished Alumnus.
The New York-based educational services company bases its ranking on surveys of 18,000 students and on institutional data obtained from the schools.
This year’s theme is “From Backpack to Briefcase: Bridging the Gap Between Success in Law School and Success in the Legal Profession” and will feature a networking reception followed by a panel of four speakers.
“The University of St. Thomas far exceeds all other ABA-accredited law schools in terms of placements,” according to a story in the magazine.
The Murphy Institute for Catholic Thought, Law and Public Policy launches the series Oct. 13 at the School of Law.
Dr. Rebecca Pulju ’97, assistant professor of history at Kent State University, will present “The Good Buyer: Women, Consumption, and the Making of Postwar France.”