Full-time faculty and staff hired on or after July 1 now have a one-year waiting period before tuition remission benefits will be available to them.
Pope Benedict XVI has named Bishop Blase Cupich ’71 of Rapid City, S.D., the new bishop of the Diocese of Spokane. He joins a list of at least nine other men named bishops in recent years who have St. Thomas and St. Paul Seminary School of Divinity ties
The Vatican today announced the appointment of Father Arthur Kennedy as auxiliary bishop for the Archdiocese of Boston, Mass.
It will reopen on July 6.
See "Interfaith Bridges to Holy Land Peace" on July 5-6.
Dr. Susan Huber, executive vice president and chief academic officer, announces several significant changes and appointments.
Here's the latest news published about St. Thomas in other media.
Here's an FAQ about the dependent eligibility verification audit now under way for those covered on St. Thomas' health care plan.
The date of the contribution rate change now coincides with the beginning of the academic year and the month in which the university generally awards annual pay increases and begins faculty contracts. Changes in eligibility and vesting periods will continue to become effective on July 1.
The $10,000 Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter Partnership Award honors outstanding campus-community partnerships.
St. Mark's School transformed a parking lot into a playground with colorful games and maps, thanks to a 2010 Gibney Award from the University of St. Thomas.
Here are recent clips of interest from various news media.
Wadena, Minn., where a June 17 tornado destroyed the home of UST sophomore Justin Tucker's family, has announced cleanup efforts and established a relief fund.
Please remember in your prayers Lorraine Rosauer, mother of Jane Fredrickson of the UST Student Health Service staff. Her funeral Mass is today.
A highlight of this week's clip: A YouTube parody written and performed by a Tommie, a Johnnie and a Bennie. The result? Nearly 50,000 hits and counting.
There's a little for everyone in this week's assembly of St. Thomas-related clips. Read about priests, panagrams, gossip and global warming. And more. There's always more.
Here's a roundup of St. Thomas-related news carried by various media over the past week.
She is one of the 575 U.S. students selected; nearly 5,300 applied.
TPT's Minnesota Video Vault offers users free access to documentaries, performances, interviews and speeches.
The "Celebrate Business Success" Award was given to recognize "business leadership and best practices that enhance the economic vitality of the St. Paul/East Metro area."
And here's the last reading material of the semester. Here's a collection of St. Thomas-related news stories from the past week.
Nick Huynh's faculty mentor says "he has the magic combination of intellect, curiosity, passion and enthusiasm that will make him an outstanding biomedical researcher."
Presentation topics vary from the influence of Ralph Waldo Emerson on recent American nonfiction, to ekphrastic poetry, to werewolves, to Harry Potter. A reception follows, too.
Three students will present their qualifying research projects for their M.A. degrees in art history.
Strusinski, one of 36 faculty and staff to retire this year, shares some of the high points from his 33 years at St. Thomas.