Get a jump on the celebration of Asian-Pacific American Heritage Month. Japanese food will be served too!
Harvard Law professor David Wilkins to speak about diversity and changing relationships between companies, law firms
David Wilkins is the Lester Kissel Professor of Law at Harvard Law School. He focuses his scholarship on law practices and diversity.
There are still spots left on the appointment calendar.
James Shelton III, assistant deputy secretary for innovation and improvement in the U.S. Department of Education, will give the 13th annual Julian Parker Lecture for the UST School of Education.
Enjoy these profiles of some St. Thomas' previously unsung heroes. The were honored at the March 19 Faculty and Staff Recognition Awards celebration.
Dr. Donny George Youkhanna will give an account of the cultural losses suffered by the museum and 12,500 archaeological sites in the wake of his country’s invasion.
TPT soon will rebroadcast "DePalma on North America as a Nation" and "Interfaith Bridges to Holy Land Peace."
There will be early deadlines for all payroll action items due to the upcoming holidays and spring break.
Payroll announces early deadlines on payroll action items because of the Good Friday and Easter Monday holidays and spring break.
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If you missed last year's performance at St. Thomas by prize-winning organist Michael Unger, here's a second chance.
Here's your weekly dose of St. Thomas-related news in local, regional and national media.
It's free and open to the public.
RSVP by March 15 for the March 18 rosary, Mass and dinner to honor the priests who serve the St. Thomas campus community.
See the high-spirited 18th-century comedy opening next week at St. Catherine University.
Here are the week's news clips.
The event features readings and the display of new and rare Irish books from the University of St. Thomas' Celtic Collection, the largest of the university's special collections and one of the 10 largest collections of Celtic materials in North America.
The Honor Roll recognizes colleges and universities for volunteerism, service-learning and civic engagement.
The exhibit's April 16 opening event will feature a lecture by Iraqi American art historian Dr. Nada Shabout and a reception featuring Middle Eastern food, music, dance and film.
Some of St. Thomas' best student musicians perform. Don't miss it!
Eligible employees have through May 7, 2010, to notify Human Resources of their interest in participating.
Twin Cities Public Television soon will premiere one program and rebroadcast two others that originated at the University of St. Thomas.
RSVP by March 10 for this special event.
Catch up on St. Thomas stories near and far.
St. Thomas was given the award for largest gas savings by a commercial customer: a whopping 93,433 therms in 2009. That could have heated 497 houses in January.