Here’s a roundup of recent St. Thomas mentions of interest in various media.
The new deadline is Feb. 1 to nominate staff for the university's Distinguished Citizen and Lifelong Learner awards.
If you are over 18 and were adopted at age 8 or younger, you are eligible to participate.
If you have not registered but would like to attend the fair, come to the Career Development Center, Room 350, Murray-Herrick Campus Center.
UST faculty experts galore!
The session is scheduled at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 26, in the Luann Dummer Center for Women.
Get a glimpse of Minnesota's rich tradition of children's book illustration. An artists' reception is scheduled Jan. 24.
The 33-credit program provides a comprehensive, interdisciplinary understanding of Catholicism and the Catholic intellectual tradition.
Twin Cities Public Television will rebroadcast four programs that originated at St. Thomas in 2007, 2008 and 2009.
Here's the latest ...
"Christ Pantocrator" is a gift from Dr. Dana Johnson, director of neonatology and the International Adoption Medicine Program and Clinic at the University of Minnesota.
The American Museum of Asmat Art at St. Thomas will receive $6,000 for climate monitoring and improvement.
In the news this week: Dr. Matthew Batt of the UST English Department has won a $25,000 literature fellowship from the National Endowment for the Arts.
The commencement celebration moves off campus this semester during construction on the university's new Anderson Athletic and Recreation Complex.
The $2,500 scholarships are available to full-time undergraduate or graduate students.
The ups and downs of football playoffs, a big boost for teacher preparation from the Bush Foundation and a go-ahead for the Anderson Student Center make the news this week. And Tiger Woods. Even here.
Seven candidates for their master's degrees will present their qualifying research in a forum Dec. 16.
The Dec. 10 lecture is free, just down Grand Avenue at Macalester College. Everyone's welcome.
The Bush Foundation and 14 colleges and universities – including the University of St. Thomas – yesterday announced a 10-year, $40 million effort to transform teacher-education programs in Minnesota, North Dakota and South Dakota.
Start thinking about who best deserves the year's Lifelong Learner and Distinguished Citizen awards. The deadline for nominations for these staff awards is Monday, Jan. 18.
Fun football stories and more this week.
The festivities begin at 4:30 p.m. at the Arches. Have hot chocolate and cookies too!
Contemplate the history of Advent art and multi-ethnic and multicultural representations of Jesus.
"Interfaith Bridges to Holy Land Peace" will be rebroadcast Dec. 7 and 8 on tptMN.
Mark your calendar for great music this month.