A Scholastic Book Fair will be held Dec. 2, 3 and 4 on campus. Purchase quality children’s books and products at affordable prices and help the UST Child Development Center build its library
Dr. Catherine Cory will lead Wednesday’s discussion.
Students, staff and faculty can decorate, cook, serve, eat with the guests or clean up at the Dec. 5 event.
Faculty, staff and students are invited to join these brown bag discussions, even those who haven’t read the book. The group will meet Wednesday.
Volunteers for a focus group will meet to develop ideas for a campus campaign, or stop by the Grill at noon Nov. 30 to give feedback on posters and giveaways.
Auditions for “Servant of Two Masters,” an Italian comedy, and “Cinderella Confidential,” a touring children’s play, will be held Dec. 1 and 3.
The location of this comparative ethics class rests in the middle of the Himalayas. The priority registration deadline is Dec. 1.
The Knights of Columbus asks students, faculty and staff to write letters to the priests on campus by Dec. 31. A book of letters will be assembled and given as a gift for this Year of the Priest.
Hiawatha Leadership Academy students also will meet Tommie and learn about business ethics from a children’s book written by Students in Free Enterprise.
The regular schedule will resume on Monday, Nov. 30.
The group will meet Wednesday, Dec. 9. Everyone is welcome.
The early deadlines are due to the Thanksgiving holidays. Pay items received after the deadlines listed here will be processed on the Dec. 18 paycheck.
Check the list of procedures with early deadlines because of the Thanksgiving holidays.
Dr. Ellen Kennedy, former UST faculty member and now director of the Minnesota Genocide Intervention Network, will speak about genocide and brainstorm ways to help the Sudanese people.
To find this answer and more about UST, read the Institutional Research and Analysis report. Submit the correct response to monthly questions and you can win a UST coffee mug.
Faculty member Dan Jones will speak on “Salving the Wound: Into the Wild and Postmodern Masculinity” at this English Department colloquium Friday, Nov. 20.
Graduate business students are invited to register for this talk by Andy Arlotta, co-owner and vice president of the Minnesota Swarm lacrosse team.
The O’Shaughnessy-Frey Library Center and the Undergraduate Student Government are hosting Harry Potter Night. Dress as your favorite character and watch a movie today at the library.
Consider registering for a course with a service-learning component and bring classroom concepts to life with community-based experience.
The program is located at 2093 Grand Ave. Stop by on Wednesday, Nov. 11, to learn about the program and pick up spring course information.
The ceremonies will be held Dec. 18 at the St. Paul RiverCentre due to construction on the St. Paul campus. Free parking will be available for volunteers only in the RiverCentre ramp.
Dr. John Martens will lead Wednesday's discussion.
UST's Muslim-Christian Dialogue Center in the College of Arts and Sciences will host this talk by Dr. Yahya Michot on Nov. 5. The event is free.
The group will meet Wednesday, Nov. 11. Everyone is welcome.
The event will be held on Tuesday, Nov. 10. Participants will learn about graduate programs for lay students and also may attend a class in "Old Testament" with Dr. Paul Niskanen.