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.
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.
The first 300 students will receive a free freshman Halloween ’09 T-shirt.
The College of Applied Professional Studies Graduate School of Professional Psychology welcomes three distinguished professors from the United Kingdom to lead this event on Monday.
Dr. Paul Wojda and Dr. Mathew Lu will discuss whether execution is a legitimate form of punishment.
The series begins Oct. 9 with a lecture by Dr. Michael Naughton and Dr. Robert Kennedy on Pope Benedict XVI’s encyclical “Caritas in Vertitate.”
Clubs and organizations that need funding for fall semester 2009 can print the forms from the Undergraduate Student Government Web page.
The NSHMBA promotes Hispanic business leadership. Visit the Opus College of Business booth #843 at the conference/career expo and follow the booth’s activity live on Twitter and Facebook.
Rosh Hashana begins at sundown Sept. 18 and ends the following Sunday; Yom Kippur begins at sundown Sept. 27 and ends Sept. 28.
Students who are considering withdrawing from all classes at UST and are receiving federal financial aid should talk to a financial aid counselor before withdrawing from courses.
Learn more about the Support Group for Returning Veterans or about the Creating Positive Body Image or Relationships groups.
Lectors, extraordinary ministers of Holy Communion, ushers and servers are needed.
Dr. Terry Fitzgerald, senior economist at the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis, will speak on “The Recession in Perspective.” Registrations are due by Sept. 18.
Learn about 2010 January Term programs offered worldwide through UMAIE.