Registrations are due by Friday, April 5.
The annual award and scholarship recognizes an outstanding UST commuter student. Nominations will be accepted through Friday, March 22.
Register by Friday, April 5, for these popular retirement-planning and education workshops for St. Thomas employees.
Dr. Susan Huber, executive vice president and chief academic officer, announces the faculty members who have been granted tenure or tenure with promotion.
Students of all majors are invited to participate. Proposals are due by Friday, March 15.
With a surplus of funds available, the St. Thomas Employee Federal Credit Union has a variety of loans to offer at competitive rates.
Make a donation to the campaign as a retirement gift for Father Dease and help keep St. Thomas’ participation rate in first place among Minnesota’s private colleges and universities.
Students of any major can gain skills this fall that will impress graduate programs and employers. The application deadline is March 15.
Offered by the Alumni Association, this mentorship program gives students the opportunity to meet with an alumnus or alumna to discuss networking, job searching and more. Register by March 5.
The award will go to a student and an exempt staff member with clarity of vision, courage of convictions and generosity of spirit in their work for women at St. Thomas. Nominations are due by March 8.
The Good Sister Award and the Pauline Lambert Advocacy Award will be given to women on campus; the Sapientia Award for Creative Work Focused on Women is open to men or women. The nomination deadline is March 8.
Students will be invited to meet with a career specialist and/or academic counselor at this informal event, and may visit with a number of faculty members to learn about specific majors and minors.
Students, faculty and staff are invited to submit proposals to “green” UST operations and campus life. The submission deadline is Tuesday, March 19.
Fellowship recipients will receive $4,000 stipends to support their research on an array of topics from a feminist perspective; faculty sponsors will receive $1,500 stipends.
Everyone, from interested students to professionals, is invited to register online to attend one or more of these professional development workshops.
The courses: Topics in Ecology and Culture in Korea, Management 480 in London and Ireland, and The Church in Latin America in Guatemala.
Apply for the James E. and Katherine C. O’Phelan Scholarship and/or the Niels and Carol Sorensen Scholarship by Friday, March 8.
Individuals of all faith traditions are invited to participate during this time of preparation for Holy Week and Easter. Pick up a reflection journal and stay in touch with Campus Ministry and the Wellness Center on Facebook for a chance to win a $100 bookstore gift card.
Pick up a free Rediscover Catholicism book, by Matthew Kelly, at Mass on Ash Wednesday, Feb. 13; join a discussion group; and attend a talk by Father Michael Becker on “Spiritual Intoxication and the Meaning of Life.”
Prime dates are open at the Gainey Center for spring and summer retreats.