A signature loan for up to $5,000 and up to five years at a rate of 8 percent now is available to anyone with a Beacon score of 700 to 799.
Supplies were collected following a January VISION trip but are on hold due to prohibitive direct shipping costs. Dr. Barbara Gorski will send the items anywhere in the United States to an individual who is planning a trip to New Delhi.
The speaker, Dr. Massoud Amin, director of the Technological Leadership Institute at the University of Minnesota, is sometimes called the "father of the smart grid."
The book is available in the University of St. Thomas Bookstore.
This July 21 discussion of Stephen Hawking’s book is designed to ease readers into the September selection: The Elegant Universe, by Brian Greene. Everyone is welcome.
John Steinbeck’s 1940 Pulitzer Prize-winning classic reveals the plight of migrant workers in the 1930s.
Purchasing, Accounts Payable, and the Controller’s Office list deadlines and guidelines to help ensure that expenses are charged to the correct fiscal year.
The Wellness Center and Luann Dummer Center for Women are highlighting this year’s theme, which notes the increase in tobacco marketing to women and girls.
Just in time to ease the pressure of finals, the Mass will be held at St. Mary’s Chapel on the south campus. A dessert treat will be served following the liturgy.
Note early deadlines for payroll action items.
Minneapolis campus employees, friends, family and students are welcome to stop by and learn about the program. The group will begin a new series May 25 in Terrence Murphy Hall.
Bid farewell to Karen Schierman, who is retiring after 21 years of service to the university, and celebrate the center's new location at 2097 Grand Ave.
Proceeds will help provide clean drinking water to schools in Najaf, Iraq, Minneapolis’ sister city.
“Breakfast all Day” cooked to order is available from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. as well as chicken or fish sandwiches and melts. There’s still time to enter a drawing to win one of four $50 gas gift cards.
The group will meet Wednesday, May 19. Everyone is welcome. (Bring your lunch.)
Jamaican Judge Patrick Robinson is president of the United Nations' International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia.
This fundraiser for the Huntsman Cancer Institute offers competitive but fun events each day this week and prizes. Sign up in advance for the tug-of-war and volleyball tournament.
This event is free to UST students, faculty and staff; registrations are needed via e-mail by Wednesday, May 12.
Stop by to show your support and talk to the students about their projects.
Everyone is welcome to join the group Wednesday, May 19, to discuss Kirstin Downey’s biography of Frances Perkins, who was named Secretary of Labor by President Franklin D. Roosevelt.
All students are welcome to enjoy activities such as a dunk tank, Spanish dance lessons, a soccer game, obstacle-course trivia game and a mariachi band in the Binz Refectory.
Faculty and staff are welcome. The registration deadline for this HECUA-facilitated workshop is May 21.
Tony Parr, of the Parr Financial Group of Wells Fargo Advisers, will talk about the history of his company and give retirement advice. The UST community is welcome.
Witness as a child to civil war in his native Africa, Obang Okello will speak Wednesday about his struggles and how his faith sustained him.
Designed for players ages 7 to 18, the camp will be held June 17-20 at UST.