The group will meet Wednesday, April 21. Everyone is welcome.
The speaker, Dr. Christopher Wolfe, is emeritus professor at Marquette University, vice president of the Thomas International Project and co-director of the Ralph McInerny Center for Thomistic Studies.
They will discuss leadership and NGO management on March 29 with Ann Johnson, director of St. Thomas’ Center for Nonprofit Management in the Opus College of Business.
Attend Mass for Holy Week and go to confession at the Basilica of St. Mary in Minneapolis, and the Church of St. Mark or Nativity of Our Lord Catholic Church in St. Paul.
Sign up by Friday, March 26. Clubs can earn service hours while giving elderly or disabled neighbors a helping hand.
Scholarship amounts will be no less than $1,500.
Two students, Kelly Rodriguez and Lauren Miller, will be presented with the Sister Pat Kowalski Women’s Leadership Award. The event is Thursday, March 25.
Stop by the center this week to pick up a water bottle filled with safety tips, and essentials for a relaxing and safe Spring Break.
The annual event includes a silent auction, Opening Kitchen Doors cookbook sales and a school supplies donation opportunity for the children of Haiti.
The group will meet Wednesday, March 24. Bring lunch and join the discussion, even if you have not read or finished the book.
The presentation topic should relate to the theme “i-LEAD.” Individuals and groups interested in submitting proposals are asked to send it to the FLI Committee by Friday, March 26.
The Deferred Admission program allows seniors to secure a spot two years in advance, allowing time for full-time work experience. The next informational session is Tuesday, March 23.
The Sigma Chi Sweetheart is held in high regard and becomes the fraternity’s female representative on campus. Applications are due by April 24.
Bring in your books until April 8. Also note that a database trial of the Naxos Music Library will run through April 30.
This is an opportunity for a class or club to complete volunteer hours.
Apply for curriculum development grant for faculty by May 3. Applications for professional development awards for staff and faculty are accepted throughout the year.
Enjoy tea and taste desserts as first-year student Justyna Szatan talks about her experiences growing up in the home country of Copernicus, Chopin and Pope John Paul II.
Grant recipients will be provided a $4,000 stipend and free on-campus housing for the summer while completing a research project in conjunction with a community partner.
The next showing is Monday, March 15, and will feature two classic short films.
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Students are invited to submit designs by noon Wednesday, March 17. The winners will receive a UST Bookstore gift certificate.
The group will meet Wednesday, March 24. Everyone is welcome.
The center invites UST faculty to "Team-Based Learning: Small Group Learning's Next Big Step," to be held Monday, March 8.
The evening's topic is "Vatican Council II: Catholicism, Modernity and Reform." Everyone is welcome.