St. Thomas junior Anna Nolan will be the sole college student in a delegation joining Gov. Mark Dayton on a mission to Mexico in August to promote economic ties.
Nancy Zingale, a retired St. Thomas political science professor, has been involved in educational and cultural exchanges between St. Thomas and Cuba since 1999. She was in Havana when President Barack Obama announced a significant change to U.S.-Cuban relations last December.
Alexis Easley, professor of English and graduate English program director, explores her fascination with the women who risked everything to pursue the literary life during the Victorian era.
Dr. Candace Chou and Dr. Heather Shirey have been selected to teach in Taiwan and China, respectively.
Robert Lippert, who taught English at St. Thomas from 1955 to 1989 and was an activist in civil rights and peace movements, died June 18. He was 94.
St. Thomas biology associate professor Adam Kay and his students have helped make Brightside Produce the first economically sustainable model for distributing low-cost, fresh produce to corner stores.
The arduous and rewarding path of a DREAMer
Graduation provides these eight seniors with time to reflect on past accomplishments and look forward to what the future may hold.
Kathy Jenson and Marguerite Hattouni Spencer have been elected to the University of St. Thomas Faculty Senate.
Associate professor Timothy Pawl seeks answers to some of the Catholic tradition’s most difficult questions.
A farewell reception will be Wednesday, June 10, for Dr. Kris Bunton, associate dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, who has been named dean of communication at the Bob Schieffer College of Communication at Texas Christian University.
The department celebrated its founder, Father David Smith, professor emeritus from the Theology Department.
The much-discussed encyclical is expected to be released in June or July.
The Office of Academic Affairs is pleased to announce affirmative decisions on promotion following the conclusion of the Tenure and Promotion Committee meetings in May 2015.
The new owners, who wish to remain anonymous, have pledged to restore and preserve the famous home.
A capstone tradition that inspires some fierce competition, the Ethics Bowl engages graduating COJO majors and alumni in debates about real cases in communication ethics.
The “architectural masterpiece” went for $905,000 at auction. It’s not yet known who bought the home or where it will be moved to next.
Fit for Ministry enlists HHP students to study and help improve seminarians’ health habits
Dr. Michael Naughton, a St. Thomas faculty member since 1991, has been named director of the Center for Catholic Studies and also will hold the Koch Chair in Catholic Studies.
Adam BenSalem ’15, a justice and peace studies major, interned with the Iraqi and American Reconciliation Project, a locally based nonprofit that works to rebuild relationships and understanding between Iraqis and Americans.
For the past three years during January Term, the Excel! Research Scholars have studied the Civil Rights Movement in the region where it all began, the American South.
Students in Amy Finnegan's justice and peace studies class had discussions with people all over the world – right from their computer screen.
Two Professors Receive John Ireland Presidential Award for Outstanding Achievement as a Teacher-Scholar
Professors Lisa Waldner and Gregory Sisk have been named recipients of the John Ireland Presidential Award for Outstanding Achievement as a Teacher-Scholar for 2014.
A seminar experience in Naples, Italy, allowed Dr. Meg Wilkes Karraker to welcome visiting scholar Rossella Galletti to campus.
Shannon Scott ’10 M.A, adjunct professor of English, knows a lot about werewolf literature. She will have an essay appear in She-Wolf: A Cultural History of the Female Werewolf.