Her talk, sponsored by the University Lectures Committee, is free and open to all.
New Book by St. Thomas Communications Professor Looks at How Digital and Social Media are Changing Families
Join Carol Bruess and contributing author Meg Wilkes Karraker for a Dec. 1 discussion on what they learned about this “great big human, digital-age experiment.”
The team consisted of junior Adam Berkowitz; sophomores Robert Klemm, Broderick Prokosch, Rachel Stang, Amanda Tenhoff; and freshmen Dana Connelly, Carol Michael and Connor Skidmore.
This week's notes feature faculty Dave Brennan, Mark DelCogliano, Massimo Faggioli, Ken Goodpaster, T. Dean Maines, Mike Naughton, Brian Shapiro, Shersten Johnson, Jennifer McGuire, Phil Rolnick, Buffy Smith, Artika Tyner, Bob Werner; staff Jim Rogers; and students Shannon Kelly and Meaghan Scott.
Evan La Ruffa ’05 is the founder of IPaintMyMind, a Chicago-based company with a new nonprofit model.
Students in Thomas Bushlack’s Christian Theological Tradition class will discuss their experiences at a Dec. 2 poster session.
A VO2 max test provides athletes – whether professional or recreational – accurate, personalized data they can use to tailor their training and reach their goals. Dr. Paul Mellick of St. Thomas' Health and Human Performance Department, and one intrepid Newsroom writer will show you what this grueling test is like.
Spanish literature and music students will present the program, "Hispanic Poetry and Guitar through the Centuries," from noon-1 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 17, in the O'Shaughnessy-Frey Library Leather Room.
The Environmental Science Program will host a talk by Dr. Chip Small titled "Sudoku and environmental science: Tools for filling in the gaps in our understanding of natural systems."
St. Thomas also took first place in 2012 and 2013.
The senior rabbi at Bet Shalom Congregation in Minnetonka, Cohen also teaches at several local colleges and universities.
The recital is the first in this season’s Organ Artist Series.
Zeki Saritoprak holds a chair in Islamic studies at John Carroll University and is the author of “Islam’s Jesus.”
Dr. John Tauer, men's basketball coach and a psychology professor at St. Thomas, discusses his new book on youth sports and parenting.
It has been 50 years since the Second Vatican Council and the lifting of excommunications between the Roman Catholic and Orthodox churches.
The new Institute for Catholicism and Citizenship is bringing to campus Father David Hollenbach from Boston College and Dr. John McGreevy from Notre Dame.
Find one of our theologians at a church, university, or conference center near you.
Check out these upcoming events.
Drs. Tom Hickson and Kevin Theissen will discuss and reflect on Icelandic geology and sustainability issues at a brown bag session from noon-1 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 28, in O'Shaugnessy Science Hall, Room 124.
Restoring Public’s Trust in Financial System is Topic of Oct. 28 Program at Opus College of Business
Three experts will discuss the topic at a free program hosted by St. Thomas’ Center for Ethical Business Cultures.
The lecture by Jeffrey Engel of Southern Methodist University is one of several events planned this fall by St. Thomas’ German Program.
Philip Rolnick is a professor of theology at the University of St. Thomas. His work on theology, cosmology, and evolution will be featured in the Theology Department’s New Frontiers Series, at 7 p.m. Nov. 12. The lecture is based on his book Origins: God, Evolution, and the Question of the Cosmos forthcoming from Baylor University Press, October 15, 2015.
The Jay Phillips Center for Interfaith Learning hosted a two-day symposium on "Christian Faith in a Multifaith World," examining interreligious interaction 50 years after the Catholic Church's Nostra Aetate document from Vatican II.
This week's notes feature faculty Jennifer Awes-Freeman, Father Juan Miguel Betancourt, John Froula, David Jamieson, Shersten Johnson, David Kelley, Ray MacKenzie, Deborah Savage, Angela Senander, William Stevenson, Phil Stoltzfus, AnnMarie Thomas, Artika Tykner and Christian Washburn; and students Jackie Milbrandt (also staff) and Caitlin Woodard.
Hebrew Bible scholar David Penchansky reviews the popular television series.