The Center for Catholic Studies will reflect upon and celebrate the accomplishments of the last two decades.
Eighth International Conference on Catholic Social Thought and Management Education
On March 30, Cardinal Peter K.A. Turkson, president of the Pontifical Council for Justice and Peace (PCJP), addressed the XXIV UNIAPAC World Congress in Lyon, France.
We all know about the competitiveness we have with Saint John’s in sports. What you might not think about when you hear UST and SJU in the same sentence however, are the ties that bind us together. Both schools are anchored in the Catholic intellectual tradition and have a shared belief in the importance of the arts in a humanities-based education.
He served on the committee to bring the American Museum of Asmat Art collection to St. Thomas.
The lecture is sponsored by the university’s English Department, now home to the journal Victorian Periodicals Review and new courses on the Victorian era.
Kraig Windschitl to Perform in Next Recital Celebrating 25th Anniversary of Chapel’s Gabriel Kney Pipe Organ
Windschitl and the university’s Schola Cantorum will perform Bach chorales on Sunday, Dec. 9.
With an undergraduate finance major and a mini-master’s in health care from St. Thomas, Brian McEnaney was well-prepared for the technical requirements of a career in software and health information systems.
Frum is a Newsweek, Daily Beast and CNN contributor who spoke on “America after the election: Can we get anything done?”
Philosophy is the pursuit of wisdom, asking “why” in a serial and dogged fashion. Growing up in a household at once Catholic and academic I think I was groomed to ask “why” in such a way.
Most weekdays last summer Grant Schmura and David Houserman left the biology lab around noon and drove to Lake Judy in Shoreview, Minn. Before each of those days was done they would spend five hours gathering and tracking painted turtles.
The university observatory will open its doors for public observing on Nov. 28 and Dec. 12.
Each of the scholarly journals edited or published in the College of Arts and Sciences provides new information and exciting opportunities to the faculty who work on them.
Discussing a particular theological question is like pulling that piece of thread coming out of your sweater. The more you pull, the more you see how connected the piece of thread is to the whole of the sweater.
For the past three summers, graduate students and beginning professors of philosophy and theology have traveled from around the world to attend the St. Thomas Summer Seminar in Philosophy of Religion and Philosophical Theory.
One of my favorite activities as dean is greeting new faculty as they join the University of St. Thomas and the College of Arts and Sciences.
Friday’s ‘Hot Topics: Cool Talk’ Forum Asks: Should German Home-Schoolers be Granted Asylum in U.S.?
The University of St. Thomas forums this year are focusing on the challenges of religious freedom here and around the world.
Frum is a Newsweek, Daily Beast and CNN contributor who will talk about America after the election. The program is free, but reservations are required.
The four informal concerts feature music by guitarist Joan Griffith and pianist Laura Caviani, the UST Guitar Ensemble, the UST Women’s Choir and the UST String Ensemble.
The annual tradition will be held at the Minneapolis Convention Center this year while it's usual host, Orchestra Hall, undergoes construction.
Global Health, designated as a service-learning course, provides an opportunity for students to apply their community health learning on an international scale.
Junior Fartun Dirie's research project turned abstract ideas into concrete maps. Through these "mental maps," she seeks to understand local Somalis' view on residential desireability, migration decisions and how they perceive the Twin Cities' landscape.
The international online research journal is published by the University of St. Thomas in conjunction with Graduate Programs in Music Education.
Learn about the minor and how it can enhance a student’s major.
For 37 years the Green Bay, Wis., native primarily taught American literature, including the novel since Word War II. He served under three university presidents, and also coached tennis.