Nick Benish, Chad Hewitt, Francesca Ippoliti and Joe Jaye presented posters describing their research April 25.
Sophomore Maria McQuillan was awarded a scholarship, and juniors Anna Grim and Ryan Slechta were given honorable mentions by the prestigious and competitive program.
The sampler, set into motion during fall semester, will be released at a party at 7 p.m. Tuesday, May 5, at Scooter’s in the Anderson Student Center.
MLS is headed for Minnesota, Lilly Pulitzer crashes Target and a ‘Good Question’ about lie detector tests in recent headlines.
Cooper, who has reported from more than 60 countries, is the final speaker in this year’s Minnesota Public Radio News’ Broadcast Journalist Series.
David Duccini ’94, ’99 M.S.S.E., is the founder of Do a Bit of Good, a Bitcoin-based charitable organization he hopes will do some good while helping to change the conversation on cryptocurrencies.
In March nearly 200 University of St. Thomas Justice and Peace Studies (JPST) and Opus College of Business (OCB) students gathered for an interdisciplinary dialogue about how they – as business persons, community activists and consumers – could promote responsible business that cultivates a more just and peaceful world.
The talk features marriage and family expert Dr. Kirsten Lind Seal of St. Mary’s University and is sponsored by St. Thomas’ Family Studies Program.
What exactly is "The Entrepreneurial Vision of the Economy of Communion"?
Two decades after its beginning, the Center for Irish Studies continues to further St. Thomas' Irish tradition.
The university’s student-run news organization won seven first-place awards at the Midwest Journalism Conference. The organization brought home two awards for best website.
Performing May 5 will be Andrew Scheiber and Liz Wilkinson, a folk duo who recently put out their first CD of folk and honky-tonk.
The new lecture series is sponsored by St. Thomas’ Family Studies Program.
In late November, 14 students from Dr. Lorina Quartarone’s 211 (Intermediate) and 298 (Medieval) Latin classes participated in a national exam sponsored by the Classical Association of the Middle West and South.
Social Justice Advocate John Carr to Deliver Inaugural Lecture for Institute for Catholicism and Citizenship April 23
After serving more than 20 years with the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, the University of St. Thomas graduate now heads Georgetown’s Initiative on Catholic Social Thought and Public Life.
Chelsea Balthazar, a freshman international student from the Caribbean island of Dominica, will speak at this month's CultureLink Tea, April 13.
Professor Kimberly Vrudny interviews St. Thomas junior Sarah Van Stralen, who is completing a major in criminal justice.
St. Thomas' English Department is holding an event to celebrate Lon Otto, who taught 40 years before retiring last year. The event will take place 6-9 p.m. in Terrence Murphy Hall, Thornton Auditorium (Room 260).
The name sums it up: It’s at noon, it’s about art and it’s about music. It’s always fun and all are welcome.
This year’s festival has the theme of “Illumination” and features five events in April.
Change in higher education - including at St. Thomas - can take many forms and be difficult to enact, but it is a vital part of a university's evolution.
Massimo Faggioli summarizes the book Sorting Out Catholicism: A Brief History of the New Ecclesial Movements.
Sarah Hayes '10 M.A., a doctorate student at the University of Florida, is preparing to defend her dissertation, which examines the relationship between prisons and American Indian boarding schools.
Corrine Carvalho encourages us to "drop the stories and feel the feelings."
Cara Anthony and Elise Amel discuss "Framing" theology psychologically.