Though the clinical dimension of psychology is certainly its most well-known aspect, St. Thomas students master the science of psychology through the psychology curriculum and through hands-on work in active research teams.
After her undergraduate career, Kelly Larmon returned to St. Thomas to earn an M.B.A. in 2003, and continued on to Hamline University School of Law, earning her J.D. She believes in the value of a liberal arts education, getting involved and seizing opportunities.
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.
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.
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.