St. Thomas graduate and professional programs in business, education, law and social work are recognized in the annual Best Graduate School rankings published Tuesday by U.S. News & World Report.
The free events are part of the annual Forum on Workplace Inclusion.
Four tenured faculty members were promoted, and 16 were granted tenure and promoted simultaneously to associate professor.
Seniors John Umarov and Julio Vasquez and sophomore Chad Helland were chosen to attend the gathering of up-and-coming social entrepreneurs based on a project they are developing with the St. Thomas chapter of Engineers for a Sustainable World.
Puto is the sixth St. Thomas administrator to become president of a college or university in the past 13 years.
A passion project becomes a delicious success for Monique Volz ’11.
The 27th annual conference recognizes outstanding individuals and organizations for their achievements in diversity and inclusion in the workplace.
St. Thomas ranked as one of the nation’s “Most Underrated,” plus an Almanac appearance in this week’s headlines.
What does it take to be a successful business school today? Stefanie Lenway, dean of the Opus College of Business, recently attended the AACSB International Deans Conference, attended by deans of business schoo...
Two family-run wineries have found their niche in a busy and rapidly expanding marketplace.
The forum began as a two-hour video conference in the 1980s and is now the nation’s leading conference for advancing diversity in the workplace.
A new Web page and advertising campaign encourages people to join in thought-provoking discussions and debates on questions that are frequently asked, but rarely addressed.
Nick Dahlen '16 finds "faith, and trust, and pixie dust" under the big top at Circus Juventas.
Bill Gates spoke at the building dedication of Schulze Hall on Oct. 20, 2005.
Target tumbles, #BlackLivesMatter and the Pope talks climate change in recent headlines.
13 days of business visits, learning and networking with numerous entrepreneurs and businesspeople, independently practicing the design thinking process, presenting to a venture capital firm and immersing ourselves in Silicon Valley’s culture.
This week's notes feature faculty Mary Ann Brenden, Mark DelCogliano, Massimo Faggioli, Sarah Ferguson, Amy Finnegan, Eric Fort, Mike Klein, Robert Koerpel, Jack Nelson-Pallmeyer, Shirley Polejewski, Jim Rogers, Gerald Schlabach, Sister Katarina Schuth, AnnMarie Thomas, Jessica Toft, Father (professor emeritus) David Whitten Smith, Carey Winkler and Kari Zimmerman; and students Tim Stammeyer and Jade Schleif.
Recently, we sat down with Jacque Anderson, new Assistant Dean for Executive Education to find out about what’s next for the Executive Education program at St. Thomas.
Students presented their final projects to Mainsail Partners before heading to IDEO, a cutting-edge design and innovation consulting firm, to learn more about design thinking.
Students spent Wednesday readying their presentations for investors at Mainsail Partners, building on everything they’ve learned during their time in the Silicon Valley Immersion class.
UST entrepreneurship students spent Tuesday honing in on their class projects in Silicon Valley. For one team of students, the San Francisco location proved to be just right for their research.
Students on the Silicon Valley Immersion trip spent Monday afternoon with at Shyp, a startup that’s seen great success early.
UST entrepreneurship students in Silicon Valle spent time “unpacking” what they learned in their first four days in California, and applying it to their class projects.
The first two days of our journey through Silicon Valley gave us a fresh outlook on the contemporary methods of business functionality and prepared us well for day three of our excursion.
Day two of our adventure in Silicon Valley began with great anticipation. We hit the road for a two-hour journey to Plantronics, a Santa Cruz-based headset company known for superior sound, style and comfort.