Jordan Drilling Solutions

Creating the American Dream

When Misael Jordan came to the United States from Panama in 1999, he found construction work drilling underground to lay cable, conduit and electrical wiring. He worked his way up to foreman, and in 2011 decide...
Oyuna Uranchimeg

Humans of St. Thomas: Batoyun Uranchimeg

During weeks when our world has been inundated with too much darkness, loss and anguish, it seems timely to shine a light on one beacon of what is right and good in the world. Carol Bruess introduces us to COJO staff member Batoyun "Oyuna" Uranchimeg.
University of St. Thomas Law Professor Elizabeth Schiltz at the Pontifical Council for the Laity’s International Study Seminar, “Women and Work" in Rome.

Schiltz Caps Off Big Year for Women’s Issues With Rome Talk on Mothers in the Workplace

At the conclusion of a year that has seen equal pay and parental leave emerge as major topics of national conversation in the United States, University of St. Thomas School of Law Professor Elizabeth Schiltz was invited to Rome to present her work on mothers in the workplace for the Pontifical Council for the Laity’s International Study Seminar, “Women and Work.”
Alec Johnson

Outside Consultant Features Alec Johnson

On Sunday, December 6, Alec Johnson, an associate professor of entrepreneurship at the University of St. Thomas' Opus College of Business, was featured in the Star Tribune’s “Outside Consultant” column. Read Jo...
Ron Fowler '66, Nikhil Dama, Tim van Laarhoven, Laura Dunham, Ph.D. (Photo by Mike Ekern '02)

Home-cooked Meals Take Home Top Prize in Fowler

A platform to sell authentic, home-cooked meals, an online retailer of discount appliances and a menu reader for the blind, brought home the top prizes at the 7th annual Fowler Business Concept Challenge.Th...
The name placard outside of '85, the video game and recreation space inside the Anderson Student Center, is shown January 25, 2012

New Maker Space Slated for Anderson Student Center

Thanks to a collaboration between the Schulze School of Entrepreneurship and the Division of Student Affairs, St. Thomas will have its first maker space for students who are interested in creating things, either for their own personal enrichment or for potential future business opportunities.
Mollie Laidly

Studying Street Photography

During her freshman year, English major Mollie Laidly studied and presented on street photographer Vivian Maier.
Students take notes during a class. (Photo by Mark Brown)

How Did That Become a Class?

Outside-of-the-box classes allow professors to share research interests while students develop critical-thinking skills and foster connections in the community.