The lecture is sponsored by the Jay Phillips Center for Interfaith Learning. All are welcome.
Noah Namowicz ’09, is a coffee guy. Drinks it. Sources it. Buys it. Sells it. Lives it.And now, he owns it. Not coffee just at home, but part of the high-end, green (unroasted) coffee importing company he’s...
The Jan Phillips Bibliography of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam – and their Encounters, free and accessible to anyone, is a compilation of sources across history, including books, articles and periodicals, that reference interreligious engagements.
68 incoming students + 16 mentors + 16 new business ideas + 2 days of training = 68 entrepreneurial-minded students ready to tackle college with creative thinking and problem solving.The inaugural Freshman ...
Opportunities abound for lawyers in rural communities
Studying and practicing law in the post-Ferguson era
CrowdSuit helps individuals pursue small damage claims
J. Ryann Peyton '08 J.D. combines her background in the social sciences with the call to societal reform fostered by the School of Law
Michael Paulsen, professor and Distinguished University Chair, discusses the journey to the publication of his straightforward and accessible book on the Constitution-- completed with the help of his son, Luke.
Jessica Slattery ’06, foreign affairs officer in the U.S. State Department, gave the UST School of Law commencement speech on May 15. Read an excerpt from her remarks.
Ciresi Conlin LLP represents a new model for law firms.
Dean Vischer calls for boldness in putting the School of Law's mission into action.
Austin Otto '18 was surprised with a giant check from the company's CEO. He won an online contest by submitting a photo and brief essay.
The Access Group awarded a $67,000 grant to University of St. Thomas School of Law for professor Jerry Organ's research on variable affordability of law school on a net cost basis for different cohorts of students, with special attention to changes over time between 2010 and 2014.
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Associate Vice Provost for Global and Local Engagement Dr. Camille George has appointed Dr. Kimberly Vrudny as the director of civic engagement and Dr. Elise Amel as the director of sustainability initiatives within the newly formed Center for Global and Local Engagement.
Opus College of Business marketing professor Lisa Abendroth studies the power of word-of-mouth marketing.
However, St. Thomas' Shenehon Center finds that a scarcity of lower-priced homes for sale in the Twin Cities is putting upward pressure on asking prices.
A growing operation is bringing new life to an empty warehouse for an urban farmer in St. Paul. In 2010, Dave Roeser, an entrepreneur with a knack for starting companies, sold three of his four businesses, hold...
You've pitched your company or business idea to investors, but didn't land the funding you were hoping for. You’re not alone. Some studies show less than one percent of venture capital and angel pitches result ...
Assistant professor Kari Fletcher reflects on her efforts to develop a military social work curriculum that fits the needs of the School of Social Work.
A deepened collaboration with the Schulze School of Entrepreneurship is one of the major initiatives of a $168,000 grant to the School of Engineering from the Kern Family Foundation.
Associate professor Marie Lopez del Puerto reflects on her role as a physics professor in the lives of her students.
The Cleantech Open, which runs the world’s largest cleantech startup business accelerator, established a strategic partnership with the University of St. Thomas Schulze School of Entrepreneurship, which will function as the host for the regional operations after six years of leadership from the organization’s cofounder Justin Kaster.
Opus College of Business Dean Stefanie Lenway traveled to India to explore opportunities for St. Thomas students to study abroad and work in local social enterprises during a J. Term course.