Michael Stevens

Humans of St. Thomas: Michael Stevens

Michael Stevens, co-president of St. Thomas' Theology Club and a theology major, loves studying, you guessed it, theology. He also can out eat most humans at a buffet and go head to head with the world's greatest PlayStation enthusiasts.
Jonathon Shields

Humans of St. Thomas: Jonathon Shields

Humans of St. Thomas caught up with junior music performance and music business major Jonathon Shields, who uses his musical talents to bring joy to elderly homes and children hospitals around the Twin Cities.
Meghan Sharkus

Humans of St. Thomas: Meghan Sharkus

Megan Sharkus is tackling the same challenges as her freshman classmates, plus the added challenge of running her own business, which is dedicated to improving the education, design appeal and safety of insulin kits for children with diabetes.
Patrick Fisher

Humans of St. Thomas: Patrick Fisher

Humans of St. Thomas visits with Patrick Fisher, a senior triple major in philosophy, Catholic studies and mathematics with a big appetite for big ideas.
B.B. King

Depth of Field Icons: B.B. King

The legendary King of the Blues gave a "magical" performance and talk to a captivated sold-out audience at St. Thomas on Feb. 16, 1990.
The Chapel of St. Thomas Aquinas.

Photo Services Best of 2016

St. Thomas photographers have chosen their favorites from the more than 5,000 photographs collected in 2016.

Health Policy – It is still on the political agenda

The recent Presidential debates did not include significant discussion of health policy. It is disappointing not to see this topic on the forefront of the national agenda. Nonetheless the topic is very alive at...
Michael Porter

Fake Palms, Parrotheads and Ribbons

Just for fun, I put on my Parrothead gear and went out to the Mall of America (MOA) for the official ribbon cutting of the newest Margaritaville Cafe. Getting there early gave me a chance to observe the organiz...

The Challenge of Managing Global Risk

Kristine Raffel, group head of risk for Copenhagen Airports, will speak at the 2016 Fall Global Risk Summit on October 7.Climate change, the Zika virus, refugees, the global banking system, terrorism - all...
March Through the Arches

Depth of Field: Welcome Week

St. Thomas kicked off a new academic year with a Welcome Days program that included educational and entertaining programs for first-year students during their first few days on campus.
Christopher Michaelson

Christopher Michaelson Featured on Huffington Post

To mark the 15th anniversary of 9/11, Christopher Michaelson, associate professor of ethics and business law, and Jennifer Tosti-Kharas, assistant professor of organizational behavior at Babson College, wrote "...
Move-In Day

Depth of Field: A Few of Their Favorite Things

There are 1,217 freshmen living on campus this year and on Sept. 2 most of them moved in. St. Thomas staff photographer Mark Brown asked a small sample of these students about the most important thing they brought with them.
David Deeds

Outside Consultant Features David Deeds

On Sunday, August 21, David Deeds, professor of entrepreneurship at the University of St. Thomas Opus College of Business, was featured in the Star Tribune’s “Outside Consultant” column. Read Deeds' advice for ...
Michael Porter

The Intersection of Policy and Communication

With a little reflection, anyone who pays attention to the national news can recall a situation in which the federal, state or municipal government enacted a law that seemed unenforceable, ridiculous, unconstit...

Five Vital Tactics for Global Business Success

I had just graduated from the University of St. Thomas and was a couple of weeks into my first job as an internal auditor for International Multifoods when, during a status update meeting, our director of inter...
Jonathan Seltzer

Outside Consultant Features Jonathan Seltzer

On Sunday, August 14, Jonathan Seltzer, professor of marketing at the University of St. Thomas Opus College of Business, was featured in the Star Tribune’s “Outside Consultant” column. Read Seltzer's advice for...

A New Way to Play the Game

When Matt Ames ’07, Colin Mihm ’11 and Stuart Lombardo ’13 first discovered bubble soccer – a game that was already popular in Australia – the three entrepreneurs and lifelong friends did some quick research an...