Now is the Time
St. Thomas' Gainey Center is the new home of Frank Gehry's Winton Guest House
The Noontime Basketball Association has been hitting the rim, driving the lane, breaking bones and talking trash for 20 years
Award recognizes faculty committed to teaching and learningNominations for the second annual Julie Hays Teaching Award are now being accepted. Introduced in 2009, this annual award was created to recognize fa...
Our sense of time plays a vital role in how we experience events
The University of St. Thomas community celebrated its annual St. Thomas Day and honored recipients of five awards
Engineering students work with faculty to develop small-scale wind turbines that will power cell towers and expand communications throughout the world
Guitarist Joan Griffith riffs effortlessly between "Stairway to Heaven" and "The Girl from Ipanema." Her most recent recording, "Sambanova," conveys her deep appreciation of Brazilian music.
2009 Award Winners
Former pro baseball player offers Minnesota's only public underwater weighing service
Thinking critically about one of our nation's most controversial education programs
Kris Melloy left the comfortable security of a tenured position to become founding principal of Cristo Rey
For more than four decades philosophy professor Thomas Sullivan has taught St. Thomas students how to broaden their own worldview
Social Work for Social Justice brings Catholic Social Teaching to the classroom and beyond
Accepting controversy, provoking thought
The value of Justice and Peace Studies at a Catholic university
Award winners honored at St. Thomas Day
Sam Friederichs is an avid duck hunter and has enjoyed the outdoors since he was a young boy, and he doesn't like what he sees happening to Minnesota's wetlands.
St. Thomas ranks third nationally among doctoral/research institutions in the percentage of undergraduate students who study abroad
Is the human person too complex to be explained in just one dimension?
Runners in Oregon relay find strength in community