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Mann Meets Humanity in Davos – Huffington Post

Christopher Michaelson, Ph.D., assistant professor of ethics and business law here at the University of St. Thomas Opus College of Business published an article about the World Economic Forum in Davos on the Hu...

Supreme Impact

St. Thomas law faculty tackle issues of the highest court
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Nominations Open for Star Tribune's "Top Workplaces"

From the Star Tribune: For the past two years, the Star Tribune and the Pennsylvania research firm WorkplaceDynamics have set out to identify Minnesota's Top Workplaces.University of St. Thomas management pro...
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One Mark of the Opus College of Business' ROI

This fall marks the start of my fifth year as a part of the St. Thomas community. I can honestly say that of all of the projects and programs I’ve been a part of during my tenure, the Promises Kept Tour has b...

Under the Milky Way

First published images from the new observatory offer "awe-inspiring" view of our universe


The Noontime Basketball Association has been hitting the rim, driving the lane, breaking bones and talking trash for 20 years
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2011 Julie Hays Teaching Award call for Nominations

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...

Answers in the Wind

Engineering students work with faculty to develop small-scale wind turbines that will power cell towers and expand communications throughout the world

How We Work, How We Play: Joan Griffith

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.

Hard Mind – Soft Heart

For more than four decades philosophy professor Thomas Sullivan has taught St. Thomas students how to broaden their own worldview