Two lawyers are organizing the fundraiser, which will be held at the School of Law, for Diana Hamilton, J.D., 2006, and Tonya Long, a legal assistant.
KAMPALA, UGANDA – The miracle workers are busy here these days.
In a former retail storefront on a rut-filled dirt road in Ndejje, a poverty-stricken area southeast of Kampala, the first Hope Medical Clinic opened in November 2007. The sign outside says “Eddwaliro,” Ugandan for “health care,” in bold red letters, and 40 to 50 people show up every month or treatment of malaria, typhoid fever and the flu.
A St. Paul Seminary alumnus, he directed the San Lucas Toliman mission in Guatemala for nearly 40 years. He died Thursday of lymphoma.
April’s active market for single-family homes priced under $14o,000 is one of several positive signs for the Twin Cities’ real estate market. While it’s not a term often used to describe the housing market, a University of St. Thomas real estate professor observed that “the market for single-family homes priced under $140,000 has become quite [...]
The Class of 2012 earned their degrees Saturday at the Opus College of Business commencement ceremony. Check back here for more media from the ceremony: photos, video, transcripts. [custom_field field="commencementssp12" limit="0" between=", " /]
As the 2012 Opus College of Business graduates get ready to enter or re-enter the workforce or re-energize their workplace, we wanted to share a Q&A with Christopher Michaelson, Ph.D., assistant professor in the ethics and business law department, about his research on meaningful work. Q. What do you mean by “meaningful work”? A. Meaningful work refers not [...]
He was the father of Jane Canney, Student Affairs, and the grandfather of Joseph Borer, ’12 JD.
He was the father of Dr. Thomas Hodgson, Athletics, and adjunct professor in the College of Applied Professional Studies.
More than 450 people toured the campus and heard from students, faculty and staff.