She was the mother of Diane Knights, O’Shaughnessy-Frey Library Center.
He was the father of Mary Lemmons, Philosophy Department.
At the beginning of Dr. John Sailors’ undergraduate studies, he had no intention of ever being called “Dr.” He began his studies at the University of Michigan in the college of liberal arts and was considering a degree in political science. But he felt that academia would be the inevitable future for him if he [...]
The University of St. Thomas Opus College of Business invites you to participate in the Outside Consultant Q&A column, which appears weekly in the Star Tribune’s Monday Business Insider. Submit a question. This week’s question: What outsiders are the most important to business success (e.g., bankers, accountants, investors, board of advisers, mentors)? CAMI ZIMMER PRESIDENT, [...]
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 Huffington Post Tuesday. As world leaders prepared for the World Economic Forum‘s annual fête in Davos, Switzerland in January, the event continued [...]
The benefit will be held Friday.
Memorial services will be held Wednesday in North Carolina, and early in the spring semester at St. Thomas.
He was the father of Ann Schiffer, who works in the Office of Institutional Advancement at the St. Paul Seminary School of Divinity.
He was the patriarch of an extended St. Thomas family, a veteran of the Army’s 10th Mountain Division, and a noted watercolorist.
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 professor Mick Sheppeck explained how valuable a top workplace can be: “An engaged workforce has a financial return on investment. If the workforce is [...]