St. Thomas’ 9,200-volume Celtic Collection is one of the 10 largest collections of Celtic materials in North America.
This year’s festival opens with reading by internationally acclaimed author Anthony Doerr on Wednesday evening.
The two events are offered in conjunction with the 26th annual Forum on Workplace Inclusion.
The week offers different ways for prospective students to learn more about the university’s graduate programs.
The first of four all-Bach concerts in churches on or near Summit will be broadcast live by MPR at 10 a.m. Saturday, March 15, in St. Mary’s Chapel on the seminary campus. From there, the party heads to the Chapel of St. Thomas Aquinas.
Iranian-American Esfandiari is this year’s Women’s History Month speaker, sponsored by the Luann Dummer Center for Women.
The Selim Center is hosting the March 11 talk by Dr. Tom Misa, who wrote the book on Minnesota’s computer industry. The talk is free if you are from St. Thomas.
Mitte has cerebral palsy and will talk about overcoming adversity. His talk, sponsored by the University Lectures Committee, is open to members of the St. Thomas community.
This is the 12th year for the popular noon programs in the “leather room.” Bring your lunch; some refreshments are provided.
STEPS Camp for Girls will hold a celebration from 4 to 7 p.m. Saturday, March 1, in the James. B. Woulfe Alumni Hall on St. Thomas’ St. Paul campus in honor of its achievements.
The speaker is former St. Thomas theology professor William Cavanaugh, now of DePaul University.
Macalester’s Christopher Wells is author of “Car Country: An Environmental History.” The talk is free and open to all.
Current Chief Justice Lorie Skjerven Gildea will give the opening remarks.
He will speak at Macalester College in the Leonard Center on Sunday, March 2. A limited number of tickets will be available to UST students beginning at 8 a.m. Wednesday, Feb. 19, at Tommie Central.
When Cori Wegener worked at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts, she was called “the Clark Kent of museum work.” Her talk follows the Feb. 7 release of “The Monuments Men.”
The forum began as a two-hour video conference in 1988 and has grown to become one the nation’s leading conferences for advancing diversity in the workplace.
The film on Pentecostalism in Rio prisons and panel discussion are sponsored by the Jay Phillips Center for Interfaith Learning.
The 26th annual conference recognizes outstanding individuals and organizations for efforts related to diversity and inclusion.
The February celebration kicks off with a performance of “A Deeper Look” on Thursday, Feb. 6. “A Deeper Look” encourages accepting differences in each other and ourselves.
Professor emerita at the School of Divinity, she recently published In Quest of “the Jewish Mary.”
The program is the next in the ‘Hot Topics: Cool Talk’ series.
The 15th anniversary free concert in St. Mary’s Chapel is presented by the Society for the Doctrinal Affectation of Baroque Music.
Spring is coming early to the university’s gallery; the exhibition features a range of styles and media used to portray plants and flowers.
Speakers are Dr. David Andow from the University of Minnesota and Dr. Christopher Thompson from the St. Paul Seminary School of Divinity.
The Thursday, Nov. 14, panel discussion is free and all are welcome.