The free recital will be held in St. Mary’s Chapel at the School of Divinity.
The workshop, free to UST students, faculty and staff, will feature speakers working in various social work settings.
Students are welcome to attend this conference, co-sponsored by the Opus College of Business.
A panel of employment experts will speak Tuesday, Feb. 28, on “Mission Possible: Don’t Let Insecurities Sabotage Your Job Search.” Students should indicate an interest by Feb. 20.
St. Thomas AARC members are eligible to purchase time slots for practice times, an 18-hole game or a lesson with a pro. Nonmembers may buy practice time or a game with purchase of an additional pass.
Hip-hop spoken word artist Desdamona and DJ Enferno will entertain the campus community at the Fun Night. Also on Friday, stop by Student Diversity and Inclusion Services for an ice cream social from 1 to 4 p.m.
This free public forum features a talk by Andy McCormick, vice president for public affairs for The Hershey Co., followed by a panel discussion. Seating is limited; register to attend.
This year’s title is Half the Sky: Turning Oppression Into Opportunity for Women Worldwide, written by husband-and-wife Pulitzer Prize-winning journalists Sheryl WuDunn and Nicholas Kristof.
The dedication will take place during halftime of the Tommie-Johnnie men’s basketball game.
You don’t need to have finished the book (or even have started it) to attend.
The speaker, Howard J. Ross, will speak on “Bridging the Gap: How the Polarity in Our Culture is Pulling Itself Apart and What We Can Do to Help.”
“Hands and Heart” is a selection from the jewelry designs and personal art collection of Robyne Robinson.
Guest speaker Bill Barberg is an internationally respected expert in strategy management and a frequent speaker at national and international conferences.
Richard Schulze is the founder and Chairman of Best Buy Co. Inc., which he started in 1983, and has served on the St. Thomas Board of Trustees since 1995.
The popular programs range from a one-time dinner discussion to six-session short courses that meet weekly.
Former U.S. Sen. Dave Durenberger will moderate the lunch-hour program at the School of Law.
The doors to the new Anderson Student Center will open on Tuesday, Jan. 17. Welcome events will take place throughout the day.
The presentation and discussion will be held this evening in McNeely Hall.
He will address how people of differing faiths can engage in and promote quality dialogue in the law school, the university and the state.
Stations in at least 28 states will air the broadcast recorded at the 2010 University of St. Thomas Christmas Concert.
This event is free and open to the public.
Ryan Barland, Kristine Elias, Marria Thompson and Carolyn Tillman will give presentations at Thursday’s Graduate Student Forum.
Students also will discuss the writing process. Everyone is welcome.