You don’t need to have finished the book (or even have started it) to attend.
Flynn is a former chairman of KPMG International and is the St. Thomas 2011 Distinguished Alumnus.
A “rabbi in residence,” she co-founded an organization dedicated to resolving the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Students, faculty and staff of all denominations can gain inspiration from this meditation on All Saints Day, Nov. 1. Since lunch will be served, registration is required.
This year’s theme is “From Backpack to Briefcase: Bridging the Gap Between Success in Law School and Success in the Legal Profession” and will feature a networking reception followed by a panel of four speakers.
Speakers include representatives from Beyond the Yellow Ribbon, UST Veterans Association, Minneapolis Veterans Administration, the SCU-UST School of Social Work, and National Alliance of Mental Illness.
Both UST and SCU students will take the stage in the Nov. 9-13 performances; call to reserve tickets.
The Wellness Center will have a table set up in the Murray-Herrick Campus Center atrium during convo hour.
Sponsored by the American Culture and Difference Program, the event is free and open to the public.
The lecture will be held at the University of St. Thomas Oct. 25. Students are welcome to the lecture and a reception that follows.
Visitors can check out films, enjoy fresh popcorn and other movie snacks, and enter prize drawings.
Create Advantage Inc. founder Kim Korn will speak on the opportunities for companies and organizations to create value with a combination of digital technology and real-world experiences.
Donna Revak from Revak Nurseries will offer ideas on decorating homes and offices for Christmas at the Tuesday, Oct. 25, gathering.
The joint University of St. Thomas and St. Catherine University School of Social Work welcomes everyone to this discussion. Pre-registration by Oct. 19 is required.
Hipp, of the St. Paul Seminary School of Divinity, will speak as part of the Archbishop Ireland Memorial Lecture Series.
Look for postcard mammogram reminders, pink freebies and pink lemonade during convo hour in the upper quad today.
They will perform “Trois Mouvements” for flute and organ by Jehan Alain, and “Sonata No. 3 in A Major” for flute and harpsichord by J. S. Bach, and music of Bach, Boehm, and Alain.
A limited number of free tickets are available to UST students, faculty and staff.
Dr. Geoff Plumlee, senior research geochemist with the USGS, will speak on this mining practice, its potential to harm millions worldwide and what scientists are doing about it.
Lynn Nicholas will lecture on the gripping story of how some of Europe’s most important cultural treasures were sold, destroyed, or looted by the Nazis during their quest for world domination.