Bob Mulcahy, director of instructional design and technology at McGladrey, will lead the Digital Learning Forum on Monday, Nov. 14. Share your instructional design success story at the forum.
This semesterlong discussion series meets every Thursday to bring a renewed focus to St. Thomas' commitment to the integration of knowledge across disciplines.
Dr. Harry Boyte, Center for Democracy and Citizenship, will lead an interactive workshop on how individual work has a greater impact on society when joined with other efforts.
Part of the Philosophy Colloquium Series, the event will be held Tuesday, Nov. 15. Everyone is welcome.
The club will pass out free servings of red-velvet cake with white frosting. (White and red are the colors of the Polish flag.)
Notre Dame and Brigham Young Legal Scholars to Discuss Embryo Rights and Stem-cell Research Here Next Week
The Nov. 16 program is one of St. Thomas’ “Hot Topics: Cool Talk” programs that promote the civil discourse of important political topics.
Hear UST School of Law professor Scott Taylor, and Jeanine Johnson '06, an associate at Meyer and Njus, P.A., speak on their work and emerging issues in Native American law on Nov. 17.
Watch a documentary and learn about the plight of North Korean refugees hiding in China.
Learning for Life Presents Second Seminar: ‘What Happy Women Do: Friendship, Sisterhood, Rituals and Health’.
Register online by Friday, Nov. 11, for the Tuesday, Nov. 15, program.
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.
This first of two dialogues between professors Susan Stabile and Mark Osler will focus on the intercessory role of Mary and the saints from Protestant and Catholic perspectives.
Students, faculty and staff are invited to submit recipes. Student participants have a chance to win a $25 certificate to use at Whole Foods.
St. Paul Seminary School of Divinity, St. John Vianney Seminary Host Borromeo Weekend Friday Through Sunday
Borromeo Weekend consists of 40 continuous hours of Eucharistic Adoration, with various devotions and prayers throughout the event.
Confessions, worship and fellowship are all part of this prayerful event.
Daylight saving time is the perfect time to "Change Your Clocks Change Your Batteries" in smoke detectors.
AARC members and students interested in the proper use of free weights to increase strength and muscle tone and boost the metabolism are invited to preregister for the Nov. 8 session.
Graduate business students and alumni are invited to hear Nassif tell how "Dirt is Always in Style: Building a Premium Brand in Household Cleaning." Register online by Wednesday.
Learn more about School of Divinity graduate programs and scholarship opportunities.
The free program is part of the university’s Organ Artist Series.
President of C. Anderson Associates, she will share how faith, service and reason have been a part of her journey since graduating from St. Thomas.
Jewish, Christian and Muslim panelists will discuss the meaning of pilgrimages and what those from other faiths can learn from one another.
The celebration, originally scheduled for this week, has been moved to the week of Nov. 28.
All Souls Solemn Vespers is an opportunity to remember the dead and celebrate the communion of saints.
The evening includes food, prizes and a visit from a youngster who is treated at the St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.
Dr. Paul Gavrilyuk, Theology, will give a historical understanding of the soul; Dr. Adam Johnson, Bethel University, will speak on neuroscientific developments; and Dr. Thomas Sullivan will respond.