All 2011 graduates are especially invited to attend (but all students, faculty and staff members are welcome).
A performance on May 3 and two on May 7 combine song, rhyme, puppetry and improvisation to tell the story of a day in the life of a primary student, Lucy Nicey, and her four best friends.
Participate or cheer on the men of Ireland Hall anytime from noon tomorrow, Tuesday, May 3, to noon Friday, May 6, to raise funds for the Tubman Family Alliance.
The featured speaker is Jon Krawczynski ’01, who will share how faith, service and reason have been a part of his professional and personal life after college.
St. Thomas instructor and GPS staff member Marius Tegomoh will talk about “Building Your Own Cloud with OpenStack.”
A packed lineup of free concerts and student recitals, and the “Zappa Goes to College” symposium, will fill the bill during May.
Psychology Department students will show off their posters on the research they have conducted.
Bob Bilyk from LodeStar will speak on May 9. Registration is not required.
The dialogue will run through Tuesday, May 3.
The spring “disputation” will be held here May 5.
Graduate business students and alumni are invited to hear Kim Nelson talk about “The Road to a Successful IPO in the New Economy.”
Dr. Colleen Moore, a professor of psychology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, will speak at Thursday’s Psychology Colloquium.
Participants in the survey will be entered into a drawing to win one of three $100 Target gift cards.
The meditation will be guided by Susan Stabile, a St. Thomas professor and meditation enthusiast.
Diane Setterfield’s modern-day “gothic” first novel hit the New York Times No. 1 spot shortly after its U.S. debut. Everyone is welcome to bring a lunch to the discussion, even if you haven’t read the book.
Alvarez is a national leader in the effort to help Hispanics attend college. He will speak on April 27 in the Schulze Hall auditorium on St. Thomas’ Minneapolis campus.
Join the dialogue on problems associated with intimidating behavior, and how to get help and support.
A panel of faculty members will approach the topic from the perspectives of communications, law, marketing and sociology. After the presentation, audience members will be invited to ask questions.
Register for Matthew Crawford’s May 11 talk on “Ethics Education in Business and Law: A Kind of Soulcraft?” Commentaries will be given by UST’s Michael Naughton and Neil Hamilton.
The meal will include ham, beef strip loin, pineapple chicken salad, assorted accompaniments and cheesecakes.
The event will be held on the upper quad by Murray-Herrick Campus Center and the Chapel of Saint Thomas Aquinas.