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.
Stations of the Cross will begin at 4 p.m., and Vespers will follow at 4:30 p.m.
Festivities will run from 6 to 9 p.m. Saturday, April 16.
The group will meet at noon today at the tables behind Coffee Bené in O’Shaughnessy-Frey Library Center.
Scott Torbik of Cogniti, a performance management software company, will speak on “New Capabilities Required for Today’s Planning and Operations Professionals.”
Minnesota Public Radio’s “movie maven” Stephanie Curtis will host the program and interview Turan about movie coverage.
Dr. Syed Saad, Economics Department, will give the talk at noon tomorrow, Thursday, April 14.
The Servants of the Cross will portray the Passion and death of Jesus Christ on Friday, April 15, at St. Thomas, and at three area churches on Good Friday, April 22.
Dr. Wendy Wyatt, Communication and Journalism Department, will consider the role blame ought to play in society and how news media can convey blame in more ethically justifiable ways.
A UAWE event, the movie illustrates a pattern of damaging gender stereotypes and unhealthy perceptions of beauty, perfection and sexuality in today’s ads.
The evening talk will be given by Dawson’s grandson, Julian Scott. A reception will be held here Wednesday afternoon.
Type designer Kent Lew will present on April 14 at the Minnesota Center for Book Arts.
Zipoy will give a presentation on stock market trends and potential strategies to make money in the marketplace. Everyone is welcome to attend this free presentation.
Suzanne and Brayton Shanley will offer insights through a Christian perspective on how the feminine provides a healing force on environmental issues and war.
The lecture, part of the Ireland Memorial Lecture Series, will focus on Newman’s appointment as a cardinal.
“Native American Women and Transrhetorical Agency” is the title of Dr. Elizabeth Wilkinson’s talk.
The discussion will feature guest speaker Stephen Wermiel, co-author of Justice Brennan: Liberal Champion.
Dr. Tom Flynn ’77 will share how faith, service and reason have been a part of his professional and personal life after college.
Usman is the co-founder of the international Allah Made Me Funny-Official Muslim Comedy Tour.