Rain or shine this Saturday: Reconnect with the outdoors, do a community service project and be a good neighbor. Registers will be on hand for clubs to log hours.
The co-directors of the Muslim-Christian Dialogue Center will discuss the way art is used in the two traditions.
Public reading is at 7:30 p.m. April 15, John R. Roach Center for the Liberal Arts auditorium.
Faculty from St. Thomas, along with other ACTC schools, will speak at the event, held at Augsburg College’s Christensen Center.
Connolly will read from ‘All This and More’ and ‘Payments Due’ as part of the university’s Library Week activities.
The event will feature a presentation and discussion by Julie Dirksen, an independent consultant and instructional designer. An optional E-Learning program information session will follow the talk.
The brunch honors women from the class of 2011 and gives St. Thomas alumnae the chance to welcome its newest members.
The lecture will be presented by Dr. Patricia Hill Collins, a distinguished university professor of sociology at the University of Maryland, College Park, and the Charles Phelps Taft Emeritus Professor of Sociology within the Department of African American Studies at the University of Cincinnati.
In addition to loads of program information, look for tasty pizza and a free GPS T-shirt (to the first 100 in attendance).
Meet international students, and enjoy entertainment and cuisine from countries worldwide while celebrating cultural pride and global awareness.
Rabbi Stephanie Ruskay, director for a Jewish service organization, will be the rabbi-in-residence April 11-14 at St. Thomas and St. John’s.
This is the second annual debate between the two campus clubs.
Dr. AnnMarie Thomas will present ways UST engineering students collaborate with outside groups, such as design students with the Diavolo dance company and dynamics students with Circus Juventas.
St. Thomas’ best student musicians will perform in front of a seasoned professional 30-piece orchestra.
He is a professor of the history of science at Messiah College in Grantham, Penn.
The talk, sponsored by the School of Social Work, will be held Tuesday evening.
Speaker at the Tuesday, April 5, event is Betsy Brock, director of research for the Association of Nonsmokers-Minnesota.
Everyone is welcome to attend Wednesday’s Theology Night Live.
Everyone is welcome to read Gustave Flaubert’s classic novel and join the discussion on Wednesday, April 13.
“Fresh” will be shown, with a discussion to follow, at 6 p.m. today, Thursday, March 31, in 3M Auditorium, Owens Science Hall.
Make an appointment online through the Red Cross website.
The featured speaker is a professor, author and international commentator, Dr. Muqtedar Khan of the University of Delaware.