The inaugural event is being organized by St. Thomas Business 200 students.
Graduate music students who have recently completed their theses will give formal presentations of their research.
The "Bringing Plants to the Plate" discussion will be held Thursday at the UST Stewardship Garden.
Aquinas Scholars Poster Session Goes to the ‘Dogs: Environment, Society, and Representation’ Tomorrow
Students from an Aquinas Scholars summer session honors seminar will discuss their research posters with the campus community on Wednesday, July 6.
The New York Times, in a review, described Enchanted April as a "pleasant ... little story, with some neat phrasing and a genuine feeling for color and for beauty."
The 60 hours of Eucharistic adoration is in honor of Pope Benedict XVI’s 60 years of priestly ministry.
The group's final meeting with be held Wednesday, July 13.
The classes will run through Aug. 9.
Presentations are scheduled June 16, 18 and 25.
This reading list dates to 1991.
See the complete 2011-12 reading list.
Four of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's mysteries will be the discussion topic on Wednesday, June 8.
The exhibit, created by infants, toddlers and preschool children, features both individual and collaborative pieces.
Register online for this symposium of performances and discussions about the music of Frank Zappa, which will be held at the Brady Educational Center.
This annual showing will be held in the O'Shaughnessy Educational Center auditorium.
The author is a St. Paul resident and will attend the meeting.
The Tuesday, May 24, reception is for Dr. Mike Evers, Dr. Sally Power and Dr. Daniel McNamara.
She is the associate vice president for human resources.
Graduating students will discuss the process of creating and writing their essays.
TPT's statewide Minnesota channel, tptMN, will air the programs.
Dennis Stauffer, founder of Insight Fusion Inc., asks "The Game has Changed – Do You Know the Rules?" and discusses new guidelines for successful businesses.
Barbara Aiken-Ali, Theresa Downing, Joshua Feist and Amy Nygaard will present their master’s qualifying papers.
Various faith-based resources that support all traditions will be available from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. in the Commuter Center.
Students who are interested in minoring in American Culture and Difference can meet students and faculty in the program.
Topics at the May 12 symposium will include aquatic biology, evolution, physiology, molecular biology and neurobiology.