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.
The event will include honoring the seniors who have participated in the program for three or more semesters.
The recitals are free and open to the public.
Cameron Thompson, James Hamlin and Jill Olson will present essays on May 16, and Allison Koop, Jim Carrico, Homer Twigg and Terence Sweeney will present on May 17.
Dr. Hans Othmer's topic is "Biological Pattern Formation Seen Through a Mathematical Lens." The event is free and open to the public.
The official move-in day this fall is Saturday, Sept. 3.
The campus community is invited to attend the presentations.
Poster presentations by this year’s student research fellowship awardees will be featured along with a chance to congratulate recipients for 2011-12. Appreciation also will be expressed to student workers.
Everyone is welcome to celebrate the accomplishments of the class of 2011.
This action-packed comedy-drama comes with an interesting new twist – Prospero becomes Prospera.
In this two-part presentation, geology majors Lindsey Lee and Luke Olson will speak on their "Canadian Waters Research Expedition," and kayaker Lucas Will will present his circumnavigation of Lake Superior.
Senior engineering students will showcase their projects on May 6 in the Owens Science Hall atrium.
Dr. Luckner is the director of music at the Cathedral of St. Joseph in La Crosse, Wis.
All 2011 graduates are especially invited to attend (but all students, faculty and staff members are welcome).
Celebrate the many cultures on campus. Present a stamp card (available in several campus offices) at each of the daily events to pick up a free T-shirt and win prizes.
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.
Conflict Resolution Class, New Tactics Present Online Dialogue on ‘Transforming Conflicts Related to Resource Extraction’
The dialogue will run through Tuesday, May 3.