Karla Vargas Nafate, a Fulbright teaching assistant in Spanish language at St. Thomas, will speak at the CultureLink Tea presentation next Tuesday. Tea and treats will be provided.
New Yorkers Aman Ali and Bassam Tariq will speak on Tuesday, March 15, about their drive across America during Ramadan 2010.
The “Change Your Clocks Change Your Batteries” giveaway is funded by the Michael Larson Memorial Fund and serves as a reminder to check and replace smoke detector batteries.
The evening brings together the talents of St. Thomas musicians, an Israeili composer, a Holocaust survivor, and the St. Paul City Ballet. Admission to the St. Thomas-sponsored event is free for UST students.
In this series, faculty members who have received travel grants speak about their travels and related research.
O’Shaughnessy-Frey Library Center and Center for Irish Studies will co-host their annual St. Patrick’s Day Open House Thursday, March 17.
The American Marketing Association will host guest speaker Cynde Bock, who will speak about the creation and implementation of effective marketing strategies.
Kyle Sanford of Des Moines University College of Osteopathic Medicine will talk about the D.O. degree and the application process.
The series will begin March 15 at the St. Paul Cathedral.
Dr. Debra Petersen will speak on March 15, and Dr. Elizabeth Wilkinson will speak on April 12. Everyone is welcome.
Dr. Russell Hittinger will speak on “What St. Benedict Taught the Dark Ages: His and Ours.”
Keith Knuth, an author and software architect at Lawson Software, and Dr. Francis Harvey, associate professor in the Geography Department at the U of M, will speak on Monday, March 14.
Everyone is welcome to participate in tomorrow’s Theology Night Live discussion.
The performance is part of the Sacred Arts Festival and will begin at 7 p.m. in the Brady Educational Center auditorium.
The retreat begins tomorrow and continues on Tuesdays throughout Lent.
Known across the country as a motivational speaker and advocate, Horne will speak on “Beyond Classification: Accessibility and Disability in School and Society.”
Rota will argue that it is rational to commit one’s life to God, and irrational not to do so.
Fifty passes to see “Red Riding Hood” tomorrow at the Mall of America are available for students, faculty and staff who donate three food items or $3 at the front desk in McNeely Hall.
Diane Bauer, M.S.W., L.I.C.S.W., and clinical faculty with the School of Social Work, will present “Key Components of Working with Grief and Loss.”