Piano majors will present contemporary, experimental and avant-garde works.
Career and academic counselors will be on hand Thursday in the Career Development Center to go over degree evaluations for majors and minors you are considering.
Dr. Anne Klejment will speak about her research on the co-founder of the Catholic Worker Movement.
Everyone’s welcome to participate in Wednesday’s Theology Night Live discussion led by Dr. Bernard Brady, chair of the Theology Department.
In this series, faculty members who have received travel grants speak on their travels and related research.
Pucks will be sold before and during the St. Thomas vs. St. Kate’s game. The person who tosses a puck closest to center ice wins a gift basket from UST-SCU Relay for Life.
One panelist is Yale’s Ted Malloch, author of Doing Virtuous Business. The book is the subject of an upcoming PBS program.
The session will be held at 7 p.m. in Murray-Herrick Campus Center.
UST’s American Marketing Association will host this presentation by Tim Brunelle, president of the board of directors of MIMA, a nonprofit professional association.
Free and open to the public, the Multicultural Student Services Spring Community Dialogue will host this award-winning author’s lecture and book signing on Tuesday, Feb. 22.
Learn how to use study-abroad experience to help land a summer internship or job.
David Keil, vice president of business development at Ecolab, will speak on a “Strategy for an Evolving Global Marketplace.”
Hear from Deirdre Marie Capone as she depicts the life of her uncle Al, the notorious Chicago gangster.
The speaker is a managing director and co-founder of Brass Ring Capital.
Reid, author of ‘The Healing of America,’ will discuss his experiences covering health care and international issues.
More than 70 clubs will be in attendance.
Circuit Judge Charles R. Wilson will speak at this event on Monday, Feb. 21; lunch will be served to those who register by today.
Simien will share his musical journey of Zydeco, New Orleans funk and reggae-flavored Afro-Caribbean sound at 8 p.m. in Murray-Herrick Campus Center.
Nelson will speak on the “Influence of the UST Law Formation.” The UST community is invited to this free luncheon event.
A special introductory offer provides an additional 10 minutes of massage time for free.
Participate in an interactive experience of personal reflection and important dialogue surrounding issues of power, privilege and racial justice with four of the most dynamic diversity educators in Minnesota.
Find something sweet for yourself and that special someone at The Grill, Beakers Coffee Cart and the Pit Stop.