In addition to treats and freebies, bring your UST ID to pick up your 2010 Personal Total Compensation Report.
Body Image Awareness Week continues through tomorrow.
Clients of News America Marketing include Blue Cross Blue Shield, Campbell Soup Co., Coca-Cola Enterprises and General Mills.
Among other activities, the club will be generating marketing ideas for its criminal law event, which will take place Tuesday, April 12.
Learn more about School of Divinity programs for lay students at this program on Tuesday, March 1.
Tommie Outreach, a new site for VIA this year, involves service work but does not require a weekly commitment.
Author Waltraud Herbstrith tells the story of this modern-day saint who died in the Nazi gas chambers of Auschwitz. Everyone is welcome to join the group on March 16.
Learn how to transform assignments into a technology portfolio and create an attention-grabbing résumé.
All St. Thomas AARC members are eligible to buy time slots. Purchase practice time, an 18-hole game or a lesson with a golf coach.
Todd Solow, a partner at the firm, will speak on private equity.
The guest speaker is Carolyn Peterson, consultant dietician to the Vikings, Twins, Wild, Lynx and Timberwolves. This event is offered in recognition of Body Image Awareness Week.
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.