The colloquium will be held from noon to 1 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 17.
This first event in the Education for Everyone series and a CEU workshop will be held on Wednesday, Feb. 16. It will use fairy tales that portray positive messages and some symptoms of various disorders.
Kate McNeill, Kasey Diekmann, and Ryan Russell found the hidden heart.
Jackson, president of the Schott Foundation, will deliver his talk on “Yes We Can: The Schott 50-State Report on Public Education and Black Males” on Monday, Feb. 28.
Thirty spots are available to current UST undergraduate students.
Today’s speaker is Dr. James Wollack, an organic chemist.
The council will be giving away free “Class of 2013″ coffee tumblers, which sophomores can fill with free coffee and hot chocolate.
Kim Pearce and Jeff Grann of Capella University will speak at the event on Feb. 14.
Sorensen is a surgeon and CAS Advisory Board member. Spots are limited; e-mail registration is required.
On Feb. 17, join Students for Justice and Peace at this opportunity for people of all faiths to meet and lobby Minnesota’s elected representatives. A pre-event discussion will be held on Feb. 13.
Last year, St. Thomas students raised more than $70,000 for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.
The online survey, which will take about 30 minutes to complete, is anonymous.
Students can practice their networking etiquette and make connections with Tommie alumni at “Connecting in the PM (Professional Mingling) Scene” on Tuesday, Feb. 15.
The civil rights pioneer will talk about the social justice issues that demanded the work of the civil rights movement and its impact today.
The workshop will examine the use of group work to empower communities, work for social justice and promote change.
The recital will feature works Byrd, de Grigny, Bach, Franck, Smyth, Bolcom and Litaize.
Circuit Judge Charles R. Wilson was scheduled to speak at this event on Monday, Feb. 21.
Learn about programs worldwide that are suitable for business majors.
Employers also will discuss what they look for in new hires; students can opt for a résumé review following the session. SHRM also will host a résumé review on Thursday, Feb. 17.