The webinar will be held at noon Tuesday, Aug. 17.
"Competitive Simulation: Energy Markets and Supply Chain Management" is the topic for the speakers: Wolfgang Ketter, a graduate of St. Thomas’ MS in Software Engineering Program, and John Collins from the University of Minnesota, will speak. Registrations are requested by Thursday.
Sing for a song or two or just sit and listen with your lunch.
TPT's statewide Minnesota channel, tptMN, will air the programs.
The UST community is invited to enjoy the last burgers of the summer grilling season.
Students, faculty and staff may purchase tickets beginning at 8 a.m. Tuesday, Aug. 10.
The morning session will feature a student-panel discussion on "Diversity Challenges Facing U.S. Higher Education," and the afternoon session will feature individual student-research presentations.
The books are available in the University of St. Thomas Bookstore.
Only a few volunteer slots remain.
Don't miss this summertime event next week.
Sign up early as shifts to work UST's State Fair booth fill fast.
See "Interfaith Bridges to Holy Land Peace" on July 5-6.
The center has made arrangements with the author to join Wednesday's discussion via speakerphone.
This July 21 discussion of Stephen Hawking’s book is designed to ease readers into the September selection: The Elegant Universe, by Brian Greene. Everyone is welcome.
This year, volunteers will offer a choice to fair-goers: the traditional UST purple tote bag or a purple bandana.
Summer reading lists from 2003 to 2009 also are available.
All you need to bring is your voice, some water and a song to share if you're so inclined.
"Arabia," according to the Science Museum's website, provides an "unprecedented look at a rich culture, history and religion that has long been hidden from the West."
All soccer fans are welcome to visit The Grill and cheer on their favorite teams.
The Leadership Academy is offering online courses MS Office Suite and Effective Business Writing Skills.
The Twins host the White Sox for this Sunday, July 18, outing, which is open to all staff, faculty and their families.
Classes will meet on Tuesdays, beginning June 15; at least eight participants are needed.
John Steinbeck’s 1940 Pulitzer Prize-winning classic reveals the plight of migrant workers in the 1930s.
The center lists its 2010-11 schedule and book selections. Read the June title or just join the group Wednesday, June 30; everyone is welcome.
Watch undergraduate and graduate commencement ceremonies online.