Monsignor John Radano will discuss “From Reformation and Counter-Reformation to Reconciliation? Approaching the Year 2017 With an Ecumenical Perspective” at the Tuesday, April 20, lecture.
Event organizers have more than 260 items for the live and silent auction (including concert tickets) and hope to raise $30,000.
Dr. Bob Boughton and Deborah Durnan will speak April 19 and 20 on “Transforming Conflict Through Popular Education” and “The National Literacy Campaign in Timor-Leste.”
The club, open to students and faculty, will discuss social, political and economic issues at its meetings.
Kelly Smith and Logan Bodnia will give presentations at Friday’s seminar.
St. Thomas has teamed up with Ameriprise Financial to host a lunchtime social on Monday, April 19
The Beta Epsilon chapter of the social work student honor society co-sponsor this “A Minnesota Without Poverty” event at 6:30 p.m. today.
The program was scheduled for Wednesday, April 21, in Owens Science Hall.
Dr. Susan Alexander, Dr. Cathy Cory and Dr. Sue Huber will discuss the opportunities and challenges for women in academic administration. The event is Monday, April 19.
Sam Zordich, founder and chief executive officer of RAI Stone Group, will give a presentation titled “Manage Your Mission and Grow.”
Tomorrow’s open house will include a panel of representatives from prominent CPA firms, current MSA students and MSA alumni.
This year’s faculty panel will discuss “Climate Change: What We Know and What We Can Do About It.” Send in your questions for the panel.
Monsignor John Radano will discuss “From Reformation and Counter-Reformation to Reconciliation? Approaching the Year 2017 With an Ecumenical Perspective.”
St. Thomas is the defending national champion.
The goal of CultureLink is to connect the St. Thomas community and international students through cultural exchange.
Patricia Costello, Ph.D., of Walden University, will present “Human Factors: Research and Career Aspects.”
Filmed on location in Minneapolis under the direction of Patrick Coyle, this compelling portrayal of the priesthood examines questions of sin, sexuality and the sacramental life.
Jerad Poling ’08 founded the company while attending St. Thomas.
Keynote speaker and school social worker Mary Tinucci founded The Lab, an arts- and wellness-based program. A panel will discuss connecting theory and creative practices in the field.
Register to hear these alums reflect on how they have integrated faith and service into their professional and personal lives.
The Student Legacy Program Speaker Series concludes tomorrow with guest speaker Steve Hoeppner, executive director of Development at the University of St. Thomas.