Guest speaker Dan Arlandson advises institutional investors on hedge fund allocations.
Two students, Kelly Rodriguez and Lauren Miller, will be presented with the Sister Pat Kowalski Women’s Leadership Award. The event is Thursday, March 25.
End your meal with what Dining Services promises will be “fantastic” desserts.
Volunteers are needed to help greet and welcome thousands of guests as they enter the Metrodome to distribute programs, direct guests and graduates, and help seat the mobility impaired.
The Philosophy Club will moderate Wednesday’s debate.
If you missed last year’s performance at St. Thomas by prize-winning organist Michael Unger, here’s a second chance.
The annual event includes a silent auction, Opening Kitchen Doors cookbook sales and a school supplies donation opportunity for the children of Haiti.
The group will meet Wednesday, March 24. Bring lunch and join the discussion, even if you have not read or finished the book.
Melissa Joyce and Jaclyn Fermanich will give their talks this afternoon.
The film and discussion program is co-sponsored by St. Thomas’ Center for Interfaith Learning.
Research student Anna Meyer will participate in the presentation.
PULSE, Dance Club, Gospel Choir and a spoken-word artist will perform at tonight’s benefit for Haiti and Chile earthquake relief.
Learn, share your opinion, and enter into discussion about who holds truth and the Catholic Church’s relationship with other Christian denominations.
Nancy Dunnigan, founder of Cognis Consulting, and Dr. Carol Pletcher, of Pletcher Inc., will speak Tuesday, March 23.
Opus College of Business students are invited to take their evening class breaks today and Thursday in the Terrence Murphy Hall atrium.
Go global with CultureLink at the Thursday, March 18, session.
Four informational sessions will be held this week concerning the pilgrimage, which will include visits to Fatima, Santiago de Compostela, Avila and Madrid.
Dr. Andrew Scheiber’s topic is: “‘I Don’t Worry About a Thing Because I Know Nothing’s Gonna Be All Right’: the Blues Aesthetic as Equipment for Living in the 21st Century.”
He will give a brief lecture on his time in the U.S. Senate and what his vision is for Minnesota.
The event will be held from 5 to 7 p.m. today.
Amos, who covers Iraq for National Public Radio, is the third of four speakers planned for Minnesota Public Radio’s 2009-2010 Broadcast Journalist Series.