This will be the first window medallion in the library to honor a female author and the first to recognize a writer of color. Hurston was a ground-breaking essayist and fiction writer whose work broke barriers of race and gender.
Father Byron, of the St. Paul Seminary School of Divinity, will share his “Reflections on 20 Years of Priesthood: Trajectories of Continuity and Change.”
See the world through International Education with a Study Abroad Fair, a Study Abroad Information Session for Business Majors, and the Study Abroad Returnee Series all on tap this week.
Tousley, director of the Master of Science in Real Estate Program and the Shenehon Center for Real Estate, will talk about real estate investing.
The initiative is designed for college students and recent college graduates from underrepresented communities who have demonstrated leadership ability and expressed an interest in continuing their education at the graduate level.
Meacham’s talk is the first at St. Thomas in an annual series intended to promote civil discourse.
Hmong writer Kao Kalia Yang, author of The Latehomecomer, is a teacher, community activist and entrepreneur.
These sessions will be held this week; the first one starts at noon today.
Harrison will talk about the impact of audiobooks on the field of literary studies.
The event will include everything you want to know about relationships in time for Valentine’s Day.
The breakfast is co-sponsored by St. Olaf Catholic Church and the John A. Ryan Institute for Catholic Social Thought at St. Thomas.
Featured speakers at this 18th annual event are award-winning illustrator and author Chris Raschka and Phyllis Root, who has written more than 30 books.
Amnesty International defines itself as “an international human rights organization whose mission is to protect people wherever justice, freedom, truth and dignity are denied.”