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.”
Speaking will be Assistant Chief Matthew Bostrom and Senior Commander Colleen Luna.
The region’s leading conference for advancing diversity in the workplace is presented by the Opus College of Business at St. Thomas in partnership with the Twin Cities chapter of the National Black MBA Association.
Learn about multicultural Singapore in this presentation today by Graduate School of Professional Psychology students.
Tickets are $14.75 and available to all St. Thomas students, faculty and staff.
Finish the night with music by DJ Enferno from 9 to 11 p.m. in Scooter’s.
The group will meet Wednesday, Feb. 24. Everyone is welcome.
The center has added some new evening and mini-programs to its offerings this spring.
Tomorrow, the assistant director of UST’s Murphy Institute will share her observations of 25 years of large-firm legal practice in Philadelphia.
Ann Garrity ’89 founded an online cosmetics marketplace for companies that sign a pledge not to use cancer-causing or hormone-disrupting ingredients in their products.
The book club’s monthly discussion will be held Wednesday, Jan. 27. All are invited (and bring lunch).