This brown-bag session be held at noon tomorrow, Tuesday, March 2, in the John R. Roach Center for the Liberal Arts.
Learn the science behind the disaster from Dr. Thomas Hickson, Geology Department.
Register online for this third annual symposium; participants will examine preventive measures, early intervention strategies and rehabilitation techniques.
The UST community is invited to view this documentary of South Africa’s quest for restorative justice.
Jon Yanta, a UST alumnus and senior vice president of brokerage services at NorthMarq, will be today's guest speaker.
GPS offers graduate programs specifically designed for working professionals with classes scheduled evenings and Saturdays.
Students from St. Thomas, Macalester, Hamline and St. Kate’s will walk to support healthy body images. The event culminates with a rally featuring spoken word artists.
Harold Kasimow will present the lecture sponsored by the Jay Phillips Center for Interfaith Learning.
Sign up to pray for Christian unity during this Lenten 24-7 vigil, which will be held from 11:50 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 28, to 11:50 p.m. Sunday, March 7.
The weekly Chemistry Seminar is held at 2:55 p.m. Fridays in Owens Science Hall.
Durenberger is founder and current chair of the National Institute of Health Policy in the University of St. Thomas' Opus College of Business.
Volunteers are needed for half-hour prayer vigil shifts throughout the night until 6:55 a.m. Friday, Feb. 26.
The guest speaker, Dejen Tesfagiorgis, owns his own company, ArtsApp Media Management.
So far this year, St. Thomas students have raised more than $60,000 and have a goal of raising more than $100,000.
Sample this graduate business program and apply for fall semester admission.
The movie will be shown tomorrow, Feb. 23; a short discussion period will follow. Students in Sociology 251 can obtain extra credit for attending this event.
The group will meet Wednesday, Feb. 24. Bring lunch and join the discussion, even if you have not read or finished the book.
The Wellness Center provides a cornucopia of events this week designed to promote healthy living.
Women’s History Month lecture: Former Irish president and U.N. official to speak March 1 at St. Thomas
Mary Robinson's lecture is titled "The Impact of the Global Economic Crisis on Women and Children."
Financial management student Ajay George will speak tomorrow about his experiences growing up in this land of mountains, rain forests, deserts and palm-fringed beaches.
See a demonstration of the new iGen digital color printer and the 4112 black-and-white digital printer, and, as always, enjoy various games, tours, prizes and giveaways.
Junior Achievement volunteering is easy and flexible; choose from a multitude of hours, locations and classrooms. Information sessions will be held today, tomorrow and Wednesday.
Students interested in Middle Eastern and North African studies are invted to attend.
Station of the Cross booklets also are available in the transept of the chapel for use at other times.
Monday's lecture is sponsored by the joint University of St. Thomas–St. Catherine University School of Social Work.