Students are invited to submit designs by noon Wednesday, March 17. The winners will receive a UST Bookstore gift certificate.
Joanna Thielen will present Friday's seminar.
The event is free but donations are appreciated.
The group will meet Wednesday, March 24. Everyone is welcome.
Application deadline is Wednesday, March 31.
The evening's topic is "Vatican Council II: Catholicism, Modernity and Reform." Everyone is welcome.
Monday's gathering will honor the resilience of millions of women survivors of war and poverty around the world.
The poster session takes place on the heels of a successful four-session Spring Scholars Colloquia in February.
The event is sponsored by the Literary Club and Sigma Tau Delta.
Loewen also will speak on campus in a free public address Monday, March 15, and be part of the UST Challenge Day activities.
Discussion about the Palestinian-Israeli conflict will follow the movie tomorrow in the John R. Roach Center for the Liberal Arts.
The study will explore factors that respondents believe both prevented substance use and promoted it, specifically the role of family, peers, religion and medication.
Massages will be offered on Thursdays throughout the semester.
Scholarships to attend the Minnesota League of Women Voters' Leaders of Today and Tomorrow Women's Leadership Conference are available for undergraduate and graduate women.
National Book Award and National Book Critics Circle Award finalist is visiting writer at St. Thomas March 4-10
Bonnie Jo Campbell, who earned degrees in philosophy and mathematics before she earned an M.F.A. in creative writing, has published award-winning short stories, a novel and a chapbook of poetry.
Stop on by the Career Development Center from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m Thursday, March 4.
‘Prosecuting War Crimes: Revisiting the Siege of Sarajevo’ roundtable scheduled for Minneapolis campus March 9
The Medtronic Business and Law Roundtable is hosted by the St. Thomas-based Holloran Center for Ethical Leadership in the Professions.
Roll tape: Honor students who have made a difference in your life or on campus.
The bands give a concert March 7, followed by Festival Orchestra on March 8, German organist Felix Hell on March 15, and the UST Chamber Singers in "An Evening of Musical Theater Selections" March 21.
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.