The symposium, free and open to the public, will bring together scholars to debate and analyze various constitutional and philosophical issues surrounding evolutionism and intelligent design, particularly as they affect U.S. public schools.
Sister Katarina Schuth, St. Paul Seminary School of Divinity, will offer her “Reflections on the Year for Priests” this Friday.
Professionals will focus on entrepreneurial developments, technology development and the potential for green jobs in Minnesota.
The Saudi Club at St. Thomas welcomes everyone. The evening is free if reservations are made by Wednesday.
St. Thomas’ Evening MBA Program is sponsoring the Nov. 6-7 event.
The program is part of the university’s fall CommUNITY Series.
Everyone is welcome to this free event on Nov. 7. Anyone interested in performing is invited to sign up.
UST’s Muslim-Christian Dialogue Center in the College of Arts and Sciences will host this talk by Dr. Yahya Michot on Nov. 5. The event is free.
The celebration starts at 1:30 p.m. on the first floor of O’Shaughnessy-Frey Library Center. The library was dedicated 50 years ago today.
The documentary film, which will be shown Thursday by the Globally Minded Student Association, explores why the charity given to Africa over the last five decades has been largely ineffective and often harmful.
The group will meet Wednesday, Nov. 11. Everyone is welcome.
More than 50 percent of St. Thomas students admit they don’t get enough sleep and have expressed a desire to learn better sleep habits.
The event will be held on Tuesday, Nov. 10. Participants will learn about graduate programs for lay students and also may attend a class in “Old Testament” with Dr. Paul Niskanen.
The group will meet on Oct. 28; everyone is welcome. Bring your lunch and join the discussion, even if you haven’t read the book.
The Jeremiah Program, an 11-year-old Twin Cities organization, provides safe, affordable housing and support to low-income single mothers and their children.
Sponsored by the St. Paul Seminary School of Divinity, the conference will bring together scholars from four countries.
The first 300 students will receive a free freshman Halloween ’09 T-shirt.
The College of Applied Professional Studies Graduate School of Professional Psychology welcomes three distinguished professors from the United Kingdom to lead this event on Monday.
The celebration begins with a presentation at 3:30 p.m. in the John R. Roach Center for the Liberal Arts, followed by music, exhibits, memorabilia and tours in the library.