All freshmen and other interested students are invited for pizza and conversation.
The group will meet Wednesday, Oct. 14. Everyone is welcome.
Shuttle buses will depart from Flynn Hall, not the Arches.
Geology rocks! Find out when and where at tonight's information session.
An information session is tomorrow. VISION's service-immersion trips will cover the world during J-Term and spring break.
Study-abroad information tables will be located around north campus Sept. 22-24 and 28-30; in addition, attend a First Step session to help you get started – the first session is today.
This 14th annual poster session will be held from 11:45 a.m. to 1 p.m. today in the foyer of Owens Science Hall.
Students must attend an Orientation to On-Campus Interviewing seminar to be eligible to participate in the interviews.
Authentic Hispanic food and activities are featured at the free event from 11:45 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Thursday in Murray-Herrick.
Tim Scully, Deb Broderick and Jese Ledbetter will discuss “Involving Students in Public Service Campaigns on Campus: Positive Body Image and Sexual Violence Prevention.”
Mariana Hernández-Crespo of the UST School of Law will speak and lead a discussion on her work with Brazilian mediators in a consensus-building project. Register by Thursday.
Gips is an internationally recognized ecologist and sustainability leader.
What are news outlets doing to ensure civil discourse on their sites? Hear professionals discuss this issue and more.
Graduate business students are invited to hear Shawn Spott, vice president at RBC Wealth Management, speak on how the enterprise green strategy has affected the company.
Discussion will focus on the implementation of the IDEA system for receiving student reactions to instruction and courses that was initiated this semester.
Join the quasquicentennial party, see the commissioned oil painting and miniature ceramic of the Arches, enjoy some refreshments, and meet the author and some of those profiled in 125 Years: Interesting and Influential People.
Domitrz's presentation has been so well received that he's back for his fourth consecutive Fall Welcome event. Don't miss it.
Award-winning author Gerard Straub will share his conversion story and clips from his films as well as reflect on how spirituality confronts poverty.
Two Oct. 1 events – St. Thomas' annual Law Journal Symposium and a forum hosted by the Holloran Center for Ethical Leadership in the Professions – feature experts on this 1989 environmental disaster and its many repercussions.
The club will see “Data-blitz,” a fun, fast-paced look at recent student and faculty neuroscience research.
A faculty organ recital, a concert by the UST Bands and Choirs, and a showcase for the best high-school band members in the region are open to the public next month. They're all free.
Register by Oct. 1 for this Homecoming weekend event.
Kelley will discuss more about Petters' alleged Ponzi scheme and its implications.
Two orientation sessions will be held Saturday morning.
All are welcome to attend these relaxed and open information sessions.