Dan Dolan, Lary Laukka and James Solem will be honored at a Nov. 5 ceremony.
The Evening UST MBA program offered by the University of St. Thomas Opus College of Business is among the best in the country, according to the annual Bloomberg Businessweek Best Business Schools 2015 list.
School of Law Professor Mark Osler joined Law Enforcement Leaders to Reduce Crime and Incarceration, which launched Oct. 21 and was invited to meet with President Barack Obama at the White House on Oct. 22.
Author and activist Geoffrey Saign brings the outdoors into children’s imaginations.
The Jay Phillips Center for Interfaith Learning hosted a two-day symposium on "Christian Faith in a Multifaith World," examining interreligious interaction 50 years after the Catholic Church's Nostra Aetate document from Vatican II.
Grounds crew staff and students keep the St. Paul campus looking beautiful year-round, making a striking first impression for visitors and a gorgeous environment for students, faculty and staff.
Shannon Kelly '16 reflects on her language immersion experience in Carraroe, County Galway, and on Irish studies at St. Thomas.
Wyatt, chair of the Department of Communication and Journalism at St. Thomas since 2012 and faculty member in the department since 2003, will assume her new role Jan. 4, 2016.
St. Thomas alumnus Will Steger ’66, ’69 M.A. flipped the switch last week on a renewable energy system that will provide power to his Steger Wilderness Center. Dr. Greg Mowry, a St. Thomas School of Engineering professor, designed the system.
Anna Kate Nolan – the only college student invited on Minnesota’s first trade mission to Mexico since 2000 – focused her work on educational cooperation.
English professor Todd Lawrence got to St. Thomas thanks to as little math as possible, a smoke-filled advising session from a college professor, and a just plain love of books.
Mark Vangsgard, vice president for business affairs and chief financial officer of St. Thomas since 2006, has been chosen as a Chief Financial Officer of the Year by the Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal.
Entrepreneurship Andrew Kincheloe '12 turned his favorite childhood food into Buddy's Small Batch Nut Butter, a thriving brand that's now sold in 300 stores across five Midwestern states.
Dan Buettner '83, The New York Times-bestselling author of Blue Zones, gave a short but memorable talk on longevity last week. He's been studying the world's healthiest communities for more than a decade.
Wendy Wyatt, chair of the Department of Communication and Journalism, helped develop a tool for online journalists to create a code of ethics.
So how does St. Thomas keep the 560,000 gallons of water that fill the 5-year-old AARC pool looking as clear as glass? David Clysdale, chief engineer in St. Thomas' Facilities Management Department, has the answers.
The university’s annual enrollment report reveals several positive trends: more students of color, one of the best freshman-to-sophomore persistence rates ever, and growth in engineering programs.
Here's a look back at St. Thomas' three biggest club sports.
Pope Francis emphasized the critical role of Catholic education during his visit to the United States.
According to research by the Shenehon Center for Real Estate, the 13-county Twin Cities region compares favorably to other metro areas thanks to wages and strong housing-market fundamentals.
Jessie McShane discusses her travel adventures, her knitting business and the importance of empowering women.
Abbie Hoffman, the most celebrated social and political activist and anti-war dissident of his time, spoke at St. Thomas 27 years ago this month on Sept. 20, 1988.
Banned Books Week runs from Sept. 27-Oct. 3.
In the pope's address to Congress, he spoke about the shared values between American and Catholic values.
Dr. Erika Scheurer, associate professor of English and director of Writing Across the Curriculum, shares her personal experiences with Project for Mindfulness and Contemplation, including meditating with students in classes. For those interested in learning more, there will be a meditation "sit-in" at noon Tuesday, Sept. 29, on the lower quad.