Spanish professor Dan Tight investigates the challenges English speakers face when learning a new language.
Associate professor Renee Buhr’s research digs deeply into assumptions about Eastern European countries.
St. Thomas Real Estate Analysis: Strong May and June Helps Return Twin Cities Market to Pre-Crash Levels
University researchers found half a dozen categories with price levels and related measures not seen here since 2005-2007.
St. Thomas has lost two beloved figures with the deaths of retired Dean of Students Bill Malevich earlier this month and Monsignor James Lavin three years ago. Doug Hennes, who knew them as a student, admired them as an alumnus and worked with them as an administrator, pays tribute to the two gentlemen today in The Scroll.
The event has been planned by Rabbi Alan Shavit-Lonstein, a rabbi in residence with the Jay Phillips Center for Interfaith Learning at St. John’s and St. Thomas.
St. Thomas professor Xiaowen Guan shares how her study abroad experience became a passion for improving intercultural communications.
A funeral Mass for former St. Thomas Dean of Students William Malevich will be on Saturday, Aug. 1, in the Chapel of St. Thomas Aquinas on the St. Paul campus.
St. Thomas has been welcoming neighbors for an evening of music, food and fun since 1981.
St. Thomas professor Kurt Illig shares why he became interested in neuroscience—and how he shares that passion with students.
September Conference in Cambridge, England, to Explore Issues Surrounding the Patenting of Life Forms
The “Patents on Life” conference is co-sponsored by the Von Hügel Institute at the University of Cambridge and the Terrence J. Murphy Institute for Catholic Thought, Law and Public Policy at the University of St. Thomas.
“Bill” Malevich, who served more than a quarter century as dean, left an extensive written legacy in the form of his popular “Ask the Dean” columns.
Tyner will take up the work begun by Dr. Calvin Hill earlier this year while a search for a permanent vice president of diversity and inclusion is conducted.
University researchers look at reasons why potential home sellers are sitting on the sidelines.
Associate professor Mary Maloney explores the benefits – and challenges – of working in cross-cultural teams.
Laurentius Tarpin, OSC, studied English at St. Thomas in 2002.
Graduation provides these eight seniors with time to reflect on past accomplishments and look forward to what the future may hold.
St. Thomas junior Anna Nolan will be the sole college student in a delegation joining Gov. Mark Dayton on a mission to Mexico in August to promote economic ties.
Ethics and business law professor John Wendt shares how his research enhances his teaching, just as teaching enhances his research.
The University of St. Thomas has won a Eureka! Award through the Minneapolis / St. Paul Business Journal in the category of Education for Squishy Circuits.
Nancy Zingale, a retired St. Thomas political science professor, has been involved in educational and cultural exchanges between St. Thomas and Cuba since 1999. She was in Havana when President Barack Obama announced a significant change to U.S.-Cuban relations last December.
Alexis Easley, professor of English and graduate English program director, explores her fascination with the women who risked everything to pursue the literary life during the Victorian era.
As of July 1, 2015, The Associated Colleges of the Twin Cities will move to a distributed model of collaboration relying on the participating schools, rather than a central office, to coordinate and foster academic and business collaborations.
For the past seven years, St. Thomas Libraries have rallied students to donate to local food shelves.
Dr. Candace Chou and Dr. Heather Shirey have been selected to teach in Taiwan and China, respectively.
St. Thomas biology associate professor Adam Kay and his students have helped make Brightside Produce the first economically sustainable model for distributing low-cost, fresh produce to corner stores.