The organizational structure of the Provost's Office now reflects three working groups: Academic Affairs, Colleges and Schools, and Administrative Affairs.
Nick Dahlen '16 finds "faith, and trust, and pixie dust" under the big top at Circus Juventas.
Interim vice president for student affairs, Karen Lange, reflects on the sudden death of sophomore Erik Nielsen and the campus-wide response to the tragedy.
For these alumni, the UST School of Law's focus on social justice blends with their own personal values.
As UST School of Law expands beyond the J.D., new students are driven by their passion to make the world a better place.
A brown bag luncheon to discuss St. Thomas’ efforts to develop a comprehensive brand strategy for the university will be held at noon on Thursday, Feb. 5, in O’Shaughnessy Educational Center auditorium on the St. Paul campus. The luncheon will be simulcast to room 252 in Terrence Murphy Hall on the Minneapolis campus.
Now that everybody is back on campus after the holiday break and January Term, it’s time to head to Schoenecker Arena to catch the St. Thomas men’s and women’s basketball teams, which are a combined 36-1 this season. Doug Hennes writes about their remarkable success in The Scroll.
The free concert in St. Mary’s Chapel is presented by the Society for the Doctrinal Affectation of Baroque Music.
Bill Gates spoke at the building dedication of Schulze Hall on Oct. 20, 2005.
The University of St. Thomas Dance Team placed first in the Open Division Hip Hop category at the Universal Dance Association College Nationals in Orlando, Florida, Jan. 17 and 18.
Engineering professor Katherine Acton teaches students how to find beauty in the search for the best answer.
UST School of Law professor Julie Oseid reflects on the surprises that have led to her career as a professor, researcher and author.
With internal grants from the University of St. Thomas, Arijit Mazumdar has been able to carry out research about his home country of India – and the South Asian region – while sharing his unique perspective with the students he mentors.
Sister Sally Furay, described by many as one of the key architects of the St. Thomas School of Law, died Saturday in San Diego.
The popular “Humans of St. Thomas” series returns to The Scroll with a profile of custodian Steve Winkel, described by writer Carol Bruess as a “very cool” person who is a dedicated dad of three teens, loves video games, winter and cats, has a passion for Civil War non-fiction and is “extremely afraid” of spiders.
Father Froehle played a key role in the 1987 affiliation of St. Thomas and the St. Paul Seminary. Services will be held Tuesday.
Dave was a longtime St. Thomas trustee and a generous benefactor. Services are Friday.
Several construction projects, including the re-roofing of a portion of Murray-Herrick Campus Center, will begin over the holiday break and extend through January Term.
Rico Ferrarese, senior strategic risk manager of The LEGO Group, discusses how conscious choices help manage business uncertainty.
The program held at St. Thomas Dec. 9 will be broadcast on Minnesota Public Radio at noon and 9 p.m.
Revamped classrooms are a direct response to the way workplaces, and the world, are changing, becoming collaborative and networked environments that often rely on a team approach to solving problems.
The award recognizes places open to the public in the seven-county metro area that are memorable, transformational and elevate function to art.
The annual award is presented to a select group of young scholars in recognition of outstanding doctoral or first post-doctoral works that address God and spirituality.
Four School of Engineering students were among the 18 teams of young engineers-in-training that competed for the right to call themselves world champion drone builders at the 22nd annual ASME Student Design Competition finals in Montreal.
Through nearly four decades January Term has been a tradition at St. Thomas – and also carries the tradition of consistently being debated.