Professor Xiaowen Guan lectures during a Communication in the Workplace class (Communications and Journalism) in Brady Educational Center (BEC) on March 10, 2014.

Found in Translation

St. Thomas professor Xiaowen Guan shares how her study abroad experience became a passion for improving intercultural communications.
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Working Beyond Boundaries

Associate professor Mary Maloney explores the benefits – and challenges – of working in cross-cultural teams.
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Senior Stride

Graduation provides these eight seniors with time to reflect on past accomplishments and look forward to what the future may hold.
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A Welcome Change in Cuba

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.
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The New Dawn of Title IX

Thirty-seven words put into law by President Richard Nixon in 1972 have had far-reaching effects for more than 44,000 St. Thomas female graduates, including more than 3,000 women athletes.
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Nick and Bekka

How a hit-and-run forever changed the lives of two students (and everyone who knows them).
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Veteran Technology Administrator to Lead IRT

Edmund Clark, who has held technology leadership positions in Minnesota higher education for more than two decades, will become vice president of Information Resources and Technologies and chief information officer at St. Thomas.
Economics Professor Luz Saavedra teaches an Economics Forecasting class in an O'Shaughnessy Educational Center classroom on April 15, 2014. These images were taken for a College of Arts and Sciences brochure.

St. Thomas Explores Two-Year College Option

The University of St. Thomas, as part of the flexible pathways priority in its strategic plan, will explore whether to open a two-year Catholic college as a way to increase access and affordability and ultimately lead to four-year degrees for Minneapolis and St. Paul-area high school students.