Through the Excel! Research Scholars Program, junior Divine Zheng examined whether states that are rated as having robust and comprehensive content standards in regard to the civil rights movement actually wind up with more comprehensive textbooks.
Assistant professor of English Christopher Santiago won the 2016 Lindquist & Vennum Prize for Poetry. His book, Tula,, which focuses on his experience as the son of immigrants, will be published by Milkweed Editions in December.
St. Thomas Communication and Journalism professor Mark Neuzil joined the Newsroom to discuss the complexities of telling Mother Nature's story, and making sure people will take the time to understand it.
The St. Thomas Board of Trustees has approved a 10-year St. Paul campus master plan that identifies potential projects supporting the university’s mission and vision, including two new academic buildings, a chapel expansion, more student housing and more parking.
Blake Rondeau ’16, a veteran himself, has dedicated his education and career to helping veterans. Most recently, that included acting as a discussion leader as part of the Minnesota Humanities Center's Echoes of War program.