The Exempt Staff Council will conduct a staff survey in the next week.
Learn how to provide care for an aging parent or others age 50 and older. Be proactive, find resources and discover how to evaluate options for care.
The annual celebration will be held from 5 to 8 p.m. in the Student Dining Room, second floor, Murray-Herrick Campus Center.
Ninety contracts will be awarded; the opening date for parking has not been determined.
Holiday Timeout is an opportunity for faculty and staff to have a day to prepare for the holiday season while their children are enjoying planned holiday activities.
Faculty Development and the Office of Institutional Diversity are co-sponsors of the reading group. Kris Bunton and Wendy Wyatt will lead Fabulous Friday.
All completed IDEA materials should be returned to Room 304, Aquinas Hall.
All St. Thomas faculty and staff are invited to join ELS for hors d’oeuvres and desserts.
Register for the forum and then check out a recording of the Oct. 13 All-Staff Forum and online minutes from Exempt Staff Council meetings.
Sign up for this chance to talk to potential community partners and learn how to incorporate service-learning into courses.
Dr. Stephen Brookfield will lead the workshop on Tuesday, Nov. 22.
Educational sessions will be held on the St. Paul and Minneapolis campuses throughout the enrollment period.
Dr. Teresa Rothausen-Vange, Management, will lead this dialogue for faculty of all ranks on Friday, Nov. 11.
Brookfield, a leading scholar in adult education, will teach this seminar for faculty and staff who run meetings.
Christmas Club members have been saving since Nov. 1, 2010. A minimum share balance of $5 is all that is required for new members to join the 2012 club.
A formal invitation will be sent via campus mail to all faculty and staff.
The classes run Nov. 1 through Dec. 8 and are free and open to St. Thomas faculty and staff.
Faculty are invited to a talk by Dr. Tom Hickson, Geology, on “The Knowledge Survey as an Assessment Tool in the Classroom.” Held in St. Paul, the presentation will be simulcast to the Minneapolis campus.
The free wellness screening process will take less than 30 minutes and will be administered by licensed health care professionals on Oct. 24-26.
Celebrations will be held today on the St. Paul campus and Wednesday on the Minneapolis campus with refreshments and a $25 raffle – prize money will be deposited to the winner’s share account.
Donna Revak from Revak Nurseries will offer ideas on decorating homes and offices for Christmas at the Tuesday, Oct. 25, gathering.
The Credit Union charges only one fee, and that fee can be easily avoided.
The first event, “Is Service a Trap for Female Faculty?” will examine a recent article by Joya Mirsa in the AAUP publication Academe.