Dr. Anne Klejment will share her research and lead the discussion on “Dorothy Day: Activist and Future Saint.” Register online.
There will be early deadlines for all payroll action items due to the upcoming holidays and spring break.
The annual event includes a silent auction, Opening Kitchen Doors cookbook sales and a school supplies donation opportunity for the children of Haiti.
Apply for curriculum development grant for faculty by May 3. Applications for professional development awards for staff and faculty are accepted throughout the year.
Voting will run through 5 p.m. Friday, March 26.
Faculty and staff who are planning to travel off campus overnight with students – either domestic or international – will want to refer to the procedures on this new site.
Exempt Staff Council invites salaried staff members to participate in philosophical discussions in separate sessions on the St. Paul and Minneapolis campuses, Tuesday and Thursday, respectively.
The St. Thomas Employee Federal Credit Union now has a Web site.
The meeting will be held on the Minneapolis campus and telecast to the St. Paul campus.
The deadline has been extended to Monday, March 15.
Eligible employees have through May 7, 2010, to notify Human Resources of their interest in participating.
The seminar, directed by Dr. Brad Gregory of the History Department at the University of Notre Dame, is open to faculty from all departments.
RSVP by March 10 for this special event.
Sun Life Financial will not require completion of medical history forms as part of a special offer that ends Friday, March 12.
Loewen also will speak on campus in a free public address Monday, March 15, and be part of the UST Challenge Day activities.
Participants can expect to improve their interpersonal communication and storytelling. They will experience techniques for the exchange of stories with students and learn how story serves as the foundation for dialogue and intercultural communication.
C. Judson King will discuss global trends in engineering education and the importance of rooting engineering education in a liberal foundation.