Help from those who can volunteer even for part of a six-hour shift also will be appreciated.
The Office of Service-Learning annually recognizes one student for development in critical awareness of the causes of and solutions to social problems that confront us all as evidenced in meaningful course reflection or significant leadership initiative relating to his or her work in the community. Please nominate a UST student who has embodied these characteristics through service-learning.
The Office of Service-Learning annually recognizes one faculty member for exemplary implementation of service learning. Please nominate a colleague today.
The Office of Service Learning annually recognizes one community partner for welcoming our faculty and students into their organization, and for collaborating with us to engage in meaningful civic engagement as we strive to foster greater social responsibility. Please nominate an organization with which you have worked.
Barbara Voorhees Blaha, master gardener, will provide tips and instructions on how to get the most out of container gardening.
A useful guide is available on Murphy Online.
The colloquium will meet regularly throughout the fall and spring terms, typically once a month.
Benefits-eligible employees may apply for long-term care insurance with St. Thomas’ new provider, Genworth, during the March 26 to April 27 enrollment period.
Dr. Brenda Powell, English Department, will focus on what female faculty should know about the Faculty Handbook.
Maximize budget dollars through eBuy&Pay.
Election results will be announced the week of April 9 in Bulletin Today.
A presentation by Laura Orr, clinical law fellow at the University of St. Thomas School of Law, will focus on the topic of elder care.
Training videos and documentation are available on the Purchasing and Payables website.
Benefits-eligible employees may apply for long-term care insurance with Genworth during the March 26 to April 27 enrollment period.
The forum will be conducted on both the Minneapolis campus and the St. Paul campus.
Managing the Blended/Online Environment and other sessions will be offered.
John Bannigan and the Development office is gearing up for a “door busting” Faculty and Staff Annual Campaign with the goal of a 60 percent participation rate.
Email the Dean of Students office with event information by Monday, March 26.
Attendance at this year’s HR Fair rose despite bad weather.
This discussion opportunity for female faculty will examine how to prepare a constructive review.