He was struck by a car as he crossed a street in Beppu, Japan, where he is studying abroad.
He is a long-time employee of the Facilities Management team with almost 32 years of service to the university.
Cooper, who has reported from more than 60 countries, is the final speaker in this year’s Minnesota Public Radio News’ Broadcast Journalist Series.
In March nearly 200 University of St. Thomas Justice and Peace Studies (JPST) and Opus College of Business (OCB) students gathered for an interdisciplinary dialogue about how they – as business persons, community activists and consumers – could promote responsible business that cultivates a more just and peaceful world.
The talk features marriage and family expert Dr. Kirsten Lind Seal of St. Mary’s University and is sponsored by St. Thomas’ Family Studies Program.
Her talk, titled “Journey of Hope," is sponsored by St. Thomas’ University Lectures Committee.
The first One University Party for faculty and staff will be held Tuesday, May 19, in Woulfe Alumni Hall in the Anderson Student Center.
Open forums will be held over a two-week period beginning April 27 with four finalists for the position of vice president for Information Resources and Technologies and chief information officer.
The university’s student-run news organization won seven first-place awards at the Midwest Journalism Conference. The organization brought home two awards for best website.
Students interested in applying for a Fulbright research or teaching assistantship grant for the 2016-17 academic year are encouraged to attend an informational session April 28 in the Office of Study Abroad.
Performing May 5 will be Andrew Scheiber and Liz Wilkinson, a folk duo who recently put out their first CD of folk and honky-tonk.
The native of East St. Louis, Illinois, grew up to become Sports Illustrated’s pick for “The Greatest Female Athlete of the 20th Century.”
St. Thomas units that have K-12 outreach programs should send program information to Dr. Calvin Hill.
She will give a public reading here April 24.
The new lecture series is sponsored by St. Thomas’ Family Studies Program.
A design created by St. Thomas School of Engineering alumnus Tom Flake will be featured in a performance by the Los Angeles-based dance company Diavolo this Saturday at the Ordway in St. Paul.
He was the father of Peggy Jerabek, Student Diversity and Inclusion Services, and the grandfather of Cody Jerabek ’13, Zackary Jerabek ’15, Miranda Jerabek ’16 and Brittany Jerabek ’18.
In late November, 14 students from Dr. Lorina Quartarone’s 211 (Intermediate) and 298 (Medieval) Latin classes participated in a national exam sponsored by the Classical Association of the Middle West and South.
Social Justice Advocate John Carr to Deliver Inaugural Lecture for Institute for Catholicism and Citizenship April 23
After serving more than 20 years with the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, the University of St. Thomas graduate now heads Georgetown’s Initiative on Catholic Social Thought and Public Life.
She was a St. Thomas employee from 1978-1998, a founding staff member of the Center for Religious Education, and then registration and records specialist at the St. Paul Seminary School of Divinity.
April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month. Donations of new disposable diapers and diaper wipes will help young children in crisis through the work of Project Baby Bottoms, a local project dedicated to providing diapers and wipes to low-income areas and families.
Open forums will be held over the next two weeks with three finalists for the position of vice president for student affairs.
Please remember in your prayers Kathleen Boyd, who served as secretary to Monsignor Terrence Murphy for more than four decades.
Simonet is a marketing major and philosophy minor. He has served as a resident advisor and St. Thomas Activities and Recreation programming intern.
Night of Noise concludes Pride Week (April 13-16) and falls before Day of Silence (Friday, April 17), calling attention to the silencing effect of anti-LGBTQ bullying and harassment in schools.