UST Libraries currently provide access to 56,938 electronic journals and have 1,700 active print or microfilm journal subscriptions; in addition, access is provided to 282 electronic databases, including several new ones for this academic year.
Celebrate Homecoming Week at the 11th annual Wellness Center 5K walk/run on Saturday, Oct. 13.
All members of the university community who are interested in support and advocacy for women can nominate themselves or someone else by 5 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 20.
Starting Monday, Sept. 17, all bikes locked to objects other than bike racks will be removed at the owner’s expense.
Burn calories, tone and energize. Possibilities include: Jazzercise, Sculpt, Spinning, TRX, Basic and Intermediate Yoga, and Zumba classes.
Bikes, helmets and locks will be checked out to current St. Thomas students, faculty and staff.
Starting Sept. 5, students, faculty and staff can sign up for fall intramural sports. There are many new offerings this year, as well as the same fall sports as last year. Anyone with a valid UST ID is eligible to participate.
Human Resources Introduces Retirewise, a Series of Retirement-planning and Education Workshops for St. Thomas Employees
The workshops are designed to help employees of all ages clarify their retirement goals and identify the steps needed to achieve them.
Replacement of exhaust hood roof motors on the roof of the Anderson Student Center will restrict catering options and dining hours at T's and The View.
The Parking Services office will be open extended hours for permit purchases during the first week of classes: 7 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday, Sept. 5 and 6, and Monday and Tuesday, Sept. 10 and 11.
Students, faculty and staff of all skill levels are invited to sign up by Thursday, Sept. 13. League bowling will run from Sept. 17 through Nov. 15 in the Anderson Student Center.
This week's notes feature Dr. Bob Werner, Geography Department, College of Arts and Sciences.
The traditional March Through the Arches will be held at 11 a.m. this year, on Tuesday, Sept. 4. New first-year, transfer and international students will gather on the Summit Avenue side of the Arches at 10:45 a.m., and that's also a good time for all of the applauders to gather in the lower quad.
The University of St. Thomas will make available MetLaw, a voluntary group legal services benefit administered by Hyatt Legal Plans, to all benefits-eligible employees.
The ramp is located at 11th Street and Harmon Place.
This week's notes include Kelly Wilson, adjunct theology professor.
Feel free to bring noisemakers, creative posters, etc., to show your support.
Parking permit fees for faculty and staff are based on a sliding-salary scale.
Included in this week's Professional Notes are faculty Dr. Massimo Faggioli, Dr. Teresa Rothausen-Vange and Dr. Edward Ulrich; staff Dan Gjelten; and UST MBA alums Sara Christenson and Annelise Larson.
The two departments now operate under a new, combined name, Academic Counseling and Support. They will move to a new office in the renovated Murray-Herrick Campus Center, which they will share with Disability Services.
Estetica St. Thomas will offer Aveda products and services such as hair cutting and coloring, high-fashion hair styling, manicures, pedicures, make-up and facial waxing.
Primary elections will be held Tuesday, Aug. 14.
See what St. Thomas faculty, staff and students have been up to lately.
The McNair program is designed to encourage low-income and first-generation college students from groups historically underrepresented in higher education to pursue doctoral study.
Information Resources and Technologies is planning a series of classroom-instruction sessions next week.