A student researcher, assisted by a faculty mentor, seeks volunteers to help him compare the benefits of walking vs. vigorous exercise. Rewards include better health, possible weight loss and new skills.
The picnic will be held today at the university’s Stewardship Garden.
The dinner will include a build-your-own taco bar and raffle prizes.
Winners can pick up their prizes at the Wellness Center.
The American Marketing Association will be host to Tera Bollig of Children’s Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota. She will give a presentation on her career as a marketing and communications specialist.
Everyone has a story. A brother, sisters and a priest will tell their vocation stories tomorrow evening.
Applications will be accepted until noon Tuesday, May 8.
Fifty free tickets are available.
For information related to services and resources for veterans at St. Thomas, visit the university’s Veteran Resources website.
Chef Kenneth Grogg will cover flavoring, food and fire safety, the grilling process, and grilling an entire meal.
Students are invited to march to raise awareness of violence against women.
USG is hosting the giveaway today in the Anderson Student Center.
Members of the Student Legacy Committee help to increase student awareness of alumni programming and the importance of giving back to the university.
The competition will be held on Saturday, May 12. Register individually to be placed on a team or as a team of at least six players.
Alan Bignall, ’85 M.B.A., who also is an entrepreneurial investor, will give the presentation. All students are welcome.
Applications for all positions are available on the Undergraduate Admissions website.
TommieMedia is the digital, student-led and produced news source for the University of St. Thomas.
Students can “rent” a free GPS unit from the center.
Latino Night, part of “Livin’ in Color Week,” is tonight.