This annual brunch honors women from the senior class.
Designed for education majors and alumni looking for employment in Minnesota and even worldwide, the April 23 fair offers a chance to network with school districts interested in hiring UST graduates.
An online registration system is available for spring intramurals.
Section 2 of the class enables family members to participate in the class.
Fellowship recipients will receive $4,000 stipends to support research on topics related to girls or women; their faculty sponsors will receive $1,500 stipends.
Course descriptions will be available, including costs and itineraries.
Online applications are due by Monday, April 9.
Limited to 20 students, participants will be given a stone to keep and instructions on its use. Preregister online.
Nominations are due by 4 p.m. Friday, March 30.
This second annual concert will be held Friday, April 20.
An NFL Hall of Famer, Page’s talk, Q-and-A session and dinner Thursday, March 29, is sponsored by Hana.
The Student Alumni Council organizes many large events and programs on campus every year.
The vision of ARC is that every person who participates in an American Refugee Committee program or project will have a better chance to take control of his or her life and achieve self-sufficiency.
The free Career Fair will be held March 21 and is part of the Multicultural Forum on Workplace Diversity.
Professor Brinsfield is currently interested in incorporating psychology into the study of business.
Register for this online UST Intramurals tournament, and make your picks.
The Silver Wings club is offering games, prizes and a fun and exciting atmosphere at its St. Patrick’s Day social. Tickets are $8.50 at Tommie Central.
Dr. Matthew Peterson ’04, third-year resident at Regions Hospital, will be the final speaker in the series.
A total of 500 kits will be handed out on a first-come, first-served basis.