Nancy Longley, executive vice president at Weber Shandwick, is the guest speaker.
Sam Schulhofer-Wohl’s presentation will examine the relationship between depressed housing prices and labor mobility and will seek to disprove earlier research findings.
The club will host this event for students with an interest in pre-health professions. Information on volunteer opportunities in these fields also will be presented.
Attendees will hear from a panel of women leaders about how they can recognize, enhance and utilize their talents to accomplish personal and professional goals.
Aaron Brown and Kellen O’Grady, liturgists in Campus Ministry, will lead a reflection on the Triduum liturgies. Dinner will be served.
If you’re planning to take CHEM 100, you do not need to take the placement test.
Seniors: Help brainstorm ways to promote giving toward this year’s class scholarship.
Dr. Michael Naughton will lead the discussion Wednesday, April 4. Everyone is welcome.
Refocus and relax before an upcoming test, or just refocus and relax because you can at 10 p.m. today.
Learn about the UST School of Law’s early admission program, application process and deadlines; law students also will talk about their first year of law school.
Tutor-mentors must attend at least one of the Midsemester Reflections, which will be held April 4 and 12.
Undergraduate business students are invited to participate, strengthen business analytical skills and build relationships with Twin Cities executives and UST faculty.
Students can compete on a team (April 28) or as an individual (April 29). Prizes include a free T-shirt upon completion and REI winners’ prizes.
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.