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.
Meeting topics today will include networking events, internship opportunities and the different types of jobs available in the public relations sector.
“Spotlight on Operations Management” will be held Thursday to provide students with information on classes and job opportunities.
A total of 150 vouchers will be given away – 75 each day. UST ID required.
This retreat is an opportunity to grow in relationship with Christ and fellow Christians. Registration is needed by Wednesday, March 21.
The event will be held in Room 100, McNeely Hall. (Note the change of location.)
Fill out an E-Chug survey, and print and turn in a certificate of completion to be eligible to win a Tablet.
Take your mind off tests and enjoy a massage, hand reflexology, snacks, a make-your-own sundae station, soothing music and a stretch of creativity with coloring materials.
A panel of employers and social-media experts will share tips about creating a productive “online brand.”
The victor will become the proud owner of an intramural champion T-shirt.
Pictures must be submitted by Tuesday, March 27.
The application deadline for the $2,000 scholarship is Friday, March 9.
The chairman of the Minnesota Board of Accountancy will discuss real-life professional liability issues practicing accountants encounter at 11:30 a.m. in McNeely Hall.
The class will be held on Monday, March 12, and is limited to 20 students.
She will talk about her award-winning book, The Latehomecomer: A Hmong Family Memoir, and lead a short discussion on education inside and outside the classroom.