Katy Delkoski, a 2007 alumna and a physician’s assistant, will speak.
A representative from Family Means Credit Counseling will teach how to stay under budget and avoid unnecessary purchases.
Cash prizes will be awarded in three categories.
Dr. Gianluigi Veglia, from the University of Minnesota, will speak at today’s seminar.
Those who wish to dance with the club should avoid registering for 8 a.m. Tuesday and Thursday classes for spring semester.
These scholarships include up to three $10,000 awards.
This new course will fulfill the Fine Arts and Human Diversity requirements of the core curriculum by addressing gender, religion and class.
A portion of the program will include an open mic session.
Volunteers will work on two houses this Saturday.
The meal will include traditional favorites such as turkey, ham, mashed potatoes, stuffing, green bean casserole and a dessert station.
Dr. John Buri will lead the discussion on Wednesday.
To be eligible, students who previously have not attended the fair must attend an information session.
Courses that incorporate service-learning for January Term and spring semester can be viewed online.
Have you ever wondered how the texts you are assigned to read in philosophy courses got from the 13th century to the St. Thomas Bookstore?
RHA and STAR promise fantastic futuristic fun at this intergalactic event.
Dr. Javier Vela, assistant professor of chemistry at Iowa State University, is today’s guest speaker.
The practice test will be given in an authentic LSAT environment and will include tips and an evaluation of individual scores.
The meeting will feature Dr. Daniel McNamara, who will talk about how to transition from a “student caterpillar” to a “work-world butterfly.”