The May 21 conference is titled "Inspire, Develop, Connect."
The results of the survey will be used to improve the way pre-health students are mentored at St. Thomas.
Program directors will be on hand to answer questions.
Four professionals will discuss how they began their careers after graduating with an English major and share the challenges, opportunities and surprises they encountered along the way.
The Quit Plan program is limited to the first 20 undergrad students who enroll through email.
Survey takers can win an iPod Nano. The USG Tobacco Policy Review Committee is researching policies that would limit tobacco use on campus as well as determining student sentiment toward that end.
Application deadline is Friday, April 1.
One winning video will be picked by a panel of judges, and one will be voted as the fan favorite.
Application deadline for the scholarships is Thursday, March 31.
Application deadline is Friday, April 15. Both fellowship recipients will receive $4,000 stipends to support their research, and $1,500 stipends will be provided to their faculty sponsors.
This initiative, titled "Blind Beauty," consists of five events that will take place over the next several weeks.
If you're planning to take CHEM 100, you do not need to take the placement test.
The kits, a gift from the Wellness Center, include a drawstring bag, water bottle, sunscreen, lip balm and more. Also get a free Cooking From the Heart cookbook.
Tomorrow's giveaway is a reminder to students to take precautions against skin cancer during spring break.
Submit pictures of your days at St. Thomas by March 28 to be included in the Senior Banquet slide show.
Take a bus to this fun fondue eatery on March 29. Tickets cost $5 and will be sold online only.
STAR will hide green foam shamrocks across campus for St. Patrick's Day, which is tomorrow.
The brunch will start at 9:30 a.m.
The session is designed for students who plan to apply to health professions schools (medical, dental, veterinary, physician's assistant, optometry, etc.) in the next cycle.
Take part in this high-tech treasure hunt – you may win a prize.
Volunteers are needed for one-hour shifts at the American Red Cross Blood Drive.
The Commuter Center hosts Fruity Tuesday once a month throughout the academic year.
Sociology and Criminal Justice Majors, Minors: Applications accepted for Gessner Memorial Scholarship.
Scholarship amounts will be no less than $1,100.
Let go of everyday concerns and find time for prayer, discussion and fellowship with other students in Christian community.
The club will meet at 5:30 p.m.