Phillips Scholarships, $16,400 awards, are given annually to six sophomores from Minnesota private colleges.
Tonia O’Brien and Maggie Zimmerman return to campus to discuss the training they needed to get and succeed in their current jobs.
Sophomore and junior applicants must submit a two-page essay describing how they inspire and advance one another and give back to the UST community.
The Catering Department does not have carts available for club use.
The scholarships cover the cost of the Kaplan MCAT preparation course.
This is an opportunity to speak up on issues at UST, have some free pumpkin pie and win prizes. Sophomore Evan Welle will perform.
“Give Me Some Credit!” examines how to access your credit report for free, why you should care about your credit report, and how to improve your credit history.
Network with alumni, learn about internships and possible career paths, and have a chance to win two tickets to a Minnesota Wild hockey game.
Sigma Tau Delta and the Literary Club will host this workshop; space is limited.
Those who picked up passports can enjoy deals this Thursday through Saturday. Register for the Wellness 5K and get your passport stamped on race day, Saturday, Oct. 23.
Today’s Q-and-A session will cover information such as what courses are needed, how to get clinical experience, and how to think about pre-health education holistically.
The companies include Securian Financial, Travelers, Target, US Bank and Three Deep Marketing, among others.
A Job and Internship Search Strategies seminar will be held at 3 p.m. today.
Deadline for applications is Friday, Nov. 12.