University of St. Thomas – Minnesota – A private, Catholic liberal arts university
College of Arts and Sciences
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Opus College of Business
School of Engineering
School of Law
School of Social Work
The Saint Paul Seminary School of Divinity
Hacking Social Change
A Tale of Two Restaurateurs
Outside Consultant Features Mark Spriggs
Alec Johnson Awarded Julie Hays Teaching Award
What Manual? Ilos Videos Could Transform the Way We Work
Full-time Flex MBA Students Win Awards at IBECC
Depth of Field
Humans of St. Thomas
Papal Visit 2015
In the News
In Our Prayers
Risk, Rescue and the Perils of a Female Firefighter
Living and Learning as One
Two Friends, No Map and a VW Bus
Primp and Cheap Chic
St. Thomas Magazine
St. Thomas Lawyer
St. Thomas Engineer
Public Safety Notices
Today is September’s Faith Thursday
Faith Thursday will be held monthly throughout the academic year.
School of Social Work Hosts Popcorn Friday
Stop in between 12:30 and 1:30 p.m. tomorrow.
Campus Life, STAR Sponsor School Spirit T-shirt Giveaway at Volleyball Game
The Tommies host Concordia College of Moorhead at 7 p.m. today.
USG’s Commuter Senator Position Opens for Special Election
Candidates for this position on the Undergraduate Student Government must not reside in university-owned housing.
Show Tommie Your Purple Spirit in the Upper Quad
Tommie will hand out treats from noon to 1 p.m. today to those who are wearing purple.
Students Today Leaders Forever Hosts Open House Today
A service organization, STLF participants can fulfill Bus 200 requirements. Learn about the club's "Pay It Forward Tour," which will be held over spring break in Dallas, Texas.
‘Employment Status at UST: Exempt and Non-Exempt – What Does it Mean?’
All exempt and non-exempt staff are invited to this brown bag session on Oct. 5.
Want to be a Radio DJ?
Campus radio station KUST is looking for a DJ to play independent, alternative and local music. If interested, attend KUST's meeting today or e-mail the station.
Campus Ministry Introduces new Peer Ministry Program; Transitions From Hall Chaplain Program
Peer Ministry coordinator Molly Bird outlines the program and the 2010-11 transition to it from the Hall Chaplain program.
Political Science Offers J-Term Seminar in Washington, D.C.
The "Inside Washington" seminar, Jan. 2-15, will include on-site visits to Capitol Hill, executive agencies, think tanks, trade associations and media organizations.
General Mills Presents Information Session Today
Company representatives will give a presentation about the business management associate position, an entry-level sales management training opportunity for graduating seniors.
Worried About Finances? Wellness Center hosts interactive finance workshops.
A representative from Family Means Credit Counseling will lead three free workshops: “What is My Money Personality?” “Take Charge of Your Money,” and “Give Me Some Credit!”
Learn how to Market International Experience at Career Development Seminar
The Marketing Your International Experience seminar will be held Wednesday.
Earn Service Hours Through Junior Achievement
Junior Achievement volunteering is easy and flexible; choose from a multitude of hours, locations and classrooms. Four information sessions will be held this week.
Hana, ANSA Host ‘Hana Dialogue: Rising Above Racial Prejudice’
The dialogue will be held Wednesday, Sept. 29.
Welcome, new Employees
Fourteen staff members recently joined the campus community.
Environmental Chemistry of Endocrine-disrupting Pollutants Discussion Topic at Chemistry Seminar
This week's guest speaker is Dr. Doug Latch, assistant professor of chemistry at Seattle University.
Pilot Project to Create Small Networking Groups of Female Faculty
A kick-off event will be held Thursday, Oct. 7.
Students In Free Enterprise Meet Today
SIFE's mission is to bring together the top leaders of today and tomorrow to create a better, more sustainable world through the positive power of business.
Up ’til Dawn Hosts Informational Meeting Monday
Last year, St. Thomas students raised more than $70,000 for the hospital.
Passports to the Twin Cities Still Available
The passports are packed with coupons and discounts for shows, rentals, activities and food.
Neuroscience Club Meets Thursday
Meeting topics will include membership, plans for the semester and research in neuroscience.
Explore Fair Returns to Campus Thursday
Local businesses will show the products, services and internships they can offer to students.
Students Elect Seven new USG Members
These student leaders will serve throughout the 2010-2011 academic year.
STAR Shines Spotlight on Week’s Activities
Fanamaniacs will kick off the week's activities by handing out sweatpants (while supplies last) at the women’s soccer game today.