$98,334.96 worth of checks are waiting for smart Santas. Those who are not Credit Union Christmas Club members can start saving now for a merrier Christmas in 2014.
Plan Ahead for a happy Turkey Day break, and get information from Counseling and Psychological Services and the Wellness Center on alleviating anxiety, enhancing study skills, and preparing for and taking finals.
The program celebrates 25 years of performances on the celebrated organ. Titled “Kney Sayers,” the program can be heard locally on Sunday morning, Nov. 10.
Josh Hengemuhle from Off-Campus Student Services has important tips for students who are beginning to weigh their housing options for next year.
The exhibition, free and open to the public, can be seen in the Anderson Student Center through March 7, with a reception Saturday, Nov. 9.
All are welcome to attend this lecture sponsored by the Jay Phillips Center for Interfaith Learning, the Center for Catholic Studies and the archdiocese.
On the morning of Friday, Nov. 1, per an alert issued by the St. Catherine University Department of Public Safety, a suspicious object was found in a wooded area on the west side of their campus.
On Monday, Nov. 11, the University of St. Thomas’ Office of Study Abroad will kick off IEW with its first-ever fashion show highlighting traditional clothing from around the globe, including Saudi Arabia, Togo, China, Liberia, South Africa, Norway, Nepal, Uganda, Spain and Cameroon. The show will take place from 7:30 to 9 p.m. in Woulfe Alumni Hall, Anderson Student Center.
Operations managers are full-time students who serve in a leadership role in the residence hall communities and hall staffs.
St. Thomas will offer a voluntary retirement incentive for regular full-time and regular part-time faculty and staff members who meet certain criteria and choose to retire on May 31, 2014.
The November CultureLink Tea will be held at 3:15 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 12, in Scooter’s. Four students – two exchange students from Japan and two study abroad students from St. Thomas – will be the guest speakers. They will talk about Japan and their experiences studying abroad.
The Nov. 15 program is part of the Hot Topics: Cool Talk debate series hosted by the Murphy Institute for Catholic Thought, Law and Public Policy.
The Associated Colleges of the Twin Cities will conduct a study to explore ways to share more administrative services and save money. The five institutions, including St. Thomas, already collaborate on many projects, including cross-registration for classes and purchasing goods and services.
He was the father of Dr. Robert Kennedy, Catholic Studies Department.
Founded in 1914 at Washington and Lee University in Lexington, Va., the honor society recognizes and encourages superior scholarship, leadership and exemplary character.
During the civil war in El Salvador, Romero was a light for the poor and disenfranchised, “A Voice for the Voiceless.” He was killed by an assassin’s bullet while celebrating Mass in the small hospital chapel where he lived.
The HLC Accreditation team will have more than 50 different meetings with faculty, staff, students, administrators and community members.
Employee benefits enrollment for 2014 begins Friday, Nov. 1, and runs through Friday, Nov. 15. This is the only time during the year when employees can make changes to their benefits without a “qualifying event” (also known as a change in status). Elections made during this enrollment period are effective Jan. 1, 2014.
Orientation and registration sessions will be conducted nine times next summer.
President Julie Sullivan will hold a brown bag luncheon on “excellence” on Monday, Nov. 4, and invites members of the St. Thomas community to join her to discuss how to cultivate, foster and enhance excellence at the university.
Shapiro is the second of four speakers in this season’s Minnesota Public Radio News Broadcast Journalist Series.
This week’s notes feature faculty Michael Andregg, Catherine Hansen, Jeff Jalkio, David Kelley, Paul Lorah, AnnMarie Thomas, Daniel Tight and Edward Ulrich; staff James Rogers; and engineering students Samuel Johnson and Matthew Schmidtbauer.