Meet employers offering job opportunities; sign up online for an orientation session (unless you have attended a past fair).
The Student Legacy Committee helps to increase student awareness of alumni programming and the importance of giving back to the university.
The Wellness Center and the Health and Human Performance Club are sponsoring a pilot program this semester for up to 10 students who are interested in starting a workout routine.
Stop by the Box Office to pick up free tickets to see the best of this year's student films next Wednesday at St. Anthony Main Theatre.
CILCE nominates one student each year to compete for the Phillips Scholarship, which provides financial support for the student’s junior and senior years, a stipend, and funding to complete a service project.
Can you color the most school-spirited, most authentic, or most creative turkey?
St. Thomas marketing professors are the featured speakers.
Sign up for this chance to talk to potential community partners and learn how to incorporate service-learning into courses.
English Department Hosts Colloquium on ‘Reading Terror in Holocaust and African-American Slave Narratives’ Tomorrow
Dr. Todd Lawrence and Dr. Joan Piorkowski will give the presentation from 3 to 4 p.m.
Jim Keady’s mission is to improve working conditions for factory workers overseas. Alta Gracia fair trade apparel can be purchased at the event.
Registration Ends Soon for Faculty Development Workshop: ‘Preparing Book Proposals for Scholarly Publishers’
Dr. Stephen Brookfield will lead the workshop on Tuesday, Nov. 22.
Students in Free Enterprise, which focuses on improving the community by using the skills students have learned in college, will meet Thursday, Nov. 10.
Janet Chisholm, executive director of Creating Communities for Peace, will facilitate the training.
The mountain snowboarding documentary, two years in the making, is "equal parts action and adventure ... with the inevitable drama encountered along the way."
Voss is the executive director of the nonprofit Minnesota Little Brothers-Friends of the Elderly.
Enjoy old-school games such as freeze tag and spud.
Dr. Terence Nichols and Dr. Sherry Jordon will lead the discussion on Wednesday, Nov. 9.
Educational sessions will be held on the St. Paul and Minneapolis campuses throughout the enrollment period.
The internationally known speaker and author will be on campus tomorrow to talk about sex, the hookup culture and how to respond.
A large crowd is expected for the "panda-monium." Tickets are available online; all proceeds from the concert will be donated to the Huntsman Cancer Institute.
Prospective students are invited to drop by and learn about the program.
Dr. Teresa Rothausen-Vange, Management, will lead this dialogue for faculty of all ranks on Friday, Nov. 11.
The first 20 people to sign up for the discussion "Let Your Life Speak: Finding Your Personal Vocation" will receive a free copy of Parker Palmer's book of (almost) the same title. Everyone who signs up will receive a free T-shirt.
With every pair of shoes purchased, TOMS gives a pair of new shoes to a child in need.
The new deadline is noon Tuesday, Nov. 22.