English Professor Elizabeth Wilkinson will give a presentation on Native American literature for the colloquium.
The fair will run from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. on the John P. Monahan Plaza.
CAC's main focus is Relay for Life, a fun, all-night spring event that raises money for the American Cancer Society.
The meeting will include free food and conversation on what the club will be doing for the next few months.
Researchers in the Marketing Department at the Opus College of Business are conducting a study investigating factors that influence the movie-going experience.
All students are invited to this kick-off session to help plan events that give back to the university.
If you do not enter your existing health insurance information or purchase the Aetna Student Health Insurance Plan by Wednesday, Sept. 21, you automatically will be enrolled and billed $1,884 for the annual Aetna Plan.
Learn about programs worldwide that are suitable for business majors.
The first to find a cache wins movie tickets; others who find the cache can enter into a monthly drawing for a $50 gift card to the St. Thomas Bookstore. GPS units can be used free of charge.
Close to 100 academic and special interest clubs and organizations will participate, offering myriad possibilities for getting involved on campus.
Participants will meet other first-year business majors and business program advisers at the game.
He will lead the conversation on "Theology of the Family." Everyone is welcome.
The university's community garden will provide fresh produce for the food demo.
The Business Office reminds students that paper tuition-refund checks are no longer written at the University of St. Thomas.
Today is the last day to sign up for intramural sports. To sign up, email Brian Wanous or go to the AARC intramural sports website....
Get tips from the Career Development Center on résumé writing, interviewing, companies that are hiring, job fairs and more.
Recruitment will continue for the next two weeks and also will be available in spring semester.
In order to earn all of their federal aid, students must attend classes through 60 percent of the semester.
An information session about the class will be held this morning.
Sign up by Monday, Sept. 26, in the MSS office.
This flexible program provides an opportunity to help local youth, meet people, enhance your résumé, and satisfy requirements for courses such as Business 200 and for clubs and organizations.
Election packets are due at a mandatory candidate meeting tonight.
Courses begin Wednesday, Sept. 21.
If your FAFSA is received after Thursday, Oct. 6, you will not be eligible to receive a state grant for the fall semester.
Pick up a treat and register for door prizes.