Faculty and staff are encouraged to bike or walk to work at least one day that week.
Undergraduate Student Government elections were concluded Friday, April 16.
Student presenters will receive a $50 stipend and a certificate of participation for the May 10 event.
Robert Leonard, a partner at Faegre and Benson law firm, is the guest speaker. Intellectual property includes cases such as copyrights, trademarks and patents.
ENTR 349 Family Business Management can help prepare individuals who are in line to potentially become an owner of the family business.
Deadline to apply is Thursday, April 21.
The guest speaker is Dr. Dwight Nelson, a former professor of biology at St. Thomas and currently the research manager at the Medtronic neurostimulation group.
Students who have received the Academic Competitiveness Grant or Science and Math Access to Retain Talent Grant this year will not receive funding from them for the 2011-12 academic year or beyond.
Elizabeth Craig will speak on business ethics and etiquette to undergraduate students at this free event hosted by Delta Sigma Pi.
The Saturday, April 30, performance is free to St. Thomas students; guest admission is $5 with a limit of one guest per student.
Club officer advises: "Students should choose where and when to be silent."
The run-off election was held last week.
Three executives from nonprofit organizations will tell how they landed in nonprofit jobs and why they stay there. This event fulfills the requirement for a BUS200 Mid-Point Learning Seminar.
The class has chosen to establish a scholarship fund to support future students who want to study abroad during J-Term, and it is off to a strong start thanks to an anonymous gift of $5,000.
Last year the challenge awarded more than $65,000 in UST scholarships to graduate and undergraduate students.
Apply online to be a tour guide, blogger, student communicator, intern or ambassador.
Online application deadline is Monday April, 25.
The on-campus retreat will be held Monday through Friday, June 6-10.
This meeting is an information session for prospective members.
Breakfast will begin at midnight and will ending at approximately 1:30 a.m. Sunday, April 17.
To go along with a serving of Mexican food, a number of students have stepped up to offer music, spoken word, poetry and a dramatic performance.
This annual tournament will be held Friday, May 27.
Listed are penalties for students who park in the ramp or surface lot and do not terminate their contract by May 31 – and advantages for those who do. Info on preregistration for a 2011-12 parking contract is included.
The first 50 students who sign a pledge to stop using a cell phone while driving, and bring a copy to the Wellness Center, will receive a prize.
Both executive board and general council positions are up for election.