The Philosophy Club will moderate Wednesday’s debate.
The annual event includes a silent auction, Opening Kitchen Doors cookbook sales and a school supplies donation opportunity for the children of Haiti.
The presentation topic should relate to the theme “i-LEAD.” Individuals and groups interested in submitting proposals are asked to send it to the FLI Committee by Friday, March 26.
The Deferred Admission program allows seniors to secure a spot two years in advance, allowing time for full-time work experience. The next informational session is Tuesday, March 23.
Learn, share your opinion, and enter into discussion about who holds truth and the Catholic Church’s relationship with other Christian denominations.
Opus College of Business students are invited to take their evening class breaks today and Thursday in the Terrence Murphy Hall atrium.
Apply for curriculum development grant for faculty by May 3. Applications for professional development awards for staff and faculty are accepted throughout the year.
Voting will run through 5 p.m. Friday, March 26.
Grant recipients will be provided a $4,000 stipend and free on-campus housing for the summer while completing a research project in conjunction with a community partner.
Faculty and staff who are planning to travel off campus overnight with students – either domestic or international – will want to refer to the procedures on this new site.
Undergraduate students who apply through the Tommie Law Early Admission Program are exempt from taking the LSAT. An informational session will be held Tuesday, March 23.
Four informational sessions will be held this week concerning the pilgrimage, which will include visits to Fatima, Santiago de Compostela, Avila and Madrid.
He will give a brief lecture on his time in the U.S. Senate and what his vision is for Minnesota.
Both fellowship recipients will receive $4,000 stipends to support their research, and $1,500 stipends will be provided to their faculty sponsors.
Members of the IRT project team will select 50 to 100 volunteers who represent a cross section of students on campus.
The event will be held from 5 to 7 p.m. today.
The classes, presented by the Wellness Center and the Psychology Department, will help you reduce stress through guided relaxation techniques, meditations, breathing awareness and mind-body exercises.