Design a T-shirt that either supports civil rights in Belarus or promotes the club.
The program is located at 2093 Grand Ave. Stop by on Wednesday, Nov. 11, to learn about the program and pick up spring course information.
The Nov. 11 event will include food from the Holy Land Restaurant, program updates, tips and advice, and a musical show.
This is the only time of the year when employees can change their insurance coverage without having a “qualifying event.”
Staff and tenured faculty members who meet certain age and service criteria are eligible for early retirement.
Thinking about helping out on a VISION or study-abroad trip? Find the most recent policies for participation, compensation and leave on the Human Resources Department Web site.
Operation Christmas Child will ship the boxes to impoverished children worldwide. Students, clubs and organizations can fulfill required service hours. The deadline is Nov. 13.
Study Abroad: This event is your last chance to attend an information session about the fall 2010 semester program.
The competition begins at 3 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 7. Everyone is welcome. Proceeds from the tournament will go to the American Cancer Society.
Don’t have a ticket to the event tonight? Don’t worry; you can get your ticket as you get on the shuttle bus.
Students who create an eRefund profile for the new TouchNet eBilling and ePayment system by Feb. 14, 2010, will be entered in the drawing.
Get tips on creating a résumé that stands out in the competition for student leadership positions.
The director has spent the past 11 years in brand and general management for both consumer goods and consumer durables, including General Mills, Toro golf equipment and Polaris ATVs.
Undergraduates may submit poetry, fiction, nonfiction prose (essay) or scholarly research writing. Prizes are $500 to the winners in four categories and national competition eligibility.
This Nov. 10 workshop can help UST employees enhance the student experience for veterans.