Father Dennis Dease's magnanimous involvement in Uganda reflects his commitment to the mission of the university
Brian Osende '10 B.S.M.E., '11 M.S. returns to Uganda and brings light to his grandparents' village for the first time
My decision to retire next year didn’t exactly come as a surprise to many colleagues and friends who know where we are in pursuing significant milestones.
KAMPALA, UGANDA - The miracle workers are busy here these days.In a former retail storefront on a rut-filled dirt road in Ndejje, a poverty-stricken area southeast of Kampala, the first Hope Medical Clinic opened in November 2007. The sign outside says "Eddwaliro," Ugandan for "health care," in bold red letters, and 40 to 50 people show up every month or treatment of malaria, typhoid fever and the flu.
Degrees in hand, Ugandan students seek to make an impact in our world
Sisters Felista and Olivia Mpanga have found comfort and friendship in Minnesota
Mark Gregg will never forget the lessons he learned at St. Thomas.
The Catholic Studies Department congratulates its fall and spring graduates and wishes them the best in their new careers and future endeavors.
Mother Mary Clare ’01 didn’t come to the University of St. Thomas to major in Catholic Studies. She came to major in accounting. An older brother had attended St. Thomas and brought her to look at the campus. She knew that the school had a great business program and felt that it “fit the bill.” She was taking a step toward a far different future than the one she had planned.
Dr. Donna Block '05 M.B.A. has opened two women-centered clinics that provide care to women, by women