University of St. Thomas – Minnesota – A private, Catholic liberal arts university
College of Arts and Sciences
College of Education, Leadership and Counseling
Opus College of Business
School of Engineering
School of Law
School of Social Work
The Saint Paul Seminary School of Divinity
Why Is Target Doing Cartwheels?
Humans of St. Thomas: Talia Nadir
The Health Care Continuum
The Rules of Engagement
Diving Into Data
Depth of Field: 'Moonshine Abbey'
Depth of Field
Humans of St. Thomas
Papal Visit 2015
In the News
In Our Prayers
Risk, Rescue and the Perils of a Female Firefighter
Living and Learning as One
Two Friends, No Map and a VW Bus
Primp and Cheap Chic
St. Thomas Magazine
St. Thomas Lawyer
St. Thomas Engineer
Public Safety Notices
Business Education Building Construction on Summit Receives Approval
Parts Management Models and Applications: A Supply Chain System Integration Perspective
Entrepreneur Magazine Again Names St. Thomas to National Top 50 List
The Art of Imaginative Deliberation
Center for Ethical Business Cultures Enters New Partnership with St. Thomas
The Bottom Line
The Necessit of a Learning Culture
Real Estate Students are Published Authors
Changing the Game Till He Wins
Ron Fowler '66 makes his own success.
Continuing the Intellectual Tradition
He Has Made Life Shine Out
Master’s Program Update
The Second Vatican Council
Why should it matter to your generation?
The Separation of Church and State and the Free Exercise of Religion
Why Toqueville Was Right
Catholic Citizens and the Renewal of Democracy
Pursuing a Dual Degree
Improving Service Quality with a Service Guarantee
Do you want customers to complain? Many companies would answer no. But for service operations, the correct answer should always be yes.
The Bottom Line: A Physician’s View of Health Care
If you've picked up a newspaper or had a recent visit to your doctor, you would likely agree that the U.S. health care industry is in need of serious reform.
A Successful Balancing Act
Colleen Soukup '82, '91 M.B.A. finds fulfillment in a rich and varied life.
Contributing to the Mission
Medtronic culture and values play essential rold for Mark Losee '94 M.B.A.
Q&A with Charles Handy: Modern Day Alchemist
Self-proclaimed social philosopher describes the importance of fleas, career mistakes and bringing the poor into the marketplace
‘I didn’t know it, but I must have been an entrepreneur at heart’
Monsignor Terrence J. Murphy: Dec. 21, 1920- Feb. 25, 2004
A Task to Complete
St. Thomas offers neutral environment to continue work on health care policy
The Business of Medicine
Clinicians and managers are learning to work together.
Project Management through Service Learning and Leadership
Final Thoughts: A teacher and learner at St. Thomas for 45 years