The information session will feature details on the graduate programs, the application process and requirements, a question-and-answer session and a tour.
Five hundred St. Thomas employees have been randomly selected to participate in the annual online survey.
Departments and offices will now be able to request the creation of atrium banners for display in the Anderson Student Center.
Because of a self-reported error, the School of Law has been moved to the “unranked” category in the magazine’s Best Graduate Schools section.
The regular schedule for both the Minneapolis campus and the St. Paul campus will resume Monday, March 26.
An initially shy third-grader at College Preparatory Elementary, KaZoua has responded to her St. Thomas buddy and now says that she wants “to read a lot because reading makes me smarter.”
The schools of law and social work also moved up in the rankings announced by the magazine this week.
Faculty and staff are asked to experiment with the research databases listed here and provide needed feedback during this Database Trial Month.
The open sessions to learn more about the accreditation process will be held April 4 and 5.
The permits will be valid in the lower level of the Anderson Parking Facility.
Approximately 20 to 25 ushers are needed for each ceremony.
The Business 200 Center in McNeely Hall welcomes selected guests each day of the week, and keep your eyes open for exciting giveaways throughout the week.
The granting of tenure and promotion recognizes the achievements of faculty in their teaching, professional engagement and service to the university.
All shorts and T-shirts are 15 percent off.
The book fair will run from 1 to 3 p.m. Monday through Friday, March 12-16.
ThreeSixty is the College of Arts and Sciences journalism program for minority and low-income teens.