ThreeSixty is the College of Arts and Sciences journalism program for minority and low-income teens.
Ambrose Video offers 100 full-length titles for the classroom or individual viewing via a Web browser; also, March is research database trials month – your use and reviews of the databases are appreciated.
The school honors exceptional students with Distinguished Student Researcher Awards for making important contributions in environmental research.
The event is open to the St. Thomas community; student veterans receiving benefits through the Veterans Administration are especially encouraged to attend.
The St. Paul campus Bookstore will hold a sidewalk sale – for one day only! Shop early for the best prices.
A memorial gathering for the late peace activist and adjunct faculty member will be held at St. Thomas Saturday.
More than 425 Tommies attended the fair, which was held Feb. 21-22.
Parking lots O and M on the south campus will be closed from noon to 8 p.m. Thursday to accommodate the guests.
Nominations are due by Friday, March 16.
A new program, “Pathways to Understanding,” helps participants better understand current world conflicts.
Nominations will be accepted through Wednesday, March 28.
Registrations will be accepted up to 24 hours prior to the session.
On Tuesday, March 27, Norwegian scholar Dr. Inger Marie Okkenhaug will speak on “Refugees, Relief and the Restoration of a Nation: Norwegian Mission in the Armenian Republic, 1922-1925.”
Candidates will give presentations on March 5, 7 and 14.
Guests will park in surface Lot O on the south campus and will attend sessions in Brady Educational Center.
The sampler class will be “Deuterocanonical Writings,” with Father Juan Miguel Betancourt.
Vrudny has been involved with service-learning at St. Thomas since 2004. The interim post is for one semester.
Legislators need to hear from the St. Thomas community about the importance of the need-based state grant program.
Sheryl WuDunn will speak as part of the University of St. Thomas’ Luann Dummer Lecture Series, which features a distinguished woman speaker each March.