While e-books are a rapidly growing phenomenon, they also present complicated issues.
The affected spaces will revert to their normal configurations when construction is completed.
The 24th annual forum, presented by the Opus College of Business, runs March 20-22 at the Minneapolis Convention Center.
Mary Ejiofor, Matt Fox and Sarah Farnes are stellar examples of the outstanding students involved in the Center for Intercultural Learning and Community Engagement.
This year, nominations will be accepted for non-exempt staff members and for students. The deadline is Wednesday, March 14.
The Physical Plant is accepting monetary donations and gift cards for the family of Jammey Tyus, a Physical Plant building service worker.
Installation of new sensors will close the R-2 entrance to the ramp from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The two-week session, March 5-15, will feature Sculpt, Spinning, TRX, Yoga and Zumba classes.
He will step down on June 30 and then be on a sabbatical before returning to the faculty in 2013.
University of St. Thomas analysts say a meaningful recovery won’t be seen until the percentage of ‘distressed’ sales returns to normal levels.
Applications for the Graduate Research Team Grant Program are due on Monday, March 26.
This Friday, Feb. 24, is the last day to vote for Segl to make the top 10 in this national contest.
Food options are available if a deadline is missed.
IRT will start upgrading a portion of the university’s phone system at 1 a.m.
Freshmen and sophomores will receive valuable information before their decisions to select a business concentration must be made.
One of the robberies was at the SuperAmerica station at Cleveland and Grand avenues.
The information session will feature details on the graduate programs, the application process and requirements, a question-and-answer session and a tour.
The campus community is invited to attend this workshop on Friday, March 9, in the Anderson Student Center.
Only 15 students nationwide are chosen annually for the up to $25,000 award to cover tuition, room and board and other fees, based on their abilities and accomplishments.
Elizabeth Annoni, Aaron Hays and Sarah Nelson will present their posters at “Private College Scholars at the Capitol: Recognizing Undergraduate Student Research.”