Students, faculty and staff and alumni are invited to attend.
With a 4.9 percent increase for undergraduate tuition, St. Thomas remains moderately priced among private colleges in Minnesota.
With the exception of 1945 and 1946, the Tommie Award has been presented annually since 1931 to a St. Thomas senior.
Groups can share ideas in Room 110 where Mediascape connections allow multiple laptops to be seen simultaneously on a large-screen monitor; also, the library is accepting donations for its April book sale.
Representatives also will be on hand on Feb. 21 and 24 in the Anderson Student Center.
The symposium will be held Friday, April 20, on the university’s Minneapolis campus in the School of Law’s Schulze Grand Atrium.
The average cost of items funded or partially funded with beverage contract money is approximately $1,500.
The recipient of a Community-Based Research Grant, Hays’ summer project had far-reaching effects and is an inspiration to other students interested in applying. The application deadline is Friday, Feb. 24.
Father Peter Laird, vicar general for the archdiocese, will celebrate the Mass.
This year, 1,370 St. Thomas undergraduate students are receiving $4.56 million in need-based state grants, or an average of $3,325 per student.
Two locations – one awesome sale with 15 percent off all clothing.
Mengler has served as dean of St. Thomas’ School of Law since 2002.
Requests for the participation of a bishop at an on-campus event are due no later than March 15.
Registrations will be accepted up to 24 hours prior to the session.
The award recognizes Opus College of Business faculty who exemplify an ongoing commitment to teaching and learning. Faculty, students and alumni are invited to submit nominations.
Voting for the 2012 Tommie Award will take place Monday through Wednesday, Feb. 13-15.
To participate in Friday’s Demo Day, go to the AARC 20 to 25 minutes before the beginning of the session you are interested in and swipe your St. Thomas ID at the front desk.
Try the new research database SocINDEX with full text, which identifies resources in the field of sociology and related subject areas.
The panel presentation, free and open to the public, will take place on Monday, Feb. 13; registration is not required.
Tannen’s talk is the third at St. Thomas in an annual series intended to promote civil discourse.