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.
Mitch Hinnenkamp, Amanda McNaughton and Bryant Ortega comment on their experiences in various stages of the program; students who will be sophomores for 2012-2013 are invited to apply for a Phillips Scholarship.
A free eight-part seminar series on the process of applying to medical school will start on Friday, Feb. 24.
The annual music major and scholarship auditions give students and their families a chance to learn more about St. Thomas.
Each campus provides unique and flexible spaces with audiovisual services, renowned cuisine and superior service.
To participate in Demo Day, come to the AARC 20 to 25 minutes before the beginning of the session and swipe your St. Thomas ID at the front desk.
EAS is supported by the most popular smart phones.
She will speak about “Becoming the Integrated Lawyer: Practical Tips on How to Find Joy and Purpose in Your Work.” The St. Thomas community is welcome; a free lunch will be provided.
The program, which helps prepare undergrads for doctoral-level studies, is planning a January Term trip to the South next year to study the history of the Civil Rights Movement.
Undergraduate, graduate and graduate business commencement ceremonies will be held Saturday, May 19.
An unidentified male was seen looking into the windows of two Grand Avenue homes Thursday evening.
Hayes, a St. Thomas senior and electrical engineering major, was crowned on Jan. 27
Last year, another St. Thomas grad, Shane Kitzman, won the award.
The nomination deadline is Friday, Feb. 17.
Among the honors for the St. Thomas-based program was a Special Award of Excellence.
The system will be more convenient for students and will allow the library to avoid occasional conflicts in scheduling.
The Center for Intercultural Learning and Community Engagement is still here – in Room 153, Murray-Herrick Campus Center.
The university is prohibited by the IRS from participating or intervening in any political campaign activities on behalf of, or in opposition to, any candidate for public office.